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FuturisticMC

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About FuturisticMC

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    Derek
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    Ohio
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    2013 Silverado 1500 LT 4x4

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  1. These are the mirrors i have on a 2013 silverado 1500 LT. https://boostautoparts.com/collections/tow-mirrors/products/2007-5-2013-gm-tow-mirrors?variant=43621212039 I will restate my question also, I am trying to make my reverse lights come on with the cargo light switch, WHILE I am in other gears then park. The reverse lights I am talking about are: The ones on the mirrors, the ones in the taillights, and the cargo lights will be on also. Attached pictures show all of my reverse lights turned on, and the cargo light switch(the dimple lookin thing) which turns on the cargo lights when turned all the way to the right.
  2. Will the fuse box be visible when I remove the glove box? This is on a 2013 silverado 1500
  3. Is it possible to simplify these instructions or word them differently? For example there isnt a fuse block on the passenger side, is F10 the fuse number? Do you mean open or remove the glove box by "lower"?
  4. I think im gonna sit down and look at it to but I don't have time either right now haha
  5. Alright thanks a lot
  6. Thanks, I'm not trying to annoy i'm just making sure you had remembered.
  7. You got that info yet?
  8. Oh I was wondering since it's been a while
  9. Just making sure you haven’t forgot about this
  10. Anywhere I can find one for free? I have the electrical schematic manual for the whole truck but those aren't real good at showing the exact location of things. 2013 silverado 1500 4x4 lt
  11. What you could so is just get a different set of wheels with more of a negative offset. But since a 7.5 inch lift can clear 35's it looks like you could go with a .5 inch spacer and not have any rubbing on the fender well. It depends on what kind of stance you want, if you want to be wide then go with a 1 inch but you'll have to put 3 inch spacers on the rear to have them track the same which isn't good for the bearings. A good way to tell what you need is put something between the hub and wheel like some washers on the lug nuts and and slightly tighten it down and see what you got then measure how thick the washers are when you've decided.
  12. I have the LEDS in the mirrors wired to the reverse lights so they come on every time it's in reverse. But yes I would like to bypass this.
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