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WeatherTech Front Auto Floor Mats Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today our 716 Chevrolet Tahoe, we'll be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Weather Check front auto floor mat, in black, part number WT446071. They're also available in tan, part number WT456071, and in grey, part number WT466071. Our floor mat here has a custom-fit to our vehicle, and it contours perfectly to every curve of our vehicle's floor. Near the middle of our floor mat here we've got channels and grooves that are going to keep a lot of the dirt and debris off of your feet as well as off of your carpet. That mat folds all the way up under your gas and brake pedals to provide maximum protection throughout your whole vehicle's floor board. Our mat also covers a portion of our threshold to prevent a lot of dirt and debris getting inside your vehicle. Designers are simple and easy to clean. Just remove, rinse with soap and water, and then either hang dry or towel dry. Now that we've gone over some features, I'm going to show you how to get this installed. We'll start by removing our factory carpet mat. We'll then grab our new mat and just slide it into place, making sure that it fits all up under our dash.



WeatherTech Cargo Liner Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe we're going to be showing you how to install the WeatherTech Cargo Liner in black part number WT40710. This is also available in tan part number WT41710 and in gray part number WT42710. Our cargo liner features textured bottom which is going to prevent any slipping of your cargo. It also has these channels all along the bottom which will help keep dirt and debris on our liner instead of our floor. Our mat reaches all the way from the back of the second row to the back of our vehicle. This contours to our vehicle and is a custom fit for our Chevy Tahoe. The WeatherTech Cargo Liner is simple and easy to clean.



Husky Liners X-act Contour Front Floor Liners Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe, we'll be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Husky liners exact custom contour front auto floor mats, part number HL53111. Our floor mats here are equipped with these channels in the center that will prevent any dirt and debris from getting on to your feet or on to your vehicle's carpet. We have our textured area here near our gas petal, which is going to prevent your foot from slipping while you're driving. Along with that textured area, our floor mat goes up under our break and gas petal for extra protection underneath your dashboard. Our floor mats are custom contoured to your vehicle and also extend out over the vehicle's threshold. Under our mat here, you can see our stay-put nibs, which is really going to keep that mat in place and prevent it from slipping. This entire kit is quick and easy to clean.



Thule Roof Rack Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're doing a test fit of the Thule Arrow Blade crossbars. The part number for our crossbars today is THARB60. For our podium foot pack here, we're using TH460R and for our fit kit for our Tahoe we're using THKIT4041. Now we already have that front crossbar installed in place, but we're going to show you, explain how we put that foot pack together and show you actually how we put the crossbar on our vehicle. We have this all set up. We have to slide our crossbar off.



Rola Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're doing a test fit of the roller TX-102 hanging-style 2 bike rack. That part number is 59400. We already have our bikes strapped down, we're first going to show you how we secure it in place, and then we'll go over some features of the rack. We have two cradles in place with 3 straps. 2 on our frame, and 1 is our anti-sway strap. We're just going to pull down and lift up to release those, slide our bike off, and set it off to the side. Any time that you remove your bike, I always suggest that you replace the strap so you don't lose or damage them.



Swagman XTC4 Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe we're doing a test fit of the Swagman XTC4 platform style four bike rack. That part number is S64665. Now we already have our bike secured down. First we're going to show you how to secure it in place and we'll go over some features after. On the front and back tire we have our straps. They are going to be rubber straps that just keep our bike tires in place. To remove those, we are just going to pull down and lift up.



Softride Element-Parallelogram Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe we're doing a test fit of the Softride Element Parallelogram Tilting Hanging Style 4-Bike Rack. That part number is SR26248. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're going to go over some features, take a few measurements, and show you how our bike is secured down. The first thing I want to show you is our tilting feature. Since we can do this with our bike on our rack which is a great feature of a hanging style rack, most you can't do that. We're going to come around to the side. Here we've got our black T-pin, and what we're going to do is pull out on our pin.



Saris Thelma Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today I have a 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe. We're doing a test fit of the Saris Thelma 3-platform bike rack. That part number is SA4239B. We already have our bike secured in place, but first we're going to show you how we secure that down and then we'll go over some features of the rack itself. Here at our back tire we have a ratcheting strap. It's going to hold that tire in place and be there just for safety.



