Today on our 2009 GMC Yukon, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the TekonshaProdigy P3 trailer brake controller. This is proportional, good for one up to four axles. Part number is 90195. Here you can see fully operational. We've got our power settings here, so we can go from fourteen and it's adjustable by the tenth of digit all the way down to zero. We can really fine tune this for drivers, driving conditions or road surfaces. We're also going to have our warning that you see here.
Male: Today on our 2009 GMC Yukon we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Tekonsha Primus IQ Trailer Brake Controller. This is a proportional controller that works from 1 up to 3 axles. It's part number is TK90160. Here's what the Primus IQ is ultimately going to look like once we get it installed. If you can see, we've got a single red dot right here. That indicates that we've got power to the unit. If we go ahead and hook up the trailer what we're hoping to see is this switch and show a small "c". With the "c" being displayed that means that the brake controller does recognize our trailer.
Today on our 2009 GMC Yukon, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Tekonsha Prodigy P2. This is a proportional trailer brake controller good for one up to four axles. Part number is 90885. Now when we plug in our controller, we want to see the lights come on indicating that we've got power. We can run through our functions here. As you can see, we've got an n.c.
Today on our 2009 GMC Yukon, we're going to show you haw to install the Derale series 8000 class four efficient plate fin transmission cooler kit with barb inlets, part number is D13504. At the beginning of our installation we're going to get this front bumper fascia area taken off. We've got one, two, three, four, five, and six bolts we'll take out. These require a ten millimeter socket. Now that we've got that loosened up we'll head around to the fender wells. In each fender we're going to have a seven millimeter bolt here at the top and here at the bottom. Then we've got a couple of push pin fasteners that we'll also have to take out. These take a seven millimeter socket.
Today a 2103 GMC Yukon. We're going to shoe you the WeatherTech Cargo Liner in black. Part # WT40306. This is what it looks like when it's in place. You see it covers up all the carpeting or floor covering on the bottom here. It has a small raised edge that goes all the way around.
Today on this 2013 GMC Yukon we're going to show you HuskyLiners WeatherBeater custom auto floor liners for front and rear seats, part number HL98253. All right, let's go ahead and check out the fit of a floor liner on the driver's side first. You can it covers a lot of the floor. It actually covers up from the edge of the threshold, covers the gap, and goes all the way across to the other side towards the center console here. It covers up all the contour right in front of the seat and also covers up all the material behind the pedals as well. We'll go ahead and cover texture here.
Today in this 2013 GMC Yukon, we're going to show you Husky liners classic custom floor liners in gray, Part Number: HL31412. This is also available as black, Part Number: HL31411; and as tan, Part Number: HL31413. We're going to have laying in place in our vehicle, and we'll go ahead and cover it to fit real fast. Now we're looking at the passenger side here. And we see it has, overall, it covers from the edge of the rails of the front seat all the way up towards the front underneath the dash. And it goes about, at least, three quarters of the way up. It has an edge that covers up the gap between your carpet and your threshold.
Today, on this 2013 GMC Yukon, we're going to show you the Weather Tech Front Auto Floor Mat . part number WT440661. This is the passenger side floor liner. We have it laying in place here. You can see it covers from the front seat of rails all the way up towards the front. It covers about three quarters of the carpet going up towards the bottom of the dash.
Today under this 2013 GMC Yukon, we're going to show you the the Hopkins InSIGHT Flux-Mount Trailer Brake Controller, part number HM47297. All right, this is what the brake controller looks like when it's installed in a typical application here. Actually with this brake controller you can mount it in a variety of different ways. In fact it has 3 different . Gets mounted in 3 different places if you want. We got our hand control right here.
Today on this 2013 GMC Yukon what we're going to show you is the Tekonsha P2 Brake Controller, part number 90885. This is what the brake controller looks like once installed in a typical location. Now, a location can be anywhere on the vehicle as long as our the brake controller is in a straight line and doesn't have much twist to it. We can rotate this in a 360 degree range of motion. Right now if we look at our display we have a C for connection, a little dot here, shows that we have power going through the brake controller. A second dot here shows our boost setting. A boost setting is controlled by this button right here, boost 1, boost 2, boost 3, and no boost at all.
Today a 2013 GMC Yukon. We're going to show a Tekonsha Prodigy P3 trailer brake controller, part number 90195. This is what a brake control looks like installed in a typical location. We'll go ahead and cover some of the features. First off, it comes with all the brackets needed to install. We have our two-piece bracket here and here and plus, our brake control is easily removed from that bracket. Simply unsnaps and if you want, disconnect right here by pulling up on this tab and then you can have it out of the way and trade it between vehicles if you like. Put this guy back up into place.
Today is a 2013 GMC Yukon. We're going to show you K Source clip-on towing mirror, part number KS3891. Now we'll go ahead and take a look here. We're backed up to our camping trailer and we can see there's a factory mirror here, which is a standard location set by the driver. You can see part of our trailer as well but not all of it. If we take a look over here we can see most of our trailer and plus a little bit around it as well, which will help us going down the road. We got ours already installed on the passenger side.
