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    Luis Mendoza
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    Lufkin, Tx
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    2015 Chevy Silverado Crew Crab Custom Sport Edition
  1. Reduced power after new intake

    Did you disconnected the negative battery cable? Before installing the cold air intake. If not, then this may your problem that the computer is reading the pre-programmed ECU from the factory intake. Try following the steps below to see if this clears up your reduced power mode issue. Disconnect the Negative battery cable. Verify that the Negative Battery cable has been disconnected for a minimum of 30 minutes. Reconnect the Negative Battery cable. Start engine and let idle for a minimum of 15 minutes. Disconnecting the negative battery cable clears the "Learned" programming and returns all ECU settings back to stock. The 15 minute idle period in step 4 allows the ECU to re-learn and compensate for the less restrictive Cold Air Iintake.
  2. So I'm guessing the LT is going to have the front and rear bumper sensors.
  3. 14 Silverado HID problems

    It could be a power issue going to the HID's. Does it comes with a capacitor?
  4. Turn Signals Relay/Flasher

    Yes, you should get the 50 watts 6 ohms resistors since they work with most LED application to eliminate the hyper flashing and error message on the dash panel.
  5. HID Kit

    I got the complete hardness with a capacitor.
  6. HID Kit

    I haven't gotten any flashes from other drivers. Here are some couple of pictures of the HID's at night. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0WeIpb5pC6HaUV0bkxBcFFlN3M https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0WeIpb5pC6HWExRX3Q3T0I2NDA
  7. HID Kit

    I have HID's on my stock reflectors housing and it gives a good lightning at night. I bought the HID's from The Retrofitsource. The HID's on my Silverado are 5.5K 35 Watt
  8. Turn Signals Relay/Flasher

    Alright, thank you for the replies.
  9. I need help to locate the turn signals relay/flasher on the 2014 Silverado 1500. Since I'm trying to upgrade my turnsignals front and back to LED's. Which I'm trying to put a LED turnsignal relay/flasher.

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