Should work good. You’ll unplug/disconnect the components You need and leave the wires in place ? At least that is the way I’d do it.I have a 95 sierra that I'm rebuilding the motor. The wiring is thee same as my 98 suburban, so I'm going to unplug that wiring and use it on my burb. Does anyone see an issue doing that?
Thanks!Should work good. You’ll unplug/disconnect the components You need and leave the wires in place ? At least that is the way I’d do it.
On My trucks, 1988 and newer, might have been the older ones too. Just get a Hoppy connector. At the back end of the truck/suburban, unplug the wire harness connector and plug the Hoppy connector into the harness and plug the rearward harness into the Hoppy connector. Then all thats required is the pigtail connector that plugs into the Hoppy connector and those wires goes intothe trailer light plug.
If there is a need for a trailer brake then its no big chore to run the extra wire for that. From inside of the cab to the trailer connector.
Be sure that when installing the trailer light plug that, the white wire from the hoppy connector the the trailer light plug is attached to a real good grounding source on the frame. Grind off the frame to bright and shiny and a light coating of some kind of a corrosion inhibitor smeared around the hole. If You have a welder, a handy way is to grind the scale/rust from a small section of the frame, then weld on a 1/4 or 5/16ths bolt and use that for a grounding lug.