Nvm I figured it out. There’s a tab on the side you need to push in for anyone else who didn’t know.
Quick question, How do you unplug the connectors for the 110 outlet. They won’t pull out with me. Not sure if there’s a tab I need to push in.
Hey Phil, are those resistors still working out for you. I have one 3 ohm 50 watt resistor on each taillight and keep switching them out every few months because they overheat and burn out. Is there a higher quality resistor I should use or should I just put on the 3ohm 100 watt resistors?
Hello everyone, I’ve installed new led taillights on my 2014 silverado. I’m using 50w 3ohm resistors; one for each taillight. However, every few months I end up needing to replace them because they overheat and burn out. Just wondering if anyone would know of a higher quality resistor that I could use.
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Hey Phil, great video!!! Just wanted to know the part number for the latest 2018 center console because I really want the wireless charging feature. And the part number for that mounting bracket toward the front.
Pgamboa can you make a YouTube video on retrofitting the center console. Your videos are very helpful!!!
I got mine from a private seller on eBay. They are oem taillights and I personally think they look better than the aftermarket taillights. If you want to install them on your 2014 Silverado you need to buy an adapting harness from Gen5diy. With their adapter the taillights will be plug-n-play.
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