Hey everyone, got a question someone might be able to answer.
I've got a '14 Silverado 1500 WT. At the back under the bed on the driver side near the spare tire is a wire hanging down with no end. Originally thought it was a frame ground because the outer casing is black but today I took a pair of wire stripers and found that there are 3 thin wires inside of the black sheathing. They are Solid Red, Solid Yellow, and Solid Black. All lights on the truck work, the trailer lights all work when plugged in too.
Anyone have any idea what this could go to? I currently have it rolled up and ziptied to the frame. Thanks for any help.
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Tuffy Security Products has just launched a new rear under seat lockbox designed to fit 2019 GMC Sierra and Chevy Silverado Crew Cab and Double Cab pickup trucks. With Tuffy's form-fitting design, the lockbox is concealed from view when the Trucks' 60/40 split bench seats are down. The Model 352 is built from rugged 16 gauge powder coated welded steel. The box includes Tuffy's patented Pry-Guard locking system with 1/8-inch welded steel components with chamfered edges. Tuffy's Pry-Guard technology has a 10 tumbler double-bitted security lock complete with weather seals to keep the contents of your box secure. The 352's weather-resistant lid has an exclusive hinge system with a built-in lid stop that holds up lid when open.
There is no drilling required to install the Tuffy Model 352 and all the hardware you need is included. The innovative mounting system allows for quick removal when the lockbox is open. "At Tuffy, we are committed to bringing our customers high-quality security products. The Model 352 is an excellent addition to the Tuffy Product line because it is completely concealed from view, has two separate access points and is designed to protect whatever gear is stored inside," said Chip Olson, Tuffy Security's marketing director.
The new 352 for the 2019 Sierra and Silverado joins the Model 343 for the new Colorado and Canyon trucks and the Model 340, which is for the 2007-2018 Silverado and Sierra. Tuffy now has boxes built specifically for the majority of GM's trucks. GM-Trucks.com hopes to test out the new 352 in our long-term 2019 Silverado tester. Watch for a full review in the coming months.
Hello yall, it's been great reading up and contributing here but I'm out of the GM game.. I went and got me a Tundra. I just needed a crew cab and felt my extended cab wasn't going to serve my family well - too crowded.
I'll miss some nice features that the Silverado had but at the same time.. I got a really good deal on my Tundra (higher trim than my Silverado ever was).
By Enrique E
Hello I’m new to this site and I will have my 16 Denali 2500 HD in a couple weeks. I’m looking to add tow mirrors. Boost Auto seems to have a nice mirror setup. Any input is greatly appreciated. Let me know your experience and opinion on tow mirrors on your truck. Thank you
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General Motors is hiring part-time workers to staff up its Flint Assembly Plant. The plant makes Silverados and Sierras. Local news outlets near the Flint plant are reporting that the positions are for one to 3 days per week including mandatory Saturdays and short-notice overtime shifts. Pay starts at $15.78. Those who stay longer than 30 days will be eligible for benefits. Katy Teer, a plant spokeswoman, said, "...to aid balancing our workforce with our business, the duration of employment is indefinite at this time."
GM's truck shipments have been well below typical s the company switches from 2018 to the 2019 model year vehicles. Perhaps this hiring is to help with a short-term push to up production.
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