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    Phil Gamboa
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    2016 Silverado 1500, CCSB, LT, 5.3L V8

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  1. It’s not a pin. It’s integrally in the BCM chipset that does it. Custom BCM programming that does it.
  2. Only goes 1 way (actually 2 ways - 180°). The tangs on the terminal is what keeps those terminals in and without a special fork tool to depin, have to be 100% sure on position.
  3. Only goes 1 way (actually 2 ways - 180°). The tangs on the terminal is what keeps those terminals in and without a special fork tool to depin, have to be 100% sure on position.
  4. Rev. 1 - Will slightly dim your amber light when it is on. When the blinker is used, it will go full bright (like they do now) and will blink in sync with your from headlight blink and blinker in the glass. Here is a video of this mode. Fast forward to the 9:25 mark of this video. https://youtu.be/qM-rhtbAL1w Rev. 2 - Will keep your amber light full bright when it is on. Then, when blinker is used, the amber light to turn off when blink is on. So it will blink, but will blink in an alternating sequence. If you are in front of your truck looking at it while the blinker is on - the amber light will be off when your headlight blink is on and vice/versa. Here are some videos of Rev. 2 on a customer truck: Headlights On https://youtu.be/ZtOzFcY27OQ https://youtu.be/AHF99PM4EEI Headlights Off https://youtu.be/ZqSHCqhQZqc https://youtu.be/o5C57uddw7M
  5. I have watched your video on how to make your cup holder removalable in a 2017 GMC Sierra, I am very interested in doing the modification can you tell me what diameter Neodymium Magents you used?? Most are listed in MM and I'm not used to that. Thank for any help you can offer!

  6. Previous owner likes just replaced mirrors and nothing else. Contact me at HarnessDR. Com and validate your needs.
  7. Yes you can. The needs will vary base on the type of new seats you end up getting. As for power, those needs will also vary on the what is landed on the floor connections where your current seats plug into. Check out HarnessDR.com for your needs. https://harnessdr.com/product-category/seat-upgrade/
  8. You’ll need a harness. https://harnessdr.com/product/2014-2019-dl3-tow-mirror-upgrade-pnp-harness/
  9. For anyone needing this HUD Harness, Order this link - https://harnessdr.com/product/2014-2018-silverado-sierra-hud-retrofit-harness/ In the notes, include “2019 - 2021 Truck” for now. I’ll get an appropriate link posted soon.
  10. Here you go. https://harnessdr.com/product/2014-2019-dl8-dl3-mirror-upgrade-pnp-harness/ https://harnessdr.com/product/gm-power-fold-switch-23154702/ If you just plug mirrors in, none of the lights will work.
  11. Here you go. https://harnessdr.com/product/2014-2019-dl8-dl3-mirror-upgrade-pnp-harness/ https://harnessdr.com/product/gm-power-fold-switch-23154702/ If you just plug mirrors in, none of the lights will work.
  12. Here you go. 2014 - 2019: DL8 - Tow Mirror Upgrade: DIY Kit - Harness Dr. - DIY Done Right 2014 - 2019: DL8 - TOW Mirror Upgrade PnP Harness - Harness Dr. - DIY Done Right
  13. My apologies. Yes, you can just plug in the new mirrors and adjust/heat will work. Those harnesses in the link will get the lights to work.
  14. Here you go. https://harnessdr.com/product/2014-2015-silverado-sierra-fog-light-harness/
  15. What about this? https://harnessdr.com/product/2014-2019-silverado-sierra-x7-auxiliary-upfitter-harness/
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