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    Phil Gamboa
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    Dallas, TX
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    2016 Silverado 1500, CCSB, LT, 5.3L V8

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  1. Thanks for feedback! I take great pride in what I do for the community here. Whether one buys from me or not, I’ll provide all there is to know around this upgrade. Great looking truck! Wish I could have my truck in a garage like yours! Also, Youtube did announce some changes for their Channel Program for 2018. So for anyone that has not seen any of my videos, or has not subscribed, please do so if you get a chance . I’d love to be able to continue making and providing these videos to everyone! Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I did a review and side by side comparison of the Husky X-Act Contour against the GM Liner. A lot of my mods shared on here in the forum have videos on YouTube. So if you haven’t seen them, please check it out. Like and subscribe Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Yes - There are two circuits you can tap the marker lights to. One is called “LED Backlight Dimming Control” - Circuit # 6817. Tying into this will fools the lighting that your buttons are tied to. They can be dimmed and turn off with the dimmer switch. On the main 41-Pin door jamb connector, it’s pin #29. On the 48-Pin connector that connectors to the door panel, it’s pin # 1. It is a yellow wire. Made a video of the tap on the 48-Pin connector here. The other circuit is called “LED Ambient Lighting Control” - Circuit # 7557. On the 41-Pin connector, it’s pin # 30. White wire with a yellow stripe. On the 48-Pin connector, it’s pin 2. If I recall, They both come only come on at night. Good Luck! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. If you have power windows and locks, the upgrade is much easier to perform. Again, you’ll need a new bezel that’ll accommodate a power adjust and power fold sketch. An additional hanress that connects the new bezel to the main door panel harness. A set of my custom harnesses for whichever mirror you want to go with. And a set of mirrors. If I recall, the bezel trim piece runs about $60. I think I may have a couple in my possessions. The harness that goes inside the door panel to connector the new bezel is about $50. Harnesses from me - $285, if you go DIY Kit for this part, $65. If you PnP, I Refund $100 for your stock harnesses. And mirrors. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. If you have power windows, you can upgrade. It’ll be a little more involved but doable. Pic on the left is a member with W/T. He had power windows, but manual adjust mirrors. Had to swap out the bezel with one on the middle or right (power Fold vs non power fold). There is an additional harness that is behind the door panel itself. So, just depends on what you have. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I bought a set of DL3 Mirrors off CL for $180 once. My DIY Kit is $65, but if you were planning on wiring up the glass, you might be able to devise your own wiring methods for less. The power fold switch is about $60. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. It was. But needed more umph. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. If you can find the glass cheap, I suppose you can run the wiring to make them work. I’ve seen glass for about $70/each. At that price, you’re betting holding out and waiting for a deal on DL3 mirrors. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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