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Trailer Hitch Installation - 2008 Chevrolet Colorado - etrailer.com

http://www.etrailer.com/tv-hitch_install_2008_Chevy_Colorado.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install hitch part number 82641 on a 2008 Chevy Colorado, and this hitch also fits models from 2004 through 2007, as well as 2004 through 2008 GMC Canyon. On the side of the frame we need to remove this rear-most bolt that attaches the bumper and bracket to the frame. And on the bottom, on pre-2008 models there are actually going to be two logistic holes here. On this 2008 model, there is actually a weld nut with a bolt into here, which we are actually going to take out, and we will be using this hole as well. We need to do that on both sides of the frame. Okay, with the bolts removed out of the frame, we want to go ahead and put the carriage bolt and block into the frame. And I am going to go through this hole here. And we actually want to use the fish wire that they provided. We want to feed it through the hole at the bottom of the frame and then run it out through the side access hole. Then we want to put the block on and then wrap the threads of the bolt with the bolt leader here. This allows us to pull the bolt and the block through the frame. And for pre-2008 models that have the secondary hole here, we want to do the same thing as well. But we want to make sure that the blocks do not overlap inside the framework, and we need to do this on both sides of the frame. I do want to make mention here that, again, on models before 2008 where you have both holes and not the weld nut, the block alignment is critical. Okay, with the hitch loosely installed here on the frame, I am going to go ahead and put the existing fastener that we took out earlier back into the frame. Then we are going to go over here to the side of the frame and install the fastener here. We want to make sure we put the 1/2 inch block in between the hitch and the frame. And we want to use the 14-mm hardware that they provided in the installation kit. Now we want to attach all fasteners on both sides. Now that we have got all the fasteners loosely installed, the next step is to tighten them down and then torque them to their specifications. The 1/2 inch fasteners here at the base of the frame are going to be torqued to 75 foot-pounds and the 14-mm fastener on the side of the frame gets torqued to 85 foot-pounds. And now that we have got all the bolts torqued down, the installation is complete. This concludes the installation of hitch part number 82641 on a 2008 Chevy Colorado.


 


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Trailer Hitch Installation - 1997 Dodge Grand Caravan - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-Hitch_install_1997_Dodge_Caravan.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to be installing hitch part number 87717 on a 1997 Dodge Grand Caravan. We are underneath the vehicle now and I am going to go ahead and point out the attaching points that we are going to use for the hitch. As you can see there are 2 existing bolts in the bottom of the frame as well as a center hole here as well. The hitch is going to utilize this bolt here, as well as this hole here. On 2001 and newer models, we have a hole that is going to be existing here as well that the hitch is going to utilize. On this particular model, they do not have the hole already in the frame so we are going to have to go ahead and drill that out. So the first step is going to be to go ahead and take out this bolt on both sides of the frame. And then I will run it back in. It basically cleans the threads out themselves. A quick footnote, when removing this bolt if you have an older model vehicle that has seen a few winters there is a good chance that there is corrosion built up on the top side of that bolt. So you want to go ahead, if you are having trouble getting the bolt out do not force it. Get it out as far as you can. You can can, try to spray some WD40 through this access hole onto the top of the bolt to give it some lubricant there to help it get out. Otherwise, if you force it too much you could snap the weld nut inside the frame. Now that we have the 2 rear bolts removed from the frame, we want to go ahead and put the hitch back up into position so we know where to mark the holes. We want to re use the bolts that we just took out of the frame. Then I am going to go ahead and hand tighten those up and then we are going to drill out the holes in the rear now. Alight, we have the hitch up into position now and we are going to go ahead and drill out the forward most holes. Again on 2001 and newer models this hole is existing so you can go ahead and skip this step in the procedure. I am going to start by drilling a 1/4 inch pilot hole and then we are going to enlarge that to a 1/2 inch. Now that we have that hole drilled in the forward most location, we want to go ahead and fish the bolts through the frame to mount in these locations. The carriage bolt and block are going to go in both locations on both sides. We are going to use this bolt leader here, to fish them through the frame to get them into position. And what we want to do here is take the bolt leader, run it through the access hole and we are going to fish it to the end of the frame back behind the bumper. It is kind of hard to see hear but if you feel up into the frame here there is a hole here. It will actually feed through and out. You can kind of see that there. The bolt leader is coming out now and, with that in position, we want to put the block on first over the bolt leader. We want to be careful that we do not pull it through too much or this comes out of position.





