Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'accessories'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • GM-Trucks.com Original News & Product Reviews
    • The Newsroom
    • The Garage
  • Fullsize Truck & SUV - 2019+ T1XX Platform
    • T1XX Speculation & Spy Shots
    • 2019/2020 Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra
    • 2020 Chevy Silverado HD & GMC Sierra HD
    • 2020 Chevy Suburban / Tahoe & GMC Yukon / Denali
  • Fullsize Truck & SUV - 2014-2019 K2XX Platform
    • 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra
    • 2015-2019 Suburban/Tahoe & Yukon/Yukon Denali
    • 2015-2019 Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra HD
  • Fullsize Truck & SUV - 1999-2006 GMT800 & 2007-2013 GMT900 Platforms
    • 1999-2013 Silverado & Sierra 1500
    • 2000-2014 Silverado & Sierra HD
  • Chevy Colorado & GMC Canyon
    • 2015-2020 Chevy Colorado & GMC Canyon
    • 2005-2012 Chevy Colorado & GMC Canyon
  • Midsize Crossover - 2017-2019 C1XX Platform
    • 2017-2019 Traverse, Acadia, Enclave & XT5
    • 2019+ Blazer
  • Classic Chevrolet / GMC Pickup Trucks
    • 1988-1999 Chevrolet & GMC C/K GMT400 Platform
    • 1973-1987 Chevrolet & GMC Square Body / Rounded Line Pickups
    • 1967-1972 Chevrolet & GMC Glamour / Action Line Pickups
    • 1960-1966 Chevrolet C/K/Apache & GMC 1000-3000 Pickups
    • 1982-2005 Chevrolet S-10/Blazer & GMC S15/Sonoma/Jimmy
    • 1969-1994 Chevrolet K5 Blazer & GMC Fullsize Jimmy
  • Marketplace
    • For Sale/Wanted
    • Member & Vendor Rating Forum
    • Member Product Reviews
  • GM-Trucks.com is supported by
    • 1AAuto.com
    • Adam's Premium Car Care
    • Agri-Cover
    • Arnott Air Suspension
    • Black Bear Performance
    • GMPartsDirect.com
    • UPR Products
  • The Lounge
    • Off-Topic
    • Automotive Industry & Market Discussion
    • New Member Introductions
    • Meetups, Events, & Gatherings
    • GM-Trucks.com Comment Box
  • Hobbies & Lifestyle
    • Photography
    • Major League Sports, Outdoor Recreation, Firearms, Hunting, OHRV
    • Racing, Strip, & Track
    • Trailers, Hitches, & Towing
    • Garage & Home, Snow Plowing, Landscaping, & Lawn Care
    • Technology, Devices, & Gaming
    • Vehicle Buying, Financing, Incentives, & GM Card
    • Vehicle Builds
  • Technical & Advanced
    • Vehicle Appearance, Care, & Maintenance
    • Ask the GM Technician
    • Performance Engine Tuning
    • Transmission, Suspension, Transfer Case, & Axles
    • Wheels, Tires, & TPMS
    • Audio, Electronics, OnStar, MyLink, Intellilink & SiriusXM
    • How-To
  • Chevrolet, GMC, Buick & Cadillac Crossovers
    • 2013-2017 Buick Encore & Chevrolet Trax
    • 2009-2017 Chevrolet Equinox & GMC Terrain
    • 2018 Chevrolet Equinox & GMC Terrain
    • 2007-2016 Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia, Buick Enclave, & Saturn Outlook
    • 2001-2008 Chevrolet TrailBlazer, GMC Envoy & Buick Rainier
  • Commercial Vehicles
    • 1980-2009 Chevrolet Kodiak and GMC Topkick
    • 1996-2018 Chevrolet Express & GMC Savana
    • 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 4500HD/5500HD/6500HD
  • Black Truck Club's Topics
  • Texas Owner's Group's Topics
  • South Carolina Silverado Owners's Topics
  • Midwest Owner's Group's Topics
  • Canadian Owners Club's Welcome
  • SCUBA divers of GM-Trucks's Scuba Talk
  • Red Truck Club's Topics
  • New England Owner's Group's Topics
  • Idaho Sierra & Silverado Owners Club's Idaho

Calendars

  • Events
  • Birthdays
  • Texas Owner's Group's Events
  • Midwest Owner's Group's Events
  • Red Truck Club's Events

