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Blue Ox Base Plate Installation - 2010 Chevy HHR - etrailer.com

http://www.etrailer.com/tv-blue-ox-base-plate-install-chevy-hhr.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2010 Chevy HHR we are going to install part number BX1692. The first thing we need to do is go ahead and open up the hood and we are going to remove two 7 millimeter bolts from the front fascia near the headlight housings. The next thing we do is go down to the fender well. We are looking at the driver side. And we are going to remove three fasteners, two plastic rivets and another 7 millimeter screw. Alright, now there are two plastic rivets underneath the vehicle that we need to remove also. We are just forward of our front tire and we are looking at the passenger side. We are done with the passenger side. Let us move over to the driver side. This model also has a fog light installed on the bumper fascia as well. So we are going to have to remove this fastener here so we can reach up and disconnect the wiring for those. 1:12


 


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Edge Racing Evolution CTS Performance Chip Review - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-review-edge-evolution-programmer-EP85700.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 we are going to show you how to use an Edge Evolution CTS programmer. Before you start using the Edge Evolution CTS, we strongly recommend that you read through the user guide a couple of times to become familiar with the Evolution and what it can do. In our previous video, we showed you how to install the Edge Evolution CTS. At the end of the video, the programmer requests the activation key. The owner of the truck went on Edges website, registered the unit and acquired the activation key so that we can unlock the Evolution CTS and set it up. Once you have activated the Evolution, you are going to head to the main menu where you are going to start putting some information about your vehicle into the system. We have a Chevrolet Silverado 2500 so we will Chevy. And it is now prompting us to make sure that our key is in the on position. Do not start the motor. Just turn the key until your accessories come on. With our key on, we are verifying that we are indeed in a GM/Chevrolet truck. Select yes. The Evolution is going to go through some processes here of checking the computer and reading some information so it knows how to tune. 1:10





Fifth Wheel Base Rail Kit Installation - 2009 GMC Sierra - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-5th-wheel-install-2009-GMC-Sierra.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2009 GMC Sierra pickup we are going to install part number RP50064-58. To get started, we need to do a few things in preparation. First off what we are going to do is lower the spare tire so we have some working room underneath there. And second, we are going to go ahead and remove the heat shield. Now we are not going to take out the whole thing. We just need to take out a section of it. Cut it right behind the second to last cross member. This one has a round tube that goes across on the frame. So we will cut right in front of that. And then, further up above the muffler here, we are going to make a cut right next to the hat channel for the bed itself. And then, we will go ahead and remove these two bolts right here and lower the whole thing down. Now if you cannot get these bolts loose, you will probably just have to cut on both sides of the hat channel to remove both pieces then. 1:08





Blue Ox Base Plate Installation - 2004 Jeep Liberty - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/p-BX1119.html Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on a 2004 Jeep Liberty we will be installing Blue Ox part number BX1119. For the ease of video tapping, we have gone ahead and raised the vehicle and removed the front tires. This is not a requirement for this procedure but it can make it easier when accessing the inner fender wells. Our first step is going to be to remove our front grill. We will need to remove the four cork spits that go across the top. Alright, now that we have our four screws removed off of the top we can go ahead and remove our front grill. We are going to set that off to the side until we can reinstall it later. Next we are going to remove our wiring connecter here from the front fascia. This will make it easier when we remove our front fascia later on. Simply put a little downward pressure on the tab, push on your connector pin in the back to release and remove your connector. 1:08





Roadmaster Base Plate Installation - 1999 Dodge Durango
http://www.etrailer.com/Tow-Bars/Dodge/Durango/1999/246-6.html?vehicleid=19 991005378 Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 1999 Dodge Durango we are going to install Roadmaster Base Plate part number 246-6. First thing we are going to do is open up the hood. We are going to have to start removing the bumper. Two bolts on top here and here that we have to remove. Next we are going to remove these two bolts that are underneath the bumper brace.





Torklift Central-How To Hookup A Towbar
We show you how to properly hookup your towbar system, brake system, safety cables, baseplates, tow defender, lighting system and much more. Interested? Contact us Torklift Central Welding 315 central ave n, Kent Washington 98032. 253-854-1832. By email support@tlcentral.com





2008 Chevrolet HHR SS Review, Walkaround, Exhaust & Test Drive
Help us grow so we can bring you more videos! Like us on Facebook @ http://www.Facebook.com/2Redline Though the styling may not appeal to most people, the HHR SS proves that a simple engine swap can turn a mediocre car into a surprising one. Those of you looking for a true pocket rocket sport compact should look elsewhere, but buyers who are attracted to the look of this car, should be on the lookout for this special performance model.





