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Old 07-10-2019, 5:43pm   #6
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this gang has to know the answer:

have a 2013 chevy silverado 2500hd truck, it came with the Heavy Duty Trailer Wiring Harness Package, so I have an installed harness and electric brake controller on the lower dash board. the manual says it's all good to go...except that the wires for the Battery Feed (Red) and for the Trailer Brake (Dark Blue) are not connected to the fuse box, but the fuses are installed (page 9-96 of owner's manual).

i'm getting a trailer shortly, with electric brakes, and i need this mess to work properly first time out.

do i need to have the dealer do the final wiring connections, or is that something I could do? tried searching youtube, but didn't find any videos with this covered.

My previous Suburban ( 2001 2500 with towing package ) had a plug to connect to the fuse box where the brake controller wiring was connected to.

Mine worked perfectly.

You could look at https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/ , they have been helpful.
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