Bargman Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Harness Installation - 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 3500

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How to Install the Bargman Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Harness on a 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 3500


Shane: Hey guys, Shane here with etrailer.com.Today I have a 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 3,500. And I'm going to walk through how to install the Bargman 90 degree gooseneck fifth wheel wiring harness. This is what it's going to look like when it's installed. What this is going to do for you, allow you to plug in your fifth wheel or gooseneck wiring and keep it all in the bed of your truck. We're not going to have to worry about taking the cable and running it over top of our tailgate to try and get it into our bumper, potentially causing damage to our tailgate.It's going to make it a lot easier. It's going to make everything look a lot nicer when it's all contained inside the bed.

Nice durable plastic housing. It's going to have a spring loaded lid. So to help it stay close, it's going to help keep any of the dirt and debris from getting inside. It's going to have a rubber seal around this inside edge. It's going to seal right here.

It's going to help keep any water from getting inside. Also, if you look on the front of the lid here, it's going to tell us what each one of our wires do. It's going to give you all of your functions. Turn signals. Brake lights.

Running lights. Also going to give you reverse lights and brake controller. Installation is going to be very simple. The only modification you have to do is you're going to have to drill a two inch hole here in the side of your bed, run your wire down, and it's going to connect directly to your factory wiring.Now that we've gone over some of the features, let's walk you through how to get it installed. Start our installation we need to determine where we're going to mount our plug.

I like to mount it here. That way we stay away from our hookup. You can mount it up here. If you're going to put it here; this is where your stake pocket runs down to the bottom of your vehicle; there's a brace that's welded in about right here. So you want to make sure you're below it enough that you can get your wiring in place. Take a two inch hole saw bit, and we're going to drill a hole into this side.And we're going to take a file. We're going to clean off that edge and then spray it down with either a clear coat or black spray paint. Make sure we cover up that bare metal to reduce the risk of any rust and corrosion later on. Once we got area cleaned up, we'll take our plugs, we're going to take these ends and we're going to put them through the hole and feed them down to the bottom of our 90 degree side. If you find, when you're putting this in that this edge is hitting the outside wall of your bed, there is a plate that comes with your kit. It would go on just like this. And it just gives you a little bit of added room. We're not going to need it. So we're just going to install ours, just like this. It's going to come with four self-tappers. Get it straightened up. And they're going to go right to four holes in each corner.Now underneath the vehicle, we're going to feed our two plugs over to we're our factory plug is. We're going to take our factory plug, push that gray tab up and then push that black tab. Go ahead and pull this one out. Then what I'm going to do is I'm going to take some dielectric grease. I'm going to cover all my connection points here and here before we put them back together. Dielectric grease does not come with your kit. But you didn't find it etrailer.com. It's really going to help protect your connection from corrosion and if any moisture or anything gets in there. inaudible 00:03:50 Connect your plugs.And plug the new wire into the factory plug on the bumper. Like that. Now we can take the rest of our wiring, bundle it all up and get it zip tied up out of the way where it doesn't get damaged. Once you've got everything plugged in, go ahead and reinstall your spare tire. We'll test it out and make sure everything's working correctly.Now we're going to test out our wiring using an alternate power source. Left turn. Right turn. Brake lights. Running lights. Brake controller. Reverse. Now we've tested everything out we know it's working correctly. We're ready to go.That's going to do it for looking at an installation on the fifth wheel gooseneck 90 degree wiring harness on our 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 3,500..


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