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  1. Yeah I did mine last week. Got a paint matched AT4 grill to replace the stock chrome one on my 2020. Took me about 4 hours (half that time was spent worrying about breaking something, so I was going super slow and cautious, realistically could be done in 2.5 hours). You've got 3 or 4 bolts on top part of the grill, and at the bottom underneath the trim piece beneath the grill are another 3. (I honestly couldn't get the bottom bolts out...so I ripped the grill out and those 3 bolts broke, which I'm extremely happy about because if I ever have to do the job again, its gonna be so much easier.) In my opinion, there are way too many bolts and tabs all over these pieces. Since removing much of the front end, I only kept about half of the tabs and bolts. Making it so if I need to tackle the grill, it will actually be enjoyable. 1. Remove wheel well cover 2. Remove fender flare (I only removed it about half way, when I went to put it back together, i ended up pulling it all off, because you have to remove all the tabs stuck in the holes with a pliers to reinsert each one back in the fender, then push it back in.) 3. I know pics will be helpful for this and I can upload some if requested, but the bottom lip under the grill, to start pulling that up, starting from the wheel well area, there is an 8mm screw located in the wheel well area near where you pulled the fender up. Once you remove that, itll release that trim to be pulled on. Youll know where the screw should be located, looking at the line in the body of where the trim piece begins. You can start pulling up the big piece of trim that's the lip to the grill. Everything is basically tabs and push pins you yank out. 4. Once you have it all pulled out, lining up with the grill on the side you started with. If you have fog lights, disconnect the wire to them....now follow steps 1-3 on the other side. 5. Now once you have both sides of the bottom lip hanging, and only the center to deal with to detach it from the grill. I couldn't seem to get them detached. I had probably 4 tabs I had to detach from the grill and bottom lip together..after 45 minutes of frustration and a White Claw later....I got pissed and just pulled the grill hard towards me, SNAP!! Those 3 bolts I was saying were at the bottom? Yeah, their plastic surroundings broke. Which released the grill and bottom lip into my hands. It was finally removed! 6. Took the grill and lip inside, finished disconnecting the tabs that kept them together, and put the new grill on and plugged those tabs in. Carried it out, set it back on the bumper, pushed all the tabs and pins back in and then reverse installed everything! Viola!
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  3. I found a company that makes a bypass that only makes the Task Lights work while driving when you turn your brights on.
  4. It's pretty straight forward. I removed the Wheel Well liners, which gave me easy access to the back of the bumper where the fog light covers are. Removed those, popped the new ones in. I bought some speed nuts, #8 bolts, nuts and washers.That was the only hardware I needed to mount them. There is a clear path to lay the wiring harness down, where you then need to run it through the firewall underneath the driver side dash where the BCM you're gonna plug into will be located. Overall, easy install. I had a buddy who was able to program it to the BCM so I did not have to take it to the Dealer. There is an authorization code that the Fog Light kit on Ebay comes with. So, my buddy was able to email the Dealer, and get the access code or whatever he needed to program the fog lights to the truck.
  5. Just installed those Ebay Fog Lights, they fit great! Going to be getting it programmed on Monday. Right now, when I push the button, the system is looking at the button as if it's for the headlights. So it turns on and off my headlights. Will keep you posted after programming
  6. If you have this button, then you have Task Lighting. Task lighting are lights that are located on the outer side of the side view mirror. They are used for "tasks" so when you are in park, and you have that button, you can press the button and it'll turn on those "Task Lights". If you have those, then you have the U12, so you can install fog lights. Let me know if you need more clarification.
  7. I got a 2020 GMC Sierra SLE 5.3, and I took it to a shop and they installed the same 2" Rough Country #1311 part on mine. Been looking for wheels and tires now to switch out the stock wheels/tires. If the SLE and Denali have the same wheel well and stock lift of them, then I know what wheels/tires should fit now without rubbing. Not looking to cut the crap out of my wheel wells. Does anyone know if the Denali has a bigger lift stock than an SLE? If not, then I should be able to get the same sizes as Kyleb.
  8. I have not tried to install mine yet. Planning on doing it this weekend
  9. That's what I was planning on doing. I was more so curious of bolt sizes that fit
  10. Does anyone know the hardware that is required to do the install? I just got my fog light kit in the mail (the one from Ebay).
  11. Definitely interested, just got a 2020 1500 SLE that is pretty much fully loaded, just no leather or fog lights. So, looking to add fog lights. Does anyone know if you need to have the Dealer program them after installed? If so, does anyone know the price point?
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