Today we're going to take a look at and show you how to install, the original custom towing mirrors. These are a slide on style sold as a pair from Longview, part number is CTM1600. Here you'll see our view of our factor mirror. It works out great until we get out here to the outer region. This is where our towing mirror's going to take over and help to extend our view out here, where we can really see what's going on with our trailer. These Longview towing mirrors do a great job of making trailering a little bit easier. They're going to extend our field of view allowing us to change lanes, park, navigate around town just a little bit easier.
Today, on this 2007 GMC Yukon, we will be reviewing the Husky liners exact contour custom auto floor liner for a second row in the black color, part number HL53201. We will first start off by taking out our previously installed mats. Now we will go ahead and place our Husky liner into the vehicle and into position. The Husky liner has nibs underneath the portion of the mat to help grip the carpet and to keep it from moving around. As you can see, they are contoured to the vehicle floor and even matching around the seat posts. The Husky liner is easy to clean and as you can see it is easy to install. When you clean the floor liners just hose them off, apply some soap and water to it, rinse them and allow them to dry. That will do it for a look of Husky liners exact custom auto floor liners for a second row in the black color, part number HL53201 on our 2007 GMC Yukon.
Today, on this 2007 GMC Yukon, we'll be installing and looking at the Husky Liners X-act Contour custom auto floor liners for front in the black color, part number HL53101. First off, we'll go ahead and remove the previous mat over here on the driver's side and place our Husky liner into place. You'll notice the liner has patented nibs on the underside of the liner which helps keep the liner from moving about in the cabin of the vehicle. As you can see, it is contoured to the vehicle's floor. It gives a great coverage underneath the pedals and has great design on the top of the floor liner that in turn channels dirt and debris away from the vehicle's carpeted area. We'll go ahead and move to the passenger side and remove the preexisting mat there as well replacing it with our new Husky liner. You'll find many of the same features on the passenger mat. Great coverage as you can see how it reaches up underneath the dash as well and superb contouring to the floor also. These mats are also easy to clean and maintain.
Today, in this 2007 GMC Yukon, we'll be installing and taking a look at the custom truck floor liners for the front, in the black color, Part Number FM-309. We'll go ahead and remove any liner that's currently installed in the vehicle. We'll go ahead and install our Bully floor liners. You'll notice that the floor liner is contoured to the vehicle floor. The raised edges help keep dirt on the liner and off the carpet. There's a gripping heel pad here, to help with any wet situations that may come your way. As you can see, it goes up here underneath the gas pedal and brake pedals, as well.
Today our 2010 GMC Yukon, we'll be installing the Pollak Backup Alarm, part number PK41820. To begin our install, we'll first open up the rear hatch. Next, we'll remove the fasteners securing the rear taillight assembly here on the driver's side, then we'll pop the taillight assembly out of it's position. Now the rear taillight assembly will need to connect to the reverse lights. It will be the bottom socket of the three. The green wire will connect to the reverse light circuit.
Today on our 2010 GMC Yukon, we'll be installing the Pilot Ball Mount Light for 2 inch hitches. Part Number CR-607, here's what the Pilot Ball Mount Light will look like once installed. Let's go over the operation of the Ball Mount Light. We'll go ahead and go over the operating switch. This is a 3-way switch, when pressed towards the driver's side, will be mode 1, for reverse light. This is in reverse, without the Ball Mount Light.
Today on our 2010 GMC Yukon we'll be installing the CIPA Custom Towing Mirrors, part number CM10900. This is a set of mirrors for both the driver and passenger's side. Quick note, the CIPA Custom Towing Mirrors can also be purchased separately, for the driver's side or left side, it would be part number 10901. For the passenger's side or right side, it would be part number 10902. Here's what our mirror will look like once installed. The sleek and stylish design will fit tight around the manufacturer's mirror and really hold it in place to prevent vibration and movement at highway speeds.
Today on our 2007 GMC Yukon we'll be installing part number KS80900. This is a K-Source Custom Towing Mirrors. They are a snap-on for both the driver and passenger side. This is going to be a very easy install. We're going to take our driver's side mirror here and place the top hooks around the top of our car's factory mirror. We'll go ahead and pull it down and around and snap it to the bottom.
Today on our 2010 GMC Yukon, we are going to be test fitting the Surco 24x60 Cargo Carrier for 2 inch hitches, part number 52018. We'll begin our test fit by inserting the shank into the hitch on our vehicle. You want to watch for the hitch pin holes to line up. With those in line, we'll take our hitch pin, we are using today part number PC3 as this carrier does not come with one and we'll slide it through the holes. We then want to attach the clip to the other side. As you can see the closest point of contact is going to be the rail to the bumper, that measures about 3 1/4 inches.
