I thought the same thing about plug n play when I installed the rear cargo lights in my 2020 Silverado 1500 WT but I was wrong. I installed the lights and plugged the wire into the lights and they did not work. I was told by the dealer that I would have to pay them $135 to program my BCM before they would work. On the 110 volt plug there is more missing than the plug, you will also need the inverter.
If you're unable to get your hands in there to pull the red tab to you try using a small screwdriver. Then squeeze the black tab at the wire end of the plug. Needle nose pliers may help here. You appear to be showing the rear of the bed lights, so if you are still unable to unplug the light try removing the light first.
I would rather have the Stanley door opener in the grill if possible instead of hiding it between a metal firewall where its range would be limited. Also, the wire on the BCM for the high beams is a switched ground which turns on a relay under the hood. By hooking up directly to the high beam wire I will not be connecting anything additional directly to the BCM.
I need to know the wire color of the right side high beam headlamp. I have a Stanley Autotrans (garage door opener remote) that is designed to hookup to the high beam wire. I know it is old technology but I have been using it for over 20 years on all of my vehicles and it works fine and is paid for so why change. Also, if I were to go with something else I would have to change it on 5 other vehicles also. Does anyone know the wire color I need?
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