In the past, I manually adjusted the clock. This past spring when we went to DST, I noticed an option for the clock to sync with my phone. I turned it on. This past Sunday I connected my phone via Bluetooth and the clock sync'd up automatically.
I have the OPT7 led bar in red. I bought the Curt adapter, but opted for the 5 pin plug instead of the 4 pin. Then I took an old trailer plug - male end, and cut one connector off. I connected that to the reverse wire. Then I plugged it all into the 5 pin plug. Didn't have to tap in to the reverse wire anywhere.
That is what I did. I didn't have to drop the spare down. I pulled the 7-pin plug off the bumper connector, plugged it into one end of the harness, and plugged the other end of the harness into the bumper connector where the original plug was. I zip tied everything up do it stays hidden.
I bought this CURT 56584 wiring harness: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B007EA6WQU/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 It goes between the oem harness and the 7-way plug on the bumper. I plugged in the led bar 4-pin plug on one side and soldered a bullet connector to the reverse and plugged it in. Works great.
PhilB replied to th3r00st3r's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra TroubleshootingYes, I have had that problem. The original one came off one time. I put it back and then one day I went to fill up and it was gone. I went to the local parts shop and bought a package of the same clips and put a new one in. Been fine ever since.
I was checking the lights on my bass boat trailer that I hadn't used in 10 years. I was having troubles with the running lights also. Checked grounds and lights and looked for cuts in the wires. Found nothing. Went to move the trailer when it was dark and all of the lights worked. I figured out that my light sensor for the auto headlights was keeping the running lights from coming on even though I used the switch for all lights on. I put a towel over the sensor and the lights would come on. Maybe you have a similar issue? Just a thought.
IIRC, I had my front bolts snug at first, then latched the lid to them. I made sure the latches closed completely. I folded up the cover on top of the front panel for weight. Then I loosened the bolts so that the lid would lay flat. I tightened the bolts in that position. If you're latches are releasing when you put a slight pressure on the lid to open, you may need to adjust the cables to allow more slack so that the latches close completely.
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