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  1. Hello all, I was cleaning my truck out this spring and noticed I was missing a few plugs for the holes that are located on the inside of the fenders (wheel wells) above the rear wheels. Any idea where I can buy these? Is there a part number? See pictures
  2. Greetings all, I have a 1997 1500, with a 8 5/8 diff and I am looking for part numbers / vendors to purchase the rear Pinon Seal and Oil Fill Plug. Yes, I have searched but I am coming up with all kinds of Seals and not sure what size the oil fill plug is. Since I am replacing the real pinon seal, is there anything else I should inspect / replace. Any and all information will be greatly appreciated. (if you need the VIN to find the correct parts, here it is 2GTEK19R4V1537117) Thank you!
  3. Has anyone used this connector for the trailer wiring harness? I'm not even sure what its called, but I found this one on Amazon. I want to get the extra flat connector to power some aux lights. I'm concerned if this will give me any issues down the road with a short or corroded connectors behind the bumper. Also, I have never removed the 7 pin connector from behind. Does this thing really just pop into the outlet in the bumper? they only have this one crappy image so I can't really tell what I'm getting. I'm just looking for confirmation that this will work as well/ easy as I think it will before I purchase it. Thanks in advance. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001A1M1J6/ref=gl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=2KP4NEI66GGZ5&coliid=I3MVNPYIDWPDUM http://www.hiddenhitch.com/products/electrical-wiring/t-one-connector/ApGK9QTbwGCEp12MzUQaOF27max79EXn
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  5. I am having an issue starting my 1991 GMC K2500. Sometimes it fires right up. Other time absolutely nothing happens when i turn the key. If i turn it off and on enough times eventually something will connect and it will start. Other times i have to jump it, and even then sometimes nothing at all when i turn the key. It has a brand new crate 350, and runs great when it starts, but i cant rely on it enough to start to take it anywhere far from home. Any suggestions on what it might be? I have replaced the steering column and had the issue with both the old and new column. Thanks in advance- Ken
  6. I am not sure if I am posting in the wrong place...so I am sorry if that's the case. I have a 2003 Sierra on which I had the heating coil replaced last month. A couple of days after the vehicle was returned to me I noticed that the cruise control stopped working. Last week my wife was following me home and noticed that I did not have any brake lights (all 3 brake lights not working, but signals and tail lights are fine). I checked all of the obvious things (fuses, pedal switch, and bulbs) and found that I had 12v on both sides of the fuse, but nothing at all in the switch plug. I found a schematic and realized that the only way this could happen is if the wire from the main fuse box to the switch has lost connection somewhere. So I traced the wire from the switch back and found that the mechanic who replaced my coil did not plug the brake switch back in. My problem is that I cannot find where it goes. For clarification, it is the wire that comes off of the switch on the brake pedal. It runs up behind the dash (I had to take most of the dash apart to find it), just under the top dash cover, and runs horizontally across the dash to about the center ofo the dash and stops. I have looked all over that area and many others but I cannot find anywhere for it to plug in to. I have looked for pictures online and cannot find anything. Please someone point me in the right direction here. Thanks for any help you can provide.
  7. Clean them up with 2" rubber caps from Home Depot. For us Northern people snow and ice and salt finds its way everywhere and there is no need to give it a cave to rest in all winter. These were $11.00 plus tax for 4 of them. Insert them this way to keep the look cleaner and make it easy to pull them when access is needed. There is a guy selling plastic versions of this on eBay for I think $15 plus shipping. Save money...buy local!
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