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2014 GMC Sierra 2500 Installation And Review Videos

  

Pollak Black Plastic RV 7 Pole Trailer Socket Installation - 2014 GMC Sierra 2500- Video

Pollak Black Plastic RV 7 Pole Trailer Socket Installation - 2014 GMC Sierra 2500

Today in this 2014 GMC Sierra 2500, we're going to install part number PK12707. It's the Pollak black plastic 7-pole RV-Style connector for a truck-in. With this part we're also going to use part number 459075-1. This is a half-inched sized loom material that we'll use to cover our wires with.One thing about this truck, we're actually going to use the factory tow package. This factory tow package originates up, right behind a cab, where the bed and the cab meet. Typically theyre zip tied down the way, but we have already have them pulled out.What we're going to do is, take a loom material and go ahead and cover up our wires first. more


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7/9/2014 8:39:34 AM



Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2014 GMC Sierra- Video

Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2014 GMC Sierra

Today on our 2014 GMC Siera, we'll be installing the Blueox Diamond Hitch, under bed gooseneck for 30-thousand pounds, part number Dh1314. We'll go ahead and point out the operation of the ball. To insert the ball into the rise position, you'll line up the tab, put the slot on the ball. You'll then work the ball around, until it goes in and locks into place. To remove the ball, you'll push the tab right here, and pull the ball back out. When not using the ball, you can flip the ball over. more


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4/8/2014 4:06:37 PM



Fifth Wheel Wiring Harness Installation - 2014 GMC Sierra 2500- Video

Fifth Wheel Wiring Harness Installation - 2014 GMC Sierra 2500

Today on our 2014 GMC Sierra, we'll be installing the Bargman fifth wheel Gooseneck 90-degree wiring harness with seven-pole plug, part number 54701-003. We'll go ahead and choose a location to mount our seven-way plug. I know we need to put a pilot hole through the bed. We're going to make sure on the back side that there's nothing that could be damaged. Once we have our quarter-inch pilot hole drilled, we'll come back with a two-inch hole saw. Now we'll take our end of the wiring harness that has two plugs on it and feed it to the hole we just drilled. Now that we have our wires fed down through the two-inch hole, we'll go ahead and take a small drill bit and put a pilot hole into each of the four mounting locations on the plug. Once we have a pilot hole on each of the four locations, we'll go ahead and put the self-tapping screws in place securing the plug to the bed of the truck. Now we'll go and take the end of our wire and route it over into the back of our factory seven-way plug. Now that we have our wires routed over to the backside of the factory seven way, we'll need to unplug the factory seven-way plug. To do this, we'll remove the small gray locking tab. more


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3/27/2014 7:19:20 AM



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