Hey guys. I’m doing a ton of research on various LED bulbs. What I’m not sure on is what bulb fits best in a projector housing. I have seen various stories of people buying bulbs and the bulb doesn’t fit and the dust cover won’t go back on. Anyone have experience with this?
I was looking into getting some spyder headlights for my 14 silverado, i was wondering if anyone is running these lights and if they are any good. http://www.spyderauto.com/product.php?id=PRO-YD-CS14-LBDRL-BK any pics and input are greatly appreciated, thank you
Hey everyone, first off thanks for the great site. I have been doing a ton of reading and enjoying everyone's vehicles.
I have done a bunch of searching before asking this question but seem to be getting a couple different answers, so I thought I would ask it anyways.
I just purchased a 2017 Silverado LT 4x4. From what I understand the truck comes equipped with LED fog lights and 25 watt HID Hi and Lo beams. These are the D5S bulbs, if I have read correctly. My question is, what HID bulb do I purchase to get the same white color as my LED running rights and LED fog lights? Do I need to get a higher wattage bulb with a 5000k+ temp range? I really don't want to go the direction of swapping to the LTZ headlight assembly at this time but it would look good ;)
Thank you for your help in advance.
Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com
In a recent round of comprehensive safety testing by IIHS, the Colorado and Canyon fell short of the best in class for safety. As the chart above and the video will show, the cab configuration of the Colorado and Canyon differ in their crash test results.
In order to earn the highest score IIHS awards, the Top Safety Pick Plus, a vehicle must have a score of Good on all crash tests. The Colorado and Canyon do offer a trim that meets this requirement. However, a vehicle must also have "Acceptable" or "Good" rated headlights. The Colorado and Canyon only come with "Poor" rated headlights. Also, GM does not make a midsize truck that meets the "Advanced" rating for forwarding collision prevention.
In the midsized truck segment, only the previously tested Honda Ridgeline earns a Top Safety Pick Plus rating.
When I start my truck up and turn on my headlights, my headlights will NOT come on. My high beam indicator comes on on the dash and moving the high beam switch does nothing to turn it off. My DTRL's come on though. After driving a few miles my high beam indicator goes off and my headlights come on. Anyone have any ideas as to why this is happening and what can I do to fix it? I had to drive to work for 6 miles before my headlights came on in the rain this morning.
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