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2019 Tahoe Heated Steering Wheel Upgrade Troubles


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I have a 2019 Tahoe LS that I have been wanting to upgrade with a heated steering wheel ever since I picked it up. I have read many forums, picked out the right wheel and clock spring, but for the life of me I can not locate a plug under my dash. I have a wired fuse that is not hot.

 

The truck also has the power adjustable pedals. 

 

Since it appears that there is no plug, I can order the custom wire harness but since the fuse is already wired, I am not sure this is the correct step. 

 

Could it be that the 2019's were just that different?

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You just need to add the wiring from that LH dash fuse block to the connector on the clock spring and to ground. The 2015-2020 full size suvs use the same fuse and junction blocks throughout the platform. The circuit is energized in the run/crank position.


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I have removed the fuse block and the back of the heated steering fuse is already wired into the main harness. So I feel like I am missing something but I have spent so much time under the dash. 

 

It does  not make sense that it would be wired but there I no plug to be found 

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