Trailer Hitch Installation - 2006 Chevrolet Uplander - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-hitch-install-chevrolet-uplander.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 13344 on our Chevrolet Uplander. All right, the first thing we need to do is go ahead and lower the Exhaust and temporarily remove this body bracket here. At this point we can go ahead and hang the hitch on the vehicle and snug it down to the frame because we have to use the hitch as a template to drill the rest of the holes in the frame. All right, with the hitch in place we will go ahead and drill a pilot hole, and the other holes we have to drill out in the frame will be right here. We will do one on each side toward the rear of the vehicle. And on some models you do not have to drill out back here, but on this model we actually have a hole that lines up with the body mount - no, the body bracket - so we will just go ahead and use that one. The next thing we do is install a handle nut that goes into the side of the frame here. We will bring it to the direction we need to match it to the hole right here. And repeat for the other side. Next we will reinstall our body bracket, going through the hitch to the existing well button in the frame. And now we will take these two bolts out and reinstall the Exhaust bracket. All right, at this point we can go ahead and snug down all the bolts and then make sure the hitch is where we want it. You might have a little bit of movement left to right. And then we will go ahead and torque down the bolts. Now we give the bolts their final torque. All right, that covers install of part number 13344 from Curt.





Trailer Hitch Installation - 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-Hitch-Installation-Hundai-santa-fe.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Alright, today we are going to install part number 75471 from Draw-Tite and we will be installing this on a 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe. This also applies to hidden hitch number 87414. It is a relatively easy hitch to install. It attaches at 2 points right here, at these 2 threaded holes inside the frame. They are going to be identical on both sides of the vehicle. So first thing we will want to do, even though this is a new vehicle, is take some time out to run the bolts in and out just to make sure that you do not have any dust or road grime in there. The next step is we can go ahead and lift the hitch up into position. It is kind of heavy and you have to work around the Exhaust. Also you have to put a plate and a lock washer with the bolt as you put it in there. What might be easier, and what we will do, is go ahead and put the bolts by themselves in, just one of the bolts in each side. Then go back to the remaining holes and thread in the plates and washers and we will go back and fix the ones we originally put in in the first place. It is kind of heavy and awkward so it is good to have a extra set of hands. Alright now we will install the hardware, the plate, the lock washer, and then the bolt. Ok, and then we will go ahead and just replace the hardware in the back. Just go ahead and repeat it for the other side. Once you have it the way you want it, go ahead and snug the bolts down to keep it in place. At this point we can go ahead and give the bolts their final torque. As before, you can repeat on the other side. There you have it for part number 75471 on our 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe.





Trailer Hitch Wiring Chevy Uplander - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-wiring_install_chevy_uplander_2006.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. First we'll open up the rear door and start disassembling the tail lights and take them off the body. We'll go ahead and take off one of the tail lights here. There's two torque bolts that need to be taken out and light pops off from the housing. Okay the lights are off so now it's time to start installing the wire. What we'll do is push the four pole through the cavity between the bumper and the body and out the bottom plus the end for the passenger's side too. We'll leave the end for the driver's side tail light up in the air, we'll make the connections with the harness and the tail light. With the driver's side tail light re-installed, pull out all your slack on your line here, what we'll do next is thread it through behind these bumper brackets. We'll go across all four of them, what we'll do is take some extra zip ties and tie it to that so they won't be dangling and in the way. Now that we've gotten to the other side of the vehicle, we'll take our T-1 connector passenger side end and push it up the pocket and pull it out the other side. Now we'll pull the harness out of the cavity and go ahead and make our connections. While we're at it we'll take up a little bit of slack by using the zip tie to tie the wire to itself. While we're her we'll install our ground wire. Now we re-install our passenger light. One of the few remaining steps is to zip tie the wires to the back side of the bumper there, we'll take up slack as we go along, and we'll bind up the rest of the wire harness and mount it to the hitch. Next before we mount our four pole, we can just simply zip tie it to the hitch right here, but there's also a bracket available. What it does is it just simply mounts up to this bracket on the hitch and the four pole will just pop in like so held in by friction. You can mount it either this way like I have it now, but in this case we're going to flip it over make it nicer looking, a little sleeker and not hanging down. We'll go ahead and install it that way. Okay if you notice we left the wire harness zip tied back here just in case, sometimes you might have a trailer where the harness might not be long enough on its end so we have little extra built in if needed. That pretty much does it for the install of the T-1 connector, as you can see the four pole is tucked up underneath the bumper there of the van right next to the hitch it all looks very nice and it's ready to rock and roll.





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Super-Overloaded Pickup Truck in Thailand
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