Today on our 2013 GMC Yukon, we'll be test fitting the Thule Apex Swing 4 Bike Carrier for 2-inch hitches, part number TH9027. To begin our test fit, we'll slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch. Line up our pin hole and allow our attached pin to fall into place. We'll move to the rear of the shank and tighten the hand knob to secure our bike rack to our vehicle and engage our anti-rattle device. Now, we'll go over some clearance measurements. We have about 22 inches of ground clearance.
Today on our 2013 GMC Yukon, we'll be test fitting the Thule Apex 4 Bike Carrier for 1-1/2 inch and 2-inch hitches, part number TH9025. To begin our test fit, we'll slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch. Line up the pin hole and allow our attached pin to fall into place. We'll tighten the hand knob here at the rear of the shank to secure our bike racks to our vehicle and engage our anti-rattle device Now, we'll go ahead and go over some clearance measurements. We have about 23 inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the carrier to the rear of the vehicle is here with the hand knob about 1-1/2 away.
Today on our 2013 GMC Yukon well be test fitting the Yakima Frontloader wheel-mounted bike carrier, part number y02103. To begin our test fit well place our carrier directly onto our crossbars. Well fit the front clamp around our front bar and use the t-knob here at the front of the carrier to tighten it into position. Well bring our rear clamp around our rear bar, feed the t-bolt through the appropriate slot, and tighten it down. Now we can go ahead and open our wheel cradle at the front and undo our rear wheel strap. Well grab our bike, place it onto the carrier, bring our wheel cradle up to secure our front wheel, and use the red hand knob to tighten it in place.
Today on our 2013 GMC Yukon, we'll be test fitting the Yakima ForkLift roof-mounted bike carrier, part number Y02098. To begin our test fit, we'll place our carrier onto our crossbars. We'll fit our front clamp around our front crossbar. We'll feed our T bolt through the slot, and then use the hand knob at the top to tighten it down. Now we'll move to the rear, fit our rear bracket around our rear bar, place the T bolt through the appropriate slot, and then tighten down the T bolt. With the front and the rear of our carrier secured, we're now ready to load our bike.
Today on our 2013 GMC Yukon well be test fitting the Yakima FatCat 6 locking rooftop ski and snowboard carrier with a six ski or four board capacity, part number Y03088. To begin our test fit well place the front half of our carrier onto the front bar. Well bring the rubber coated straps around the crossbar fitting them back into the foot of the carrier. Well use the clamping lever on the strap to secure it in place. Once we have it fit back into the foot of the carrier well go ahead and clamp down the lever thats on the end of the strap. Well do this for both sides of the carrier.
Today on our 2013 GMC Yukon well be test fitting the Thule SUP Taxi stand up paddleboard carrier with a two board capacity, part number TH810. Well begin by placing the front half of our carrier onto our front crossbar. Well bring the rubber coated straps around the crossbar fitting them back into the foot and using the hand knob to tighten it down. Well do this for both sides of the carrier. Now well grab the second half of our carrier and place it onto our rear bar. Well bring the rubber coated straps around fitting them back into the foot, and then using the hand knobs to tighten them down.
Today on our 2013 GMC Yukon well be test fitting the Thule Sonic XXL rooftop cargo box measuring 22 cubic feet in metallic silver, part number TH636S. With the factory roof rack system installed on our vehicle well begin our test fit by placing the Thule Sonic directly onto our crossbars. As we put the box on our crossbars well adjust the feet as necessary to fit around each crossbar. With the box situated the way we prefer we can open one side of the box and on the inside well see some hand knobs that we can tighten to tighten our feet around the crossbar. One of the great features of this box is its ability to open from both sides of the vehicle. Now well move to the other side, open the box, and tighten the two remaining clamps.
Today on our 2013 GMC Yukon well be test fitting the Thule Sonic Medium rooftop cargo box measuring 13 cubic feet in glossy black, part number TH634B. With the factory roof rack system installed on our vehicle well begin our test fit by placing our Thule Sonic directly onto our crossbars. With the feet hanging out of the bottom of the box we can adjust as necessary as we place it onto our Yukon to fit around our crossbars. On the inside well see some hand knobs attached to our clamps so we can tighten down. One of the neat features of this box is that the hand knobs will start clicking when the clamps are tight. Another neat feature of the box is its ability to open from both sides.
Today on our 2013 GMC Yukon, we'll be test fitting the Thule Pulse Alpine rooftop cargo box, measuring 11 cubic feet, in matte black, part number TH613. With the factory roof rack system installed onto our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by placing our Alpine rooftop cargo box directly onto our roof rack. Please keep in mind that only one side of this box opens, so we'll place it closer to the passenger side of our vehicle. Once we have it situated, we can go ahead and open this side of the box and feed our clamps through the appropriate slots to fit our crossbars. We'll make our way around and tighten each hand knob. With all the hand knobs tight, our box is secured to our roof rack, and we're ready to go.