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Old 03-02-2006, 10:28 AM   #1
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I have a 2003 Chevy 2500HD with, what appears to be, an aftermarket receiver hitch installed. My question is, can I use the "easy connect brake control harness" for prodigy with this truck to avoid cutting and splicing wires. I have not crawled under the dash yet, but when I do, what should I look for. Is it a lose connection hanging there or is it something I need to unplug and then connect the brake control to. Like everybody else, I'm hoping for a simple install.
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I have a 2003 Chevy 2500HD with, what appears to be, an aftermarket receiver hitch installed. My question is, can I use the "easy connect brake control harness" for prodigy with this truck to avoid cutting and splicing wires. I have not crawled under the dash yet, but when I do, what should I look for. Is it a lose connection hanging there or is it something I need to unplug and then connect the brake control to. Like everybody else, I'm hoping for a simple install.
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Old 03-02-2006, 02:26 PM   #3
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The place to plug in the controller harness in under the left of the dash, kinda behind the park brake pedal. An approx 4x4 black plastic cover held on with a long plastic push nut. Under the cover is where you plug in the harness. I believe it is the 2nd over from top left cavity. May have a diagram under the cover specifying which cavity. hope this helps.
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Thanks a bunch 349. I'll look tonight.
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