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Kevin Monaghan

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  1. Really like it, simple install. I got mine on EBAY from a GM dealer seller for around $300 for the 700 front/ rear.
  2. Also missing the visor mirror lights, my wife is not happy with my $ 62,000 SLE..... And no LED brake lights or front turn signals at this level? There are cheap compacts on the road with nicer options.
  3. No backseat removal. I have emergency lighting controller and equipment I am mounting inside the factory storage cross box.
  4. Anyone looking to send accessories wiring into the cab, there is a neat option using a soft plug in the back seat floor near the sill. Once you remove the plug, reinstall a closed back trailer light grommet in the hole. You now have reduced the large hole down to whatever you need, and can fill the well with sealer when your done. Remove the sill plastic trim, lift the carpet, slide a 2x4 in to hold it up and use a window razor scraper on a handle to cut the sealer and pry out with a flat blade. This is close to the wire chase that will allow to fish wire to the front towards the upfitter switch etc.
  5. Great for washing and detailing too! Easy access to my bed cross-box where I keep my towing gear. Never keep my receiver hitch in when not in use, however there is great aftermarket options coming out.
  6. The sales info line was helpful. More pics at 800toolbox.com
  7. Installed a new Highway Products headache rack this weekend. All aluminum and stainless. Good for cameras and brake light. Very nice!
  8. I did not install the plow harness. I had to do everything else related to the upfitter bulletin. All my parts were loose in the back seat including a new knee bolster with the switches installed. The hardest part was removing the old knee bolster. The time was in taking care not to damage anything else and figuring how things came apart. If I had to do it again, maybe 2-3 hours.
  9. No, #124 is snowplow prep related. It has something to do with large electrical loads and the infotainment/radio performance. Dealer is supposed to install that if requested. #153 is Upfitter switches.
  10. Yes, that appears to be the connection location, mine did have that there installed. If you push in on the tab on the left side, that cap will come off and then you plug in the harness with the new fuse block that hangs under the column. The bulletin # 147 kit is what I am missing to connect to the right side battery. This is all on top of the battery, below the cover. Not sure on the codes, should say in the manual.
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