Kuat Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe we're doing a test fit of the Kuat Transfer 3 Platform Style bike rack. That part number is TS03G. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're going to over some features, take a few measurements, and show you how our bike is secured down. Now the first feature I want to show you is our tilting feature, because we can do this while our bike is still on our rack. We're going to start by moving our two wheel hooks out of the way up here. You can either use your foot or your hand so you hit our lever there. We're going to be allowed to tilt back away from our vehicle.



Hollywood Racks Trail-Rider Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're doing a test fit of the Hollywood Racks Trail Rider Platform Style 2-Bike Rack. That part number is HR200. We already have our bike secured down. We're first going to go over how we secure it down and then we'll go over some features of the rack itself. At our front and back wheel, we have hooking loop straps that are just there to add some extra safety to your bike, so it doesn't come off of your rack. Here in the center, we have our frame hook. Now this is what's really going to keep our bike down onto our bike rack and secure it in place.



Yakima Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe we're doing a test fit of the Yakima LiteRider Hanging Style Two-Bike Rack. That part number is Y02472. We already have our bike loaded up, but first we're going to show you have we secure it down. Then we'll go over some features. We have two cradles in place with three zip strips. Two on our top and one is our anti-sway. To release those we're just going to push our buttons on either side and we can fully release it or we can just release one side and leave it set in there. Another great thing about this bike rack is that it does come with a wheel strap.



Curt Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe we're doing a test fit of our Curt 20x48 Cargo Carrier. This part number is C18110. Now, this is designed for both inch and a quarter and two inch hitches and has a weight capacity of three hundred pounds. So the first thing we are going to do here is take a few measurements. We're going to start off with our ground clearance. It's going to be about twenty six and a half inches of clearance there. Now that's not only because we have such a high hitch, but we also have a slightly raised shank here which is going to raise that even higher than our vehicle.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today one our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're doing a test fit of the Thule Roadway hanging style 2-bike rack. That part number is TH912XTR. Now, we already have our bike loaded up. We're first going to show you how we do that and then we'll go over some features of the rack itself. We have two cradles in place with three straps, two on our frame and one as our anti-sway strap. We're going to pull down and lift up to release those.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're doing a test fit of the Thule Vertex Swing Away Style and Hanging Style 4-Bike Rack. That part number is TH9031XT. Now, we already have our bike secured down. But first, we're going to go over some features, show you how our bike get secured down and we'll take a few measurements. First feature I want to show you is the swing feature. Now, we're going to start back here in the back and we're going to take our knob here.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're doing a test fit of the Thule Vertex hanging style 4-bike rack. That part number is TH9029X2. Now, we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that and then we'll go over some features of the rack. We have two cradles in place with three straps, two on our frame and one as our anti-sway strap in the back. We're going to pull down and lift up to release those.



Swagman Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe we're doing a test fit of the Swagman Trailhead Hanging Style 4 Bike Rack. That part number is S63380. We already have our bikes secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that and then we'll go over some features of the rack. We have two cradles in place with four straps. Three on our frame and then one as our anti-sway strap.



Pro Series Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're doing a test fit of the Pro Series Q Slot Platform-Style 2 and 4 bike rack. That part number is PS63138. We already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that. At the front and the back tire, we have hook and loop straps that are going to secure our tires in place. To release those, we're just going to pull up and pull out of there.



Kuat NV Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're doing a test fit of the Kuat NV platform style 4 bike rack. That part number is N105-107. We already have our bike secured down. We're first going to go over some features, show you how the bike is secured down, and we'll take some measurements. The first feature I want to show you is our tilting feature, since we can do this while our bike is still attached to our platform rack. What we do is we grab onto our bike rack, come down here to our chrome handle, and we're just going to pull that out. We're going to tilt that bike rack away from our vehicle.



MaxxTow Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're doing a test fit of the MaxxTow 30x50 Wheelchair Carrier. This comes with a 60 inch long ramp and has a weight capacity of 500 pounds. That part number is MT70260. We're going to go over some features, take a few measurements, and go over some more features about this carrier. The first thing I want to show is are the different positions that it can be put in to. We're going to start down here, removing our pins and clips at our braces. We're just going to fold those up a little bit.



