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Best 2010 GMC Terrain Trailer Wiring Options
Today, in our 2010 GMC Terrain, we'll be looking at our best trailer wiring options. We have three options here, today. These are for GMC Terrains that do not have a tow package wiring harness on them, from the factory. To the right, we have the Curt T connector vehicle wiring harness, part number 56094. In the middle, we have the Tekonsha T1 vehicle wiring harness, part number 118494. Finally, off here, to the left, we have the Hopkins Plug-In-Simple! vehicle wiring harness, part number HM11141275. Of the three wiring harnesses we have here, our Curt and our Hopkins are very similar. They are simple plug-and-play.
Best 2010 GMC Terrain Hitch Options
Today on our 2010 GMC Terrain, we'll be looking at the most popular hitch options. We have a CURT Class 3, part number 13591, in the middle here, we have a CURT Class 2, part number C12291. Finally on the bottom here, we have a Draw-Tite Class 3, part number 76028. The Class 2 here in the middle is different than our other 2 hitches in the regards that it only has an inch and a quarter opening for the receiver, whereas the other 2 are a 2 inch diameter opening. Now the CURT Class 3, we have a standard 5/8 diameter hitch pin hole for either your hitch pin or your locking device to secure your ball mount bike carrier or cargo carrier. The CURT Class 2 here has your standard half inch diameter there, since it's an inch and a quarter. Finally the Draw-Tite is a little bit different here in regards that we have your standard 5/8 diameter pin hole here in the back, but we also have a smaller half inch diameter hole in front of it which is for a J-Pin stabilization device, which is available separately on our website.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 GMC Terrain
Today on our 2010 GMC Terrain, we're going to install the Tow Ready T-One Connector part number 118494. First, we'll need to access the rear cargo area. We'll remove the two tail light screw lens covers and then we're going to remove the two fasteners. With our fasteners removed, we can go ahead and gently pry the lens away from the body of the vehicle. See, now exposes the tail light wiring harness. We can go ahead and disconnect the tail light lens.
Yakima Holdup Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2010 GMC Terrain
Today on this 2010 GMC Terrain, were going to do test fit of part number Y02433 from Yakima. This is our Holdup 2 Bike Rack. Well go ahead and start our test fit by installing the bike rack into the hitch, well tighten down the anti-rattle bolt and put the safety pin on the other side. Okay, with our bike rack installed, well go ahead and give you some measurements that will give you an idea of clearance between the bicycle rack and the bumper and the ground. The closest point between the rear well and the bumper is going to be 4 inches. Lets go ahead and unfold the bike rack and well give you two more measurements on ground clearance.
Thule Doubletrack Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2010 GMC Terrain
Alright, today on this 2010 GMC Terrain we're going to do a test fit of product number TH990XT from Thule. This is a Doubletrack Platform Bike Carrier. A few quick notes about this bike rack, it will work with a 1-1/4 inch receiver hitches both class 1 and class 2. It will also work with 2-inch trailer hitches with the included spacer. Ok, we'll go ahead and we'll start off our test fit by installing the bike rack into the hitch. We'll line up the hitch pin holes.
Swagman XTC2 Wheel Mount Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2010 GMC Terrain
Alright, today on 2010 GMC Terrain, we're going to do a test fit of product number S64670. This is the Swagman XTC2 Bike Carrier. A couple of quick notes about this bike rack is that it will work 1-1/4 inch receiver hitches both class 1 and class 2. It will also work with a 2-inch receiver hitch with the included spacer. We'll start off our test fit by installing the bike rack into the hitch. We'll tighten down the anti-rattle bolt and put the safety pin on the other side.
SportRack EZ Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2010 GMC Terrain
Alright, today on this 2010 GMC Terrain we're going to do a test fit of product number A30901 from SportRack. This is SportRack Easy Hitch Bike Rack. Two quick notes about this bike rack, it does carry two bikes and it can work with 1-1/4 inch receiver hitches both class 1 and class 2. It also works with 2-inch receiver hitch with the included spacer. And we'll start off by using this bicycle rack and a 2-inch receiver with the included spacer to work with it. We'll go ahead and install the anti-rattle bolt and then put the safety clip on the other side.
WeatherTech Rear Floor Liner Review - 2010 GMC Terrain
Today on our 2010 GMC Terrain well be installing the Weathertech floor mats for the second row, part number WT442712 in black. Well start by simply removing the factory, or old floor mats and well install the Weathertech rear floor liner. This is a one piece liner. It will simply slide in and does cover the center hump. Because the Weathertech floor liners are molded to fit the shape of your vehicles floor board they will contain all the dirt, mud and debris that may get into the vehicle. They also will not slide around like a typical car floor mat will.
Husky Cargo Floor Liner Review - 2010 GMC Terrain
Today on our 2010 GMC Terrain well be test fitting the Husky cargo liner, part number HL21132 in grey. Simply slide the new liner into place. You may need to fold the front lip up slightly to allow it to conform. Youll notice the Husky liners are molded to fit the shape of your vehicles floor boards. That will help them, not only to contain all the dirt but it also means they wont move around like a typical car floor mat would. Youll notice the channels molded into the cargo liner.