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Bob.M

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  1. I have a 2014 Silverado and would like to have dual tail pipes but keeping the OEM muffler and flapper valve intact. I am not looking for any performance gains or noise, simply like the look of dual exhaust much like the new 2019 Silverado's or like the Dodge RAM trucks have been doing for years now.
  2. One last question, sorry if I am being an annoyance but I want to get this right. There are two dual intensity bulbs per side and the wiring (brown, black, green) go into the bottom socket and than exit out of the bottom socket to the upper socket (same colors). Do I connect one load resistor to the green (turn signal) and black (ground) wires just before the lower socket and a second load resistor just before the upper socket's black and green wires? Does the tail light (running light) need to have a resistor as well? I don't get any errors with the LED bulbs with just the running lights and or four way flashers, just with the turn signals. Thanks again for your assistance! Bob
  3. Thanks Payton34, I will give those load resistors a try. Did you splice and solder the connections or did you just use the 3M connectors that came with the resistors?
  4. What kind of resistors did you use? I installed the Phillips LED bulbs along with the Phillips Error Canceling resistors (one for each bulb) and the turn signals still hyper flashed and the lamp out error in the dash. I connected one lead of the Phillips load resistor to the green wire and the other to the black. The load resistors warmed up with the turn signals on and cooled off when they were off so I assume the connections were good. I have a 2014 Silverado 1500 which I assume would be the same as your GMC. Any help would be appreciated!!
  5. ​I have a 2014 Silverado LTZ which I replaced my rear oem 7444LL tail light bulbs with the Phillips 7443 Intense Red Vision LED Stop/Tail light bulbs which work great with the exception of hyper flashing with the turn signals. I installed the Philips 21W Vision LED CAN-bus Warning Cancellers (one per bulb) and that did not correct the hyper flashing or eliminate the dash panel error message. Do I need a higher resistance value load resistor? The Phillips unit does not provide the resistance value, just the wattage which is 21 watts. I see other load resistors online which are 50 watts 6 ohms. Should I get those?
  6. Hi Robert! I have the same truck only a 2009 model. I really like how your truck looks with the 285/65R18 tires on the stock rims. I will be installing a set of Bilstein 5100 ride height adjustable shocks on my truck soon which will provide a 1.77" lift on the front end. I believe you mentioned that you had a 2" lift and had no tire clearance issues. I will be needing tires in the near future was hoping to buy a set of 285/65R18 and using my OEM Z71 rims. Do you think I would be OK being 1/4" lower on m y lift? Bob
  7. Hi Robert! I have the same truck only a 2009 model. I really like how your truck looks with the 285/65R18 tires on the stock rims. I will be installing a set of Bilstein 5100 ride height adjustable shocks on my truck soon which will provide a 1.77" lift on the front end. I believe you mentioned that you had a 2" lift and had no tire clearance issues. I will be needing tires in the near future was hoping to buy a set of 285/65R18 and using my OEM Z71 rims. Do you think I would be OK being 1/4" lower on m y lift? Bob
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