Chevrolet HHR RVing FuseSwitch Installation
This video will give the Chevy HHR owner an idea of how to install our RVing FuseSwitchâ„¢ in their vehicle. If you have any questions, please visit our website at www.RV-PartsPlus.com





TOW BAR - How to Make a Tow Bar / Sztywny Hol
In this video i showed how to build, how to connect, and how to tow the vehicle using the tow bar. Na tym filmie pokazałem jak zbudowac, jak podlaczyc, jak wyglada holowanie samochodu.





How to Install Replace Headlight Chevy HHR 06-10 1AAuto.com
http://www.1aauto.com/1A/HeadLights/Chevy/HHR/1ALHP00618 1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace the broken, damaged, cracked, faded, cloudy, or chipped headlights. This video is applicable to the 06, 07, 08, 09, and 10 Chevy HHR models. You do have to remove the front bumper cover to replace the headlight assembly. This may sound difficult but it is not if you know how to do it.





Blue Ox Towing PART2-Towing_Hookup.wmv
http://www.stsrec.com 800-860-1406 Blue Ox Towing PART2-Towing_Hookup





Chevy HHR Video
Chevy HHr Video including pictures of stock, modified and custom cars.





Chevy HHR Battery Replaced
Video on replacing the Chevy HHR battery





RV How To Blue Ox Tow Hitch
This is a quick demo on how to hook up a Blue Ox towing system.





Blue Ox BasePlate Installation
A Do-It-Yourself guideline to the installation of a Blue Ox baseplate





Blue Ox Base Plates Video Review
http://www.hitchsource.com/blue-ox-base-plate.php This video review covers the features and benefits of Blue Ox base plates. Blue Ox baseplates are designed specifically for each vehicle. Base plates are available popular models like the Honda CRV and Jeep Wrangler while also being available for virtually any towed vehicle. Because Blue Ox base plates are designed specifically for each vehicle, they're typically easy to install. The mount to existing frame members and do not require any welding. Each base plate has extensive installation instructions that walk you through the process of installation. Some Blue Ox base plates include removable tabs that help to visually hide the base plate when not in use. Not all vehicles have that option, but many of the later models do. Blue Ox baseplates also have a mounting location for a 6-way electrical connector, making connecting your wiring easy. All late model Blue Ox baseplates also include safety cables that mount between your vehicle's chassis and the baseplate, adding an additional margin of safety. The baseplates also come with grade 5 mounting hardware. -- Transcript -- Hi, I'm Ken of hitchsource.com. Today we're talking about Blue Ox base plates. Blue Ox base plates are designed for each individual vehicle so there are hundreds of different models available. They're much easier to install and each design mounts to existing frame [inaudible 00:22] of the car. A couple of unique features about the Blue Ox base plates - we have tabs for the safety cables now from your coach and we also have tabs that are on the tow bar itself. These are available in two configurations. We've got fixed tabs and removable tabs. These particular ones are removable. And the way the removable ones work you simply pull this open and rotate the bar and it comes out if you're not using it. The nice thing about that it it's also invisible on your vehicle when you're not being towed. To put this on you just push it down, rotate it over, and you click it into place. We also have mounting points for the electrical connector. The nice thing about that is it keeps out of the way and easily convenient in terms of getting the [inaudible 1:06] plugged in. And then as far as installation is concerned it comes with a whole kit of grade 5 hardware. It also comes with an installation instruction manual that takes you through every little detail for your specific vehicle. All the late model base plates also come with safety cables. This actually mounts between your base plate and your vehicle chassis. The advantage of that is if you have some sort of a failure it would keep the base plate attached. And then finally as far as installation is concerned most of our customers do their own installations but we also have customers that do installations with their local mechanic or their body shop and so it's just a really great way to save some money and get a great tow bar system installed in your vehicle. So if you have any questions about these base plates, which one's the right one for you or which tow bar and accessories you need for this go ahead and give us a call at (877) 464-4824 and we'll be happy to get you into the right products. So thanks for your time, that's Blue Ox base plates.





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