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U-Ace 3D Kagu Front Floor Liners Review - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today on our 2010 Chevrolet Traverse. We'll be installing the U Ace 3D Kagu custom auto floor liner, with MAXpider grip, part number L1BC00811509. Now to begin our install, we'll first go ahead and remove all the manufacturers format, so we can install the new Kagu Liner. Now to remove the old one, we'll first unlock the hole down, pull it up, and remove it. We'll set aside, as it will not be reinstalled with the Kagu liner, because we'll only use one format at a time. Then as we slide the new liner in place, we'll line up with the hole down, then twist it back to lock it back in place, holding our floor liner in position. Additionally with the lock, it also has the MAXpider fibers that will really grip the carpeting to hold the floor liner in place, from shifting and moving around. Special contouring, it fits all the way around here at the threshold, over the driver's footrest.
3D Kagu Custom Cargo Area Floor Liner w/ MAXpider Grip Review - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today on our 2010 Chevrolet Traverse, we'll be installing the U-Ace 3D Kagu Custom Cargo Area Floor Liner, part number M1CH0191309. This application is also available in gray, part number M1CH80531301, or tan, part number M1CH0531302. To begin our install, we'll first open up the rear hatch. Next we'll take the new cargo liner and set it in place. As you can see, the custom fit fits in nicely. It additionally has the MAXpider fibers that will help grip the carpeting to help hold the liner in place to keep it from moving or shifting around. It's got a raised outer edge all the way around to really help keep that dirt and debris contained in the liner and off the carpeting. The textured finish and a brick-style design will help keep your cargo from shifting or moving around. There you have it for the U-Ace 3D Kagu Custom Auto Floor Liner, part number M1CH0191309, black in color, for your 2010 Chevrolet Traverse. .
Husky Liners WeatherBeater Cargo Liner Review - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today, on our 2010 Chevy Traverse, we'll be installing the Husky Weather Beater Custom Cargo Floor Liner, black in color, part number HL22021. Now, to begin our install, we'll simply open up the rear cargo door, and then put our Husky Liner in place. As you can see, our Husky Liner is designed to work with the third row seating down, for extended cargo coverage. We've got raised outer edges, and special molding to go around the seat belt and post, offering maximum protection going all the from the second row seating to your threshold, keeping that dirt, dust, debris contained on the liner and off the carpeting. Along with the easy care by simply wiping it down with a clean cloth or a wet towel, or hosing it off, maintenance of the floor liner made simple. There you have it for the Husky Weather Beater Custom auto floor liner, part number HL22021, black in color. This application is also available in tan, part number HL21023, or gray, part number HL21022, for your 2010 Chevy Traverse. .
Husky Front Floor Liners Review - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today on our 2010 Chevy Traverse, we'll be installing the Husky Classic Custom Auto Floor Liner, part number HL31011. Now, to begin our install, we're going to start here on the driver's side by removing the old or manufactured floor mat. To do that, we'll simply unlock the hold down. Pull up on the floor mat. We'll just go ahead and pull it out and set it aside, because it will not be reinstalled. These Husky Liners come with a set. One for the driver and one for the passenger's side.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today, on our 2010 Chevy Traverse, we'll be installing the Tekonsha Primus IQ trailer brake controller for 1 to 3 axles, part number TK90160. The additional items we'll be using to complete the brake package hookup will ring terminals, part number 44-5356A. We'll also be using a total of approximately 35 feet of the jacketed 2 wire, in 12 gauge. It's part number 12-2-1. We'll also be using 2 breakers on the installation. We'll be using 1 inline 20 amp breaker, which is part number 9506P, and one 40 amp inline circuit breaker, which is part number 9510. Now, because this vehicle has already had an ETBC 7 started on it, we're just going to need to do a little bit of clean up work. The purple wire will not be used, and we will just take that up out of the way, and we will take part of our duplex wire, which is a white and a black wire, and we will connect the black wire to the black wire here, using a butt connector. We will also go ahead and connect the white wire to the blue wire. Again, we'll go ahead and use a butt connector to make this connection. Now, once we have this connection made, we're going to go ahead and clean up the wiring back here by using some zip ties, and electrical tape. Now, we're going to need to go ahead and route the gray duplex wire to the front of the vehicle. You want to make sure you stay away from any moving parts, areas that are sharp, or may become hot. We're going to need to find a grommet or something to poke into the cab of the vehicle. Now, this grommet, when you go from the inside of the vehicle, is actually to the right side of the gas pedal. Now, when you push the white wire in through the grommet, we'll go ahead then and push the additional white and black wire, but we're going to leave it in the gray sheathing for now. Next, we'll need to fish a second duplex wire, along with the left over black wire from the original duplex wire, into the engine compartment under the hood. Underneath the pedals here, there's a kick panel, or a plastic covering, that will need to be removed. There are 3 push fasteners that will need to be removed in order for this panel to come down. A flat head screwdriver, or a trim panel removal tool, works great to get these out. The first duplex cable that we routed into the cab with the white wire will get wired to our brake controller. Now, for the red wire, we're going to use the factory tow section, and we'll find which wire is only hot when the brake pedal is pressed in. As you can see here, using our test light, we find that the white wire is essentially the brake switch wire.
