Today on this 2008 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup we are going to be installing the Pollak Twist-in 7-pole connector part number PK11916. We are at the rear bumper of the Chevrolet Pickup and we are going to locate our mounting location for our 7-pole plug. If you look just to the left of your license plate holder. You have got an existing knock out plug that is basically just a holder for the position that we are going to be putting our 7-pole into. To release this there is a little tab on the outboard side. Just take a flat bladed screw driver or something you can get in there to press that tab in a little bit. Twist the knock-out counter clockwise 45 degrees and pull the knock out away from the vehicle. In doing so you can see on the back side we have got a plug in. 00:46
This is the plug-in that we are going to be plugging our 7-pole harness into. On the top side we have got a release button. We just want to press that and pull the two pieces apart. Next we will take our new 7-pole connector and we will plug the two pieces together. Make sure you press it in until you hear it click. We will simply slide it back into position at about a 45 degree angle. Rotate it up into position until it snaps and you will see the release pin is locked into place. That is all there is to the installation. That will conclude the installation of part number PK11916 on a 2008 Chevrolet Silverado Pickup.
All right. Today, on this 2011 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to install Part Number PK11916. Now, our truck has a cap for the wiring harness, but doesn't have a plug in it all ready. So first step, we're going to go ahead and remove the cap. Looking at the cap in the bumper, we'll push down on a small tab on the left hand side. We'll use a screw driver to help push it out then we'll twist the cap.
Today on this 2013 Chevrolet Silverado were going to install part number PK11893-11932. Our first step is to go ahead and install the wires to the socket that will eventually go into the back of the seven pole connector. Well go ahead and install the wires as follows according to the instructions. Our wires just push into place and the individual sockets are labeled, so number one will get the red wire, number two will get the white wire, number three will get the blue wire, and four will get the green wire. Were going to skip to number seven, the yellow wire, and put that in the number seven socket, that way well have room. Five will have the black wire and socket six will have the brown wire.
Today, on our 2012 Chevy Silverado well install the Pollak Twist-In 7 pole connector, part number pk11916. First, before we can install the connector well need to remove the manufactures wiring from the back of the blank connector. To remove the wiring well first need to pull back on the locking tab lock. Then, press on the locking tab and remove the wiring connector from the blank connector. Now, with the wiring removed go to t he outside of the bumper, press on the blank connector lock and then twist it and pull it out of its position. Next, well take the new Pollak 7 pole connector and install it into the bumper in reverse order of removing our blank connector.
Today on our 2004 Chevrolet Silverado, were going to install part number HM40975 from Hopkins. Well start off our install by installing the bracket onto the bumper of the truck. We can provide a hardware to attach it. Then well go ahead and take the factory wire harness on the vehicle and plug it into the back side of the connector. Once everything is plugged together, well take the connector and snap it into the bracket, and then were finished. And there you have for our part number HM40975 from Hopkins..
Alright, today on a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado 3500, were going to install part number 51-97-410. First thing to do is find a location in the bed to drill out for a triple connector. Were going to drill out in this location right here (drilling). Alright now, well take a wire, run it through the hole and out through the bottom of the truck (drilling). Next well disconnect the natural connector 4-7 pole that's inside the bumper. There's a little locking tab, that removes, the gray one that's kind of hidden so you're going to take some time taking it apart.