Inno Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're doing a test fit of the Inno Tire Hold Platform style 3-Bike Rack, that part number is INH305-306. Now we already have our bike in place. We're going to go over some features, take a few measurements and show you how our bike is secured down. The first thing we want to start with is our tilting feature because we can do this with the bike actually on our rack. We're going to come down here at the end of our bike rack. We're just going to pull down on this lever here and that's going to allow us to tilt back the bike rack away from our vehicle.





Chevrolet Tahoe Questions

  • Typically trailers will carry more of their weight on the front of the trailer, so you would want to put the brakes on the front axle as it will most likely carry more weight while braking. Also, when braking, weight will shift forward from the inertia of the stop, so that would put more weight on the front axle. Click the picture to the right to see a picture that displays how tandem axle trailers typically distribute their cargo weight on their two axles. If you have a trailer...
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  • The first thing you are going to want to do is consult the vehicle owners manual to determine if your 2007 Chevy Tahoe can be flat towed and if there are any specific requirements, restrictions, or recommendations. If your Tahoe is a 1500, you will need to use Blue Ox base plates, # BX1676. These base plates are compatible with the Aventa LX tow bar and safety cables, # BX7445. If you have a different model other than a 1500, use Roadmaster base plates, # 3154-1. In order to...
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  • I checked on how to change the daytime running light bulbs on your 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe. The removal of the headlamp assembly is as follows. 1. Remove the six bolts on top of the grill. 2. Remove the two (7mm) screws, three push pins, and two pop style pins in the wheel well. 3. Pull the wheel well lining towards you and remove the two (10mm) bolts that go upwards into the fender, this will release the bumper mounting bracket. 4. Remove the three (10mm) bolts holding...
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  • If weight carrying capacity is an issue, going with the Rola enclosed cargo carrier, # 59110, if you have a 2 inch receiver, would be the way to go. If you have a 1-1/4 inch Class II trailer hitch receiver, then the correct Rola carrier is # 59108 and it also has a capacity of 150 pounds like the Thule model, # TH665C. If you are choosing between the two models for a 1-1/4 inch hitch, then I would go with the Rola carrier, # 59108, because even though they have the same capacity,...
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  • To wire your trailer for separate turn signals you will need to use the Pollak 7-Pole Trailer Connector, part # PK12706, and the Tow Ready Vehicle to Vehicle Taillight Converter, part # 118158. You will replace the 4-flat on your trailer with the Pollak 7-Way connector. The wiring on your 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe with the 7-way connector will stay as the factory wiring. It will not need to be changed. I am including a picture of the 7-way trailer connector that will show the...
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  • The Thule Force XXL Rooftop Cargo Box, # TH626, will work with round, square, aero, elliptical, and the factory crossbars for the 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe. I have attached a video of the Force XXL being installed on a 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe. Although the roof size should be very similar, the 2015 is the new generation for the Tahoe so I recommend taking a quick measurement to just to make sure that the cargo box will not interfere with opening your hatch. With the front crossbar...
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  • We have 3 options for you to choose from. I will list them below. Strait-Line Weight Distribution w Sway Control, item # RP66130, up to 1500 lbs Tongue Weight Blue Ox SwayPro Weight Distribution System w Sway Control, item # BXW1500, up to 1500 lbs Tongue Weight Reese SC Weight Distribution w Sway Control, item # RP66157, up to 1500 lbs Tongue Weight I would select the option that you chose, Reese SC Weight Distribution w Sway Control, item # RP66157, if your trailer has...
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  • On a 2004 Chevy Tahoe, the right turn signal/brake light fuse for the factory tow package will be labeled RT TRLR ST/TRN. It should be in the instrument panel fuse block located on the driver side in the cab. This is according to a copy of the owners manual I found online. Check your owners manual to be sure. If you change the fuse and it does not help then there are some tests you can do to determine what might be causing the issue. Start by disconnecting the trailer from...
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  • The tow package wiring is located under the dash above where your left knee would be as you were sitting at the wheel. Look for a wiring harness with a white tag on it. GM no longer has a connector, you'd just need to wire the controller directly to the tow package wiring. The red tow package wire supplies 12-volt power, and connects to the black wire on your brake controller. The light blue tow package wire attaches to the red wire on the controller, the dark blue tow package...
