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Old 10-19-2013, 01:40 PM   #1
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Unified Braking System

I'm installing a Unified Braking System by US Gear on my 2011 Chevy Traverse and I'm having trouble finding a location for the solenoid. Has anyone installed this system on a 2011 Chevy Traverse. If so where did you mount the solenoid.
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On m y Honda 2012 I put it under the drivers seat. Snaked the cable around the inside of the seat frame and ran it across the floor (covered by Weathertech mats).
The wiring went along the door sill.
Hope that helps.
Fantastic braking system.
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Old 10-19-2013, 07:08 PM   #3
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THe instructions say to put the solenoid under the front seat.

I installed in a 1992 Lumina ApV. I put the solenoid on the passenger side fire wall, Then cut a piece of plywood to fit over it.. Wife never noticed it was there (She rides shotgun) even 6'3 by 300+ pound me had enough leg room to not be bothered by it.

IT need not go under the seat.
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THe instructions say to put the solenoid under the front seat.

I installed in a 1992 Lumina ApV. I put the solenoid on the passenger side fire wall, Then cut a piece of plywood to fit over it.. Wife never noticed it was there (She rides shotgun) even 6'3 by 300+ pound me had enough leg room to not be bothered by it.

IT need not go under the seat.
I also put it in front of the passenger Works great
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