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About mmisko

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    mike
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    2016 GMC Sierra Denali

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  1. That sounds like the simplest way. Thx
  2. Also is a resistor needed for the b/u leds?
  3. I have a ‘16 Denali and thought the taillights were sealed. Are they just plug and play and what led did u replace them with also leds for liscense? Thx
  4. How to wire in a light bar to operate in conjunction with existing fog light switch.
  5. Wiring in fog lights

    Can anyone tell me the pin location and wire color for fog lights & relay location on 2016 Sierra 1500?
  6. I really didn’t know the moderator would know better than me. Someone mentioned adjusting the fog lamps been all over my Manuel and can’t find any procedure for this. Does anyone know?
  7. I’ve adjusted them up as far as possible that’s why I’m wondering if a light bar could extend the distance without blinding others.
  8. That is a bar behind the lower grill
  9. Looks like I’m stuck with the setup — what’s your thinking of a light bar to augment the low beam distance or would it over correct and act as a hi beam
  10. No hi beams seem ok it’s the lack of distance on low I am concerned with and it is a 1500.
  11. Is there a simple Bulb change to upgrade headlights on 2016 Denali ?
  12. LED light mounting

    Could something like this be used to overcome the low beam light Shelf on 2016 Denali ?
  13. Just traded a 2003 Avalanche for this Denali, great truck but the headlights on my old truck were twice as bright and shined more off to the sides than these new projector headlights. I can't upgrade anything now due to voiding my warranty but can anybody tell me how to adjust the beam Up and also SIDE TO SIDE. These projectors stop at the edge of the road and show nothing off to the sides.
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