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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 Wiring Harness Installation - 2007 GMC Canyon - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-wiring-install-2007-gmc-canyon.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 wiring harness part number 118301 on a 2007 GMC Canyon. All right, we are underneath the vehicle now, and we have removed the spare tire to gain a little more access. Over here on the drivers side frame rail, we are at the rear end, where the first crossmember meets the frame, you can see the plug-in right here. And that is the plug that we are going to be using to plug our T-harness into. To disconnect the harness, we just want to depress the button here and pull them apart. And then we simply want to take our T-connector and plug it in line. You want to push it in until you hear the click. OK, and you can see here on the harness as well we have a white wire with a ring terminal on the end of it that is going to be our ground wire. I am going to go ahead and take the self-tapping screw that is provided in the installation kit and just screw that on right there. You can also see on the back side of the converter box here we have got double-sided tape. This nice, flat portion of the trailer hitch is where I am going to mount it. And then I am just going to take the 4-pole here and just feed it up and bring it out here at the front of the trailer hitch. And the only thing left to do is to secure any loose wires that you may have, and you may use the cable ties that are provided in the installation kit to do so. OK, and with the wires secured up and out of the way, the installation will be complete. And this concludes the installation of wiring harness part number 118301 on a 2007 GMC Canyon.





Trailer Hitch Installation - 2002 Dodge Dakota - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-Hitch_install_2002_Dodge_Dakota.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 87554 on a 2002 Dodge Dakota. Alright, the first thing we want to do is go ahead and lower the spare tire and remove it and get it out of the way. Looking under the vehicle now, at the frame rails, the attaching points for the hitch are going to be here at the bottom of the frame. This existing hole, as well as this one here. There is a vertical attaching point as well, which is going to be where this bolt is here. So we need to actually remove the nut from the outboard side and pull this piece off. As you can see, there is an extra flange here that kind of holds the bolt in place while you are putting the nut on. If that happens to be pinched in between this particular set of bolts here, you might need to loosen these to allow this to be removed. So you will want to go ahead and remove this bolt and that assembly from both sides of the frame. As you can see I had to loosen these bolts here to get this top bolt out, the flange. You will want to make sure that you re tighten these as soon as you are able to get the top bolt out. Now that we have the bolt removed from the side of the frame, we will go ahead and put the hitch up into position. We are going to use the existing 7/16 bolt and we want to use the flat washer on there. We are going to put the bolt from the outside of the frame inward like so. The hitch flanges are actually going to be on the end board as well. With the vertical bolts now loosely installed on both sides, we are going to go back down to the bottom of the frame here. Then you want to fasten those with the hardened flat washer, lock washer, and nut. Proceeding 1997, your frame may not have the holes already existing in the frame. I believe the 1996 models have 1 hole and the 1995 and older actually have no holes, so both of them are going to need to be drilled. On this 2002 model, both holes are there. So we are going to go ahead and put the carriage bolts and blocks into place, in the top of the frame down through the holes in the hitch. We want to make sure we use the proper block alignment because there are 2 different ones that come with the hitch here. The one with the offset hole needs to go in the front. Now that we have all the bolts in place, we want to go ahead and tighten them down. We want to start with the vertical attachment point up on the side of the frame. We just want to kind of tighten it down, get it good and hand tightened on both sides. Then we want to come back and hand tighten these on both sides of the frame. After we have everything hand tightened down, we will go ahead and torque them down after that. Now that we have all of them hand tightened down, we want to go ahead and torque them down to their specified ratings. With all the bolts torqued down your installation is complete.





Trailer Hitch Installation - 2007 GMC Canyon - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-hitch-install-2007-gmc-canyon.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 part number 87458 from Hidden Hitch on a 2007 GMC Canyon. When installing the trailer hitch, the first thing you want to do is to go ahead and lower the spare tire to get it up and out of the way. Looking over here at the passengers side frame rail, we are going to go ahead and point out the mounting location for the trailer hitch. As you can see here on the side of the frame, we have got two existing bolts that are holding the bumper onto the frame rail. We are going to be taking these two bolts out and putting the hitch up into position, and those provide the two side-mounted attaching points for the trailer hitch. We are going to use this existing hole here at the bottom of the frame. We are going to take the fish wire that is provided in the installation kit. We are going to feed that through the hole and out through the access hole in the side of the frame here. OK, and then we just want to put the fish wire through the block and then wrap the threads of the carriage bolt with the fish wire. And we will just pull that through. With the fasteners in place and the bolts removed, we can go ahead and put the hitch up into position. I do want to note before we start, you can see we have got a close-up here of the carriage bolts that we had put in place. You can see where the crossmember meets the frame here, that there is typically a decent-size weld that makes this a little bit of an offset when the hitch goes up to meet the frame. In order to take that out of there, we want to add some washers. You can add one or two, as needed. But basically you want the bottom of the frame to be even with the crossmember there. OK, now I am going to go ahead and put the hitch up, and I am going to start by hanging it from the carriage bolts. I am just going to loosely install those for the time being, because, again, I do have to add those washers in. OK, and with the carriage bolts loosely installed, we want to go ahead and attach the fasteners to the side of the frame. In these positions, you are going to note that the hitch is very wide, and you have got a lot of space in between the frame and the hitch itself, because we do need to add these large blocks in between the frame and the hitch. To feed our new hardware into position, we want to use the new hex bolts and conical-tooth washer, and I am just going to go ahead and loosely thread those in, just to get it started. OK, and here on the drivers side as well, you can see we have got some interference with the crossmember when I put it up. It looks like on the drivers side here I may only need to use one washer. All right, and with the bolts in place, we can go ahead and snug them up. And with all the bolts snugged down, we can go ahead and torque them down now to their specified torque ratings. You want to check with your directions to verify the appropriate torque rating for each individual bolt. And with all of our bolts torqued down, our installation is complete. You want to make sure you put your spare tire back up if you had removed it. This will conclude the installation of hitch part number 87458 on a 2007 GMC Canyon.





