Jump to content

zmnypit

Member
  • Content count

    531
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    2

zmnypit last won the day on May 18 2016

zmnypit had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

196 Excellent

6 Followers

About zmnypit

  • Rank
    Enthusiast

Recent Profile Visitors

8,513 profile views
  1. 2017 LTZ Taillights

    Sold!!! Thanks guys
  2. 2017 LTZ Taillights

    All PM's responded to.
  3. 2017 LTZ Taillights

    I have a set of 17 Silverado LTZ LED taillights without the factory harnesses. No scratches and everything worked when I swapped them. You can repin your factory 14-15 harness using Molex 33472-4001 plugs and a couple resistors or you can buy the oem harnesses and then the adapters. Asking $450 shipped OBO
  4. Ive got a set from a 2017 LTZ with no factory harnesses if anyone is still looking. The harness part #s are 84233592 & 84233591. Feel free to to shoot me a PM Thanks!
  5. in the wheel well there is two small torx screws, Remove them and pull back the wheel well molding. Then starting from the inside closest to the tire start pulling the small panel until it clears the molding. It takes a little finessing but once you get it started its not so bad. Just dont pull the color panel off the bracket. Its plastic welded on or something.
  6. I sent you a PM on here but I’m new to the page and I don’t know how to check if they are going through. Just letting you know if you haven’t received. Thanks.

  7. Need an adapter shipped to Edmonton Alberta Canada, do you have eBay or something? 

    1. zmnypit

      zmnypit

      I do have ebay but dont sell the adapters there. (fees) I've shipped a few sets to Canada no problem. Send me a PM

  8. Thanks!! Just the adapters I provide. The rest is plug n play. I'm just east of Bham as well so no far from you.
  9. If anyone is searching I ran across these this morning https://www.ebay.com/itm/2016-2018-GMC-Sierra-Denali-LED-OEM-Headlights/113402935412?_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160908105057%26meid%3D971b812675ce409bba397bb51311ca95%26pid%3D100675%26rk%3D4%26rkt%3D15%26sd%3D302633640304%26itm%3D113402935412&_trksid=p2481888.c100675.m4236&_trkparms=pageci%3A077b4f29-f27f-11e8-9109-74dbd180e41e|parentrq%3A56c1d7451670ac1f62e393ebfffed3ec|iid%3A1
  10. CP4 Failure rate?

    Unfortunately over 100k now and will be deleted in the next couple weeks.
  11. Does anyone know what the failure rate is on the CP4 pumps? I knew nothing about it until I talked to a guy this week that was telling me the CP4 pump is garbage. Of course I had to Google it (mistake) now. Wondering if I should go ahead and convert to CP3 or add a lift pump. Curious if they fail as often as I'm reading or should I not worry about it for now.
  12. I'm still fighting this issue. Today was 73* and dash display was saying -6*. Not sure what else to do other than take it to the dealership.
  13. So for the last two months I have been all over this forum, Duramax forum as well as Google searching for an answer for the service trailer brake error on my 15 Sierra 2500 Denali. I have a 2017 24' all led tilt trailer that was purchased new and its never worked on my truck. I also get the service trailer brake system with no brakes or lights when I use it. When I hook it up to my buddies 09 Duramax all lights, brakes etc work fine. 2nd trailer is a 2010 18" car trailer, non led, with brakes. When I pull it I get "check trailer wiring" then shortly after get the "service trailer brake system" I've replaced both plugs with the Pollack plug with same result. Traced and re traced both truck and trailer wiring with no luck. Added grounds, wiggled the connector, cleaned all the contacts etc, nothing seemed to work. While sitting there this afternoon I took a flat headscrew driver and bent each pin outward a fuz until it was really tight when plugged in and just like all the lights and brakes work with no issues on both trailers. Two months of researching and It was so simple. I'm posting this for the next person that comes along with the same issue. I never saw anyone mention adjusting the prongs of the truck connector so hopefully this helps someone.
×

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.