Thule XB16 Snow Tire Chains Review - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today on our 2010 Chevrolet Traverse, we'll be installing the Thule standard snow tire chains for SUVs. This is part number TH01571255, with tire size P245/70/R17. Now these chains have V-shaped links for excellent traction in snow and ice. Now to install the chain, we'll first lay the chain out on the ground and take out any tangles or knots within the chain. We'll then take the chain by the blue cable and slide it underneath the vehicle behind the tire. We can then grab the two ends of the blue cable and bring them up toward the 12 o'clock position on our tire.
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse - Curt
Today on our 2010 Chevy Traverse, we'll be installing a Curt hitch, part number 13424. this is what our hitch looks like installed on our vehicle. Now we'll give you a few measurements to help you choose some accessories, such as a ball mount, bicycle rack, or cargo carrier. From the top of the opening on the hitch to the ground is approximately 20". From the center of the hitch pin hole to the edge of the rear bumper is approximately 6". Now let's go ahead with the installation.
Husky Rear Floor Liner Review - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today, well be using a 2010 Chevy Traverse to do a test fit of our Husk Liners Classic Auto Floor Liners for the second row in the black color, Part Number HL61021. This liner is also available in tan, Part Number HL61023; as well as gray, Part Number HL61022.Youll start by removing the original floor mats or any other aftermarket mats you may already have installed. If you have the factory floor mats, youll notice that there are three tabs that you will twist before removing the original floor mat. Now, were ready to install our Husky liner. As you all notice, the Husky liner covers the thresholds at the door as well as having nibs that help hold it to the carpet.The liners made of a thermal plastic material that will not crack or break. Theres also channels in the floor liner that allows dirt and debris to be channeled away from your feet.
Roadmaster Base Plate Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today on our 2010 Chevrolet Traverse, we will be installing the Roadmaster EZ base plate kit, part number 523149-1. Now to begin our installation we will need to remove the front bumper cover, to do this we will remove the ten plastic fasteners attaching the radiator cover to the course of port fascia here on the top. Now on each side of the vehicle theres one plastic fastener attaching the weather stripping here at the back for the hood, to the cover, so well need to remove those as well. With that done we can go ahead and set the cover aside for reinstallation later. We will now remove the six 7 mm bolts attaching the radiator core to the course of port; this will loosen up the upper bumper cover. We will now move into our fender wells here where we will need to remove the 7 mm bolt and the two Phillips head screws, these are all located on the inside edge of the fender well.
Roadmaster Tow Bar Wiring Kit Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today on our 2012 Chevrolet Traverse well be installing the Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power diode wiring kit, part number RM-154. To begin our install well remove the long four pole wiring from our packaging. Well then cut the packaging material from the wiring and then cut the end off of one side of our harness. With that done well need to route our wiring harness from the front of the vehicle to the drivers side tail light assembly. Well need to leave the four pole that we left attached to our harness here at the front of the vehicle. Well then route our four pole wiring harness back on the vehicle being careful to stay away from any moving components such as your vehicles suspension or hot components such as the vehicles exhaust.
Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today on our 2010 Chevrolet Traverse, well be installing the glacier cable snow tire chains for light trucks, part number PW3010C. These tire chains are perfect for the occasional use and feature of rugged steel wire covered with case hard and steel rollers retraction. Theyre very easy to install and comply with all DOT specifications. Theyll fit either front or rear of the vehicle. Now today well be installing them on a tire sized 245/70 R17. Youll notice that the cable chains have a tag marking left-hand or right-hand side.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today on this 2010 Chevrolet Traverse we are going to install part number 118450 from Tow Ready. This is their T-One wiring harness and the first steps involved is to open up the back hatch of the vehicle so we can get access to the tail lights themselves. To remove the tail lights we have got to remove these caps right here first off. There will be some bolts underneath to remove so we can take the tail light off. We will take out our screws and this is our connection behind the tail light. Push down on the little button and it should come right apart. 00:43
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Traverse
Today on this 2010 Chevrolet Traverse we are going to install part number 75528 from Draw-Tite. This is also going to apply to Hidden Hitch part number 87435. Our next steps involved is to take this panel that is at the bottom of the bumper in the center and we are going to remove it. All you do is twist the two knobs to unlock it and you can pull it apart. The cover that was right here is going to have to stay off because it was not made for this hitch. Our next step is going to be lower the exhaust. We are going to spray down the rubber hangers with some lubricant and we are going to push them off to the side that way we can lower our exhaust. 00:34
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