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 Install: CURT 13252 on 2004 Chevrolet Colorado
http://www.curtmfg.com This video depicts the installation of the CURT 13252 class III trailer hitch on a 2004 Chevrolet Colorado. Install Sheet - https://www.curtmfg.com/masterlibrary/13252/installsheet/CM_13252_INS.PDF No Drilling Required Application Coverage: 2009 - 2012 Chevrolet Colorado 2008 - 2012 GMC Canyon 2008 - Isuzu I-280, I-350 Special Notes: ***DO NOT EXCEED VEHICLE MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDED TOWING CAPACITY*** PERIODICALLY CHECK THIS RECEIVER HITCH TO ENSURE THAT ALL FASTENERS ARE TIGHT AND THAT ALL STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS ARE SOUND. *** USE EXISTING VEHICLE HARDWARE *** Warning: -This video is intended to be used as reference. Please refer to print instructions for complete installation information. -Need help or have some questions? Call Technical Support at 800.798.0813 (Monday-Friday 8am-7pm CST)





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Crash Test 2004 - 2009 Chevrolet Colorado / 2004 - 2009 GMC Canyon / 2006 - 2008 Isuzu I-Series (Frontal Impact) IIHS
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Chevrolet Colorado - G-80 Xtreme Edition
Immediately after its counterpart, Chevrolet also presented one interesting stuff to Thai truck industry, even though that's contrasting with energy crisis. The Colorado with G-80 Xtreme Edition package. Limited of course. You won't only get the uniquely G-80 rear differential lock, but also with well-made bullbar, sportsbar that won't block the brakelight, front and side bug guards, and special sticker only for this edition. In fact, I already had seen this edition from Motor Expo 2007. But only minor-advertise along with new model. This GM ad in Thailand also a first one which featured GM Next logo. PLEASE READ THIS: Pickuptrucks.com said that we are selling Chevrolet LUV D-Max. That's all fake. One right-hand-drive LUV has been performed an experimental run with diesel engine in somewhere of US. Maybe Thailand has been sold LUV but that's a story before I was born. We're already also having this Chevy truck as Colorado as US name. Not LUV.





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SOLD: For Sale: 2004 Chevrolet Colorado Z71
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Chevy Colorado In The Tunnel
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Crash Test 2004 - 2009 Chevrolet Colorado / GMC Canyon / Isuzu I-Seires (Frontal Impact) IIHS
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My 2006 Chevy Colorado Z71
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2008 Chevrolet Colorado Video at Marlyand Chevy Dealer
http://www.heritagechevrolet-buick.com The 08 Chevy Colorado truck comes in 2WD or 4WD. There is the option of regular cab, extended cab and crew cab body styles. The choice of a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic transmission control the standard 185hp 2.9-liter engine with variable valve timing. Your new 08 Chevrolet Colorado truck is now available at your Baltimore area Maryland Chevrolet dealer; MileOne Heritage Chevy-Buick in Owings Mills, Maryland. For the best deal on your new Chevy Colorado truck; or to check out our huge selection of new and used Chevrolet and Buick inventory, visit Heritage Chevy-Buick: 11234 Reisterstown Road Owings Mills, MD 21117 Or give us a call to speak to a member of our Chevy/Buick sales team: 1-866-245-9727 *Heritage Chevy-Buick is a certified Chevy dealership serving Maryland (MD). If you live in Owings Mills, Reisterstown, Cockeysville, Westminster or anywhere in the Baltimore area, you are just a short trip away from a brand new Chevrolet. Or to find another MileOne Automotive dealership in your area, visit http://www.mileone.com





Trailer Wiring Install: CURT 55510 on 2004 Chevrolet Colorado
http://www.curtmfg.com This video depicts the installation of the CURT 55510 T-Connector on a 2004 Chevrolet Colorado. Install Sheet: https://www.curtmfg.com/masterlibrary/55510/installsheet/CME_55510_INS.PDF Application Coverage: 2009 - 2012 Chevrolet Colorado 2009 - 2012 GMC Canyon 2008 Isuzu I-280, I-350 Special Notes: All Steps must be followed to ensure correct function of the T-Connector. To verify proper installation once installed, test by connecting a test light or properly wired trailer. Warning: -This video is intended to be used as reference. Please refer to print instructions for complete installation information. -Need help or have some questions? Call Technical Support at 800.798.0813 (Monday-Friday 8am-7pm CST)





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