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DBrach

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    Daniel Kish
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    Dallas, TX
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    2014 Silverado LT Z71

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  1. Excellent condition, zero scratches. $620 - With Phil Gamboa (HarnessDr.) resistor adapter plug for 2014 - 2018 non-LED tail lights OR $440 for just the lights.
  2. Good to know. I've always had the 8" and updated from IO5 to IO6 and yes, had to program the module but not the screen. I updated the photos so thank you. I finally upgraded to the 12.1" Tesla style screen. I'm going off of eBay. Dude on there has sold 22 of them for more than this.
  3. This is a remanufactured 8" HMI Display Link for 2014 - 2018 Silverado $550 THIS FITS THE FOLLOWING VEHICLE APPLICATIONS: 2014 - 2018 GMC Sierra 2015 - 2018 Chevrolet Silverado DESCRIPTION FACTORY OEM STEREO RADIO TOUCH SCREEN RECEIVER ITEM IS IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION ITS FULLY FUNCTIONAL AND GUARANTEE TO FIT AND WORK AS INTENDED WORKS WITH FACTORY BACKUP CAMERA AND STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS THIS HAS A SLIVER FINISH ON THE RADIO Part Numbers: 84096255 84203827, 84638208, 84096258, 84096267, 84096268, 84482488, 23383717, 84133797, 84203826, 84540936 RADIO IS WORKING AND ALL FUNCTIONS AT 100%
  4. Bump - sent you a message a few days ago, please advise.
  5. @bryknicksSo I spent 30 mins this morning working on this and I agree with @kmeleon and there is an exact fine line on setting input gain to the front speakers in order to add some gain WITHOUT creating a deafening door chime and OH, LOUD turn signal . The alpine amp for my door speakers said from the factory to set the gain right in the middle but that blasted the door chime and turn signal. I turned them up only about 3 notches and that gave me the right amount of power to the speakers and keeping the chime and turn signal much closer to factory sound. Hope this helps.
  6. My problem is, if I turn the gain down too much, I basically have zero volume on my front speakers so I'm still at a loss with an extremely loud door chime and turn signal noise!
  7. Is this the Denali cluster? What setting is that, lol, I have the WAMS programmed Denali cluster and I don't recall seeing this menu.
  8. @weatherman3 I'd go with Cognito or Rough Country control arms for your 2-3" level lift.
  9. @Ovie832 The hood is different, the wiring harness for the headlights are different, and there is a plastic sub-frame that is different that you attach the grill too. You will need part number 2 and number 5 from a 2015: If you get it from a salvage yard, they're usually connected together. Oh, you'll also need the fog light connectors. Here's the link to the original post that will give you great details, only you'll follow them in reverse. https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/189473-2015-silverado-to-2016-conversion/
  10. It's not a dumb question to me; it's all personal preference. It is possible, you would literally follow the order of operation in reverse. The only issue that you may run into would be the headlights. I'd reach out to @pgamboa to see if he can make a harness for the headlights in the reverse direction.
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