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  • Unfortunately, the 1999 Tahoe does not have the port under the dash to plug in the brake controller wiring adapter. You will need to hardwire your controller. We have a how to pagethat you might find helpful, I have linked to it below. There are wires ran from the above the spare tire to the engine compartment for the trailer brakes and the 12v trailer lead. Under the hood, these wires which are usually blue and orange, and are bundled with tape and located below the brake booster....
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  • The Strait-Line Weight Distribution Systems # RP66074 and # RP66088 are very similar. The difference is the type of spring bars that each kit uses. The RP66074 kit uses trunnion style bars. Trunnion bars slide into the weight distribution head from the side or back. They are considered more heavy duty and can handle trailers of greater weight than round bars. The RP66078 kit uses round bars. The round spring bars slide up into the weight distribution head and are held in place...
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  • If your old system was not properly adjusted or was overloaded, it would explain why not enough weight was transferred to the front vehicle axle. Generally speaking, tilting the weight distribution head back toward the trailer will distribute more weight to the front axle of the tow vehicle, as will using fewer links in a chain-hanger type system. Your old system might indeed still be usable, if its capabilities are compatible with the weight of your trailer. Consult the set-up...
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  • None of the manufacturers that we carry have any towing mirror fits for the 2015 Chevy Tahoe. If you need some towing mirrors right away I recommend taking a look at our universal towing mirrors linked to the right. The most popular option is # KS3891. It clips on to a factory mirror that has a lip or gap between the glass and mirror housing. I have linked a video showing an installation for you. Another option, and the most stable, is a door mounted mirror such as # 11650....
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  • Your 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe requires a 40-amp fuse be installed in the power distribution block under the hood. Please refer to the color photos in the linked article. These illustrate the location of the accessory fuse block in the engine compartment on the drivers-side. I have also provided a photo showing the location of the required 40-amp fuse (amber-colored in the photo). Installation of the fuse (and possibly a required wiring connection to the positive power post) will...
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  • Yes, the Hopkins Multi-Tow Trailer Connector # HM47675 and the # HM47570 will both fit the 7-way you have at the rear of your 2016 Chevy Tahoe.
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  • GM did not start equipping their trucks with the plug-in connector until the 1999 model year Silverado/Sierra. In some of the mid to late 1990s models, GM provided what could best be called a rudimentary tow package, with a blue and a red or an orange wire ran from below the master cylinder, under the cab and along the drivers side frame rail to terminate on the frame rail behind the rear wheel. Because of the age of the vehicle, the ends of the wires are usually pretty hard...
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  • To choose a weight distribution system you will need to go by the total tongue weight of the set up. This is calculated by taking the tongue weight of the trailer, when loaded and ready to tow, and adding to that the weight of anything loaded behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. Based on a loaded weight of 5700 pounds (3900 for the trailer plus 1800 pounds of cargo) the tongue weight will likely be 570 to 855 pounds if not higher. Based on that I recommend going with the...
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  • I spoke with my contact at B&W and since the Silencer Pad, # BWTS35020, is a universal product, it will fit differently on each vehicle and some may need to use greater force in order to get the hitch pin holes on the ball mount to line up with those on the hitch. Please keep in mind that the silencer pad installs between the face of the hitch on your 2009 Chevrolet Tahoe and the back of the Tow & Stow. No part of the silencer should be pushed into the hitch receiver opening....
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  • Some hitch manufacturers give us the ability to order their hitch locks with matching key numbers so that if you had several hitch locks but only wanted one key to remember you could order them all keyed alike and only need the one key. If that is what you want you would need to select the keyed alike feature on the MasterLock lock part # 1480DAT that you mentioned. If you don't need them keyed alike then leaving the selection as keyed unique would be fine.
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  • The adapter plug you need will be determined by the type of brake controller you have. If you do not have a controller, I recommend a proportional type brake controller, such as the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 brake controller, part # 90885. It is easy to install and use. To plug this controller into your 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe, you could use the OEM harness that it sounds like you have, or go with an aftermarket adapter, part # 3025-P. If you are using the OEM harness, it would...
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