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Simple question. I am currently wiring in my blackvue cameras and am looking to remove the door sill assembly on the drivers side (not sure if that's the right term). It seems like the whole plastic assembly is just clicked in and can be popped out, but before breaking any plastic pieces, I want to make sure that this would be the right approach. Can someone send me a link to a video and/or instructions as to how to remove the whole assembly? Just so you guys know what I am talking about, I have attached a picture. I am connecting the wires to an external cellink b battery which will be located under the driver seat. Thanks
Texas_Edition posted a topic in For Sale/WantedI have a BNIB Mechman G Series 270a Alternator for the NNBS trucks. This will fit numerous other vehicles with the 2 pin plug which includes 4.3l, 5.3l, 6.0l and many others. I am just now getting around to posting everything up for sale which I am posting for sale on other GM Truck message boards. Holidays have been hell I am selling it in Brand New Condition with 10% off of the cost straight from Mechman + Free Shipping to the 48 states. So $479 – 10% = $431.10. I will make it an even $430 with Free Shipping. It has its factory warranty as I purchased it from an authorized dealer straight through Mechman. It's been a rough past several months... I was buying everything collectively over the past several months and would have had everything purchased and installed by now except earlier this year, I was rushed to the hospital where I was hospitalized for 3 weeks and had to have major abdominal surgery which took me a couple of months to recover from. I then resumed purchasing everything, but never got a chance to install. I totaled the truck in a rollover accident in late August where I had just begun my installation process which included removal of my rear seats, installing the 3" rear lift I assembled together, installed my 40 section of my 40/60 rear seats, installed my Dynamat, painted and mounted my amp rack backplate, ran one of my 1/0awg OFC power wire and was in the process of running my second run of 1/0awg power wire and had just built my fiberglass QUAD 8” 3.0 cuft net forward facing ported box tuned to 31Hz for my brand new 4 Sundown Audio SA-8 V.2 Stock SPL subs. This is how I had my new install planned out, which many of this is for sale. I had everything ready to install my new stereo which includes my 4 Brand New Sundown Audio SA-8 V.2 Stock SPL Model 8” Subwoofers, BNIB Audiopipe AP30001D 3000wrms amplifier, XS D3400 Battery, New Kinetic HC16V 16Volt battery with dual 12v and 16v battery post, my current Focal Utopia 6.5” Components installed in the front doors, my current Focal K2P 6.5” Components with Digital Design T1 silk dome tweeters for a more laid back sound installed in the rear, my current Focal PS 165 Performance 6.5” Components installed in my Q-Logic Kick Panels, New, but not installed yet Audiopipe AQX-360.4 4 channel amp, my currently installed Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2, 2 runs of 1/0awg OFC Cadence Cool Wire that I only had 1 run installed, several various distribution power fused and ground blocks and my currently installed JVC KW-NT800HDT 7” TouchScreen Navigation/DVD Unit. I was able to take the stock alternator, various interior plastics, Gorilla Locking Lugnuts, and some other items. I have the factory radio also. All of this is available for sale except the Gorilla Locking Lugnuts if anyone needs it for their NNBS truck. I will eventually begin posting the items, mentioned above, I have for sale soon. I know have a Nissan Armada SE 4x4 so I won’t need any of the factory items and many of the other BNIB Car Audio equipment. I am selling it in Brand New Condition with 10% off of the cost straight from Mechman + Free Shipping to the 48 states. So $479 – 10% = $431.10. I will make it an even $430 with Free Shipping.