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  1. I have a weird problem with my transfer case wiring apparently. I couldn't get my transfer case motor back on and I had no lights on at the selector buttons. So i took my fuse panel apart and flipped it over and was looking at the underneath. Didn't really see anything wrong and left it flipped up. I turned the key on with the t-case motor plugged in and heard it working. So I got under and the motor went right on without any problem at all. So I thought ah ha got it and put it all back together. Guess what now my lights are off again and nothing works again and both fuses are good SOOOOOO?. What the heck do I do now other than drag it out into the yard and torch it because this has been a nightmare of a problem from the start. Everything has been replaced because this said it was that and so on. I am truly ready to burn this P.O.S. HELP. 2000 Chevy Silverado.
  2. Currently all the seats are cloth, but have acquired factory oem leather seats from a 2004 GMC Sierra 2500 extended cab and a 2005 GMC Yukon. Along with the seats, I also managed to grab the heated seat controls for the driver and passenger side which will be plug and play once the wiring is done. My question is how do I create the wiring for my heated seats to work? I’m not worried about power that’s a simple positive and negative. And where do they plug in at? Also how does the heated seat control interface communicate with the seats to turn them on? I will have no wiring for the heated seats function due to the stock seats being cloth. Would I have to pull a factory wiring harness from a LT package vehicle or can I somehow rig my own wiring together? Thank you!
  3. 2004 2500hd The problem started out as wipers working and not working on there own, then the interior dome lights would not shut off after key was out and door was opened, bought new wiper motor with circuit board thinking that would fix problem A the wipers not working and it actually fixed my dome light issue, now the dome lights shut off but with the new motor and circuit board my wipers only work on high, put old wiper motor in wipers work and lights stay on have tried 2 circuit boards new blinker switch new ignition switch running out of ideas and very confused many help would be appreciated
  4. Anyone got the color's and location of all the proper wires I need to tap into for the running, brake, right & left turn and reverse? Thanks.
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