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Jackpen7

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    Missouri, USA
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    2016 GMC Sierra Denali 6.2

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  1. I ended up replacing one of my tail light harnesses because one of the wires started coming out of the connector and not making good contact (probably because I messed with it too much but that's a different story). It's pretty easy to replace the harnesses themselves, they're really short and just go to a module next to the spare tire. Since you have factory LED tail lights, your BCM is programmed for that current draw. The aftermarket ones are designed for trucks with the factory halogen option though, so I bet they have load resistors which make them draw as much power as the stock halogens. You might need to have your BCM reprogrammed for the new tail lights to function properly.
  2. A lot of communities / forums have been creating Discord servers for real-time discussion / chatting that doesn't belong in a forum thread. For those of you who don't know what Discord is, it's a chat app with invite-only "servers" that people can discuss stuff in, but instead of a forum it is just like an instant messenger. It's good for less formal type discussion / sharing pics / asking quick questions etc. There's a Discord server for Ram trucks, so I wondered if there was one for GM trucks. If not, has anyone thought about creating one?
  3. I am making a custom tailgate LED strip for my truck and need to tap the 12v switched wires to control the strip. I need separate lines for the turn signals since I'm doing sequential animations for them, so I can't use the trailer connection since brake and turn are combined. The most logical source of these switching inputs seems to be the tail lights.. Does anyone know the pinout for the tail lights, specifically the LED ones? Also, is there a recommended fuse to tap for such an accessory? Thanks!
  4. Ah bummer, thanks for letting me know.
  5. I just got done installing it, it works perfectly with my phone as long as the case isn't on it. With a case, my phone is a tiny bit too wide which makes it not lay flat against the rubber. Does anyone know if there is a way to either mod the existing bezel to be smaller, or a replacement bezel for sale that is smaller? EDIT: I did the trick where you flip the tray around and cut off the little bump that makes it fit one way. My Galaxy S21 Ultra now wirelessly charges perfectly even with the case on.
  6. I went ahead and bought part #13521065 after confirming with Phil that the electrical connections are the same. It was $50 while most of the 1066 chargers are $100+. After a bit of research, I found that the main difference is that 1065 supports 15w fast charging while 1066 does not. I'll post again with my results once I get it and the adapter installed.
  7. I have a 2016 Sierra Denali with factory wireless charging in the lid, but it doesn't work with my Samsung S21 Ultra. I've read that the charging module can be upgraded to work with new phones. 13521066 seems to be the most common part number used, but after looking on Ebay I've found 13521065 which appears to be physically identical. Does anyone know if this model of wireless charger works with my truck, as well as @pgamboa's upgrade harness? Thanks in advance! Update: 13521065 is the wireless charger for the T1XX trucks, but it works perfectly fine in my K2XX with the harness.
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