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Installation of a Trailer Hitch on a 2012 Chevrolet Express Van - etrailer.com

http://www.etrailer.com/hitch-2012_Chevrolet_Express+Van.htm Today on this 2012 Chevrolet Express Van were going to install part number 45007. This is what the hitch looks like when its installed on the vehicle. Next well go ahead and give you some measurements to help you out when selecting accessories such as the ball mount. From top of receiver opening down to the ground is going to be 18 inches and from the center of the hitch pin hole to the edge of the bumper will be three and a quarter inches. Now Ill go ahead and show you how the hitch is installed. To start off our install well go ahead and install the hardware that goes into the frame of the van. Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.


 


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Installation of a Trailer Hitch on a 2011 Chevrolet HHR - etrailer.com
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Installation of a Trailer Wiring Harness on a 2008 Dodge Nitro - etrailer.com
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Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 Chevy Express Van - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-install-wiring-2010-chevy-express-van.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. on this 2010 Chevy Express Van we are going to install wiring kit part number 31345 from Hopkins. First we need to access the rear of the vehicle and locate the manufacturer plugs for the rear tail lights. We are going to disconnect the two, there is a push tab to press and pull the connection out of the bottom. We are going to plug our new connector in line with these two. :26





Draw-Tite Weight Distribution Installation - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-install_weight_distribution_kit_draw_tite_7903.a spx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. This part is good for 1200 pounds tongue weight and 12000 pounds trailer weight. Before we start we need to take care of a few preliminary steps, first it's good to get the trailer in line at a nice level spot then take it apart and get some measurements off of it and we'll show you what measurements you need. The first measurements we need are on the truck itself. We're going to measure from the top of the wheel well down to the ground. The reason for these measurements is to make sure we get the truck back to its original height or as close as possible. Finally we need the coupler height with the trailer level on the ground. Just to make sure we need to measure from the ground to the top of the wheel well. On the front wheel we have 39-1/2 inches, and at the rear axle we have 41-1/2inches. from the ground to the top of the coupler we have about 23 inches. Go ahead and write those measurements down on the blanks of your instruction sheet for reference later on. To start off the assembly we need to put the shank into the truck and put our head assembly on the back, loosely, and attach our ball. When installing our shank here, we're going to do a quick estimate where it's going to lay at, chances are we're going to have to adjust it up or down. For now we're just going to hold it in place. We're also at this point going to install our adjustment washers, we'll start off with six washers and we can always adjust it from there. Next we'll install the ball on here and to make it easier we will turn this sideways. We'll install our 2-5/16 ball, which is part number 19286. Next we're going to install the chains on our spring bars and we do that by putting the chain up to the spring bar, inserting a u-bolt and putting some nuts on to hold it in place. When you tighten these down, you run the threads past the nut is all it takes. You just have to make sure this has plenty of movement. Now repeat for the other side. Next we're going to couple up the truck and the trailer. We did leave the head assembly loose, which we'll tighten down as one of the last things we do. Next we install our spring bars and start getting those adjusted up. Before we install our lift lock brackets, we insert the tightening bolts that go in here. Sometimes the paint gets a little thick in there, so you might have to use a wrench to run them through. Really all this bolt does is hold everything in place. Optionally you can use these two bolt holes to permanently attach these to your trailer if you want, but it's not a have to deal. Now we need to position the lift lock brackets. You need to pull the spring bar up some you won't get too far, but pull chain as vertical as you can. Align the bracket with the center of the chain. At this point we can tighten the bracket down to the frame. Now we'll repeat for the other side. It looks like there's some cables in the way so we'll undo this to make room for it. Once we have the cables out of the way we can install our bracket. Now we can make the springbar chain connection. With the lift unit in the raised position, we'll pull on the chain and note which link is closest to the hook. We'll note which one it is and go down two links and use that one for the hook up. Now we'll jack up the trailer on the ball pulling up the truck at the same time to take tension off and making it easier to hook up the chains. Now repeat for the other side. One thing to make note of is to make sure you have five links minimum. That way you have plenty of room for the chain to move in between turns. Next we insert our safety clips, then we'll lower the jack and let it carry the weight. We'll adjust the hook up if necessary, we need to check and make sure the ride height hasn't changed that much. We need to check the opening at the fronts original uncoupled dimension and compare it to what we have now. 39-1/2 inches is the original dimension, and we have 39-1/2 still. The rear should be slightly lower, originally it was 41-1/4 and I have 39-3/4. About a half an inch which is acceptable. It looks like we've chosen the right weight distribution, now we'll tighten down the bolts on the head assembly. With our head bolts tightened down and our head screw tightened down, all in all we're ready to tow. If the measurements didn't come out right, one thing we'd have to do is remove some of the washers on the top or add some to achieve the proper tension we need. That covers it for part number 7903 the Draw-Tite weight distribution assembly for our 1200 pounds tongue weight and 12000 pounds trailer weight.





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