Categories

  • Articles
  • News
  • Reviews
    • Project Sierra
  • Resources

Categories

  • RPO Codes

Found 6 results

  1. The Merva Brothers Founders, GM-Trucks.com February 27th, 2019 When you take delivery of a brand new 2019 Silverado, you'll be faced with a few choices beyond which trim level or options you want. You'll also be asked which accessories you want to be installed on your truck before it rolls off the sales floor. Most GM accessories can even be factored into the sale price and financed. So, we're setting off to try out some of these certified accessories that are available for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado. Our goal is to let you know if they are worth the cash or if you should take a pass. We've always loved the look of a blacked out bowtie and the idea of one that lights up seemed too cool to pass up. So we headed to our local dealership and ordered the 2019+ Illuminated & Blacked out front bowtie. Here's how it went and what we think. What is it? Chevrolet Illuminated Grille Bowtie Emblem in Black Part Number: 84069488 MSRP: $275.00 Manufacturer Website: https://accessories.chevrolet.com/ Main Features Doesn't effect your factory warranty Direct replacement for the standard gold bowtie Same quality as original parts Wiring harness is plug & play and matches factory wiring Here's the bowtie and grille as it came from the factory. Installation The first step to install the illuminated bowtie (or the non-illuminated black bowtie) is to remove the front grille. The grille on our LTZ was easy to take once we understood how it was fastened to the body. The entire process runs around 30 mintues We'll be covering how to remove the grille on the 2019 Silverado in detail soon. A plastic trim removal set makes this process much easier. After a little bit of pulling and careful prying, the entire front grille section comes off. Note the grille can be removed without having to take off any body panels or reach under the vehicle. This is a huge improvement over past Silverado generations, which required more disassembly to access the grille mounting hardware. The grille is a solid unit. Switching it out with another trim level's grille would be easy at this stage. This is also a good time to clean up the grille. To remove the factory bowtie, release four tab clips on the backside of the grille. One is inside of the support post where you will also run the bowtie's wiring harness. We popped out the bowtie and cleaned behind it before installing the new one. It was filthy underneath! The included wiring harness plugs into the driver's side headlight harness. It then snakes through the radiator opening and clips to the bumper. We found it easier to run the wire through the grille and connect it to bowtie, THEN snap the bowtie to the grille afterwards. Attempting to plug the harness into the bowtie after it is mounted on the grille turns out to be extremely difficult. We tested the bowtie to make sure it lit up properly before we attached the grille back onto the truck. Our Impressions Installation of the illuminated bowtie turned out to be pretty easy provided we used the right tools. Our plastic trim kit was invaluable during the process, allowing us to pry and remove pieces without scratching them. The kit also didn't come with instructions, so make sure to ask your dealer for a set of them when you buy it. They can print it out for you. The quality of the bowtie is on par with other factory parts and matches accordingly. The wiring harness looks similar to those already running under the hood giving the final fit a factory feel. So while the look and feel of the product is excellent the actual performance of the illuminated bowtie left us wanting more. We expected an illumination effect with a similar brightness to our DRL lighting. Instead, the bowtie glows a dull white at light. During the day or bright sunlight the illumination effect disappears completely. We do appreciate that the color temperature of the bowtie matches the headlights and DRLs. The MSRP of $275 is steep for the eventual lackluster performance. Excellent build quality, plug and play performance, a factory look, and no warranty interference offset the price to an extent. If you want a quality replacement for your gold bowtie that adds a little more flare to your 2019 Silverado, the Illuminated Black Bowtie could be right for you. If you're looking for a bright centerpiece that stands out with the same intensity as your other lighting, this may not fit your bill.
  2. Members just wanted to pass along another Hot Sale item. Keyless Entry Keypad Here is the information from GM: "This Keyless Entry System features a keypad that allows you to lock/unlock your vehicle using a five-digit PIN rather than a key or a key fob. Must be equipped with factory Remote Keyless Entry." Personal note, after coming from my F150 a few years ago, this is one of the items I personally never realized how much I used until I did not have it. Nice to be able to lock/unlock the truck at times when you don't have your keys handy. Only bad news, this only fits the 2017's and up..... From my understanding, they are trying to see what needs to be done to make them work with the 15 and 16's as well..... Limited time price $92.00 shipped to most places in the US Let me know if anyone is interested. Bobby
  3. Members, We are cleaning out some old inventory and we have a good bit of accessories left over for the 07-13 body style trucks and SUVs that we are looking to get rid of at a super low cost. For example we have two sets of DVD headrest in black Vinyl, brand new, unopened that fit 07-13 Silverado, Tahoe, Suburban and Avalanche, along with fitting the 07-13 Sierra, and Yukon (XL). Dealer cost on these are $1406.25, but will sell them for $750.00 shipped to your door step. I have attached a picture of the system. PM us for further details, and to make sure they fit your vehicle. **If anyone has any particular GM accessory in mind for their truck, send us a message and we may have it in stock..... If so, we will make a heck of a deal on it** Thanks Bobby Banner Chevrolet
  4. Hello guys, I'm trading my 2014 crew cab. I have a few items i would like to get rid of. All are priced with shipping included in the U.S. I'm in Birmingham, AL. Items are; Anzo ubar headlamps with chrome housing- 350.00. Installed these on my truck this past summer. Currently has H.I.D bulbs (ballast not included but can include for additional 150, see ballast in pics)) and L.E.D switch back turn signals with resistors. Lighters are projectors of course, and were pretty bright. You would have to adjust according to how your truck sits. Mine was leveled (lowered in rear) so i adjusted them according to that. Chrome door handles and chrome mirror caps. 100.00. Installed these handles and caps in august. Bought the handles used, mirror caps were new. Items in good condition. One of the tabs on one cap broke off during removal, but will still fit and snap in perfectly. 3 sets of floor mats see pictures. $50.00 a set obo. May consider; backflip VP bed cover (5'8 bed)Make an offer I can't refuse. I don't NEED to sell this item, as I could use it for my new truck, but I would like to go a different route with my bed cover. Cover itself is about 3 months old, mounting rails are 2 years old. Subwoofers with under ( ground shaker) seat box and Pioneer amplifier. 550.00. Subs are 2 years old amp is 1 year old. They are 12 in Rockford p2s and the amplifier is a 1600 watt pioneer subs sound damn good, and loud. and again another item I could keep, but looking to go a different route (maybe single ten). Added** Chrome running boards. My new truck is black, and i want the black running boards. really would like to trade someone for some black ones. if not, I'll have to install these because my wife and kids having a rough time climbing into this new truck.
  5. RTIC SoftPak 40 Coolers

    Just got this cooler in from RTIC. Took it on the road with me for two days in my Silverado, and I already love it. Check out the quick video of it that I did in my hotel room. I also own and RTIC 20 cooler and a 20oz and 30oz tumblers. Like them all! Best of all this one was only $150 bucks versus the YETI at over $300! I already order a smaller unit to use as a lunchbox at work, or on my ATV or Motorcycle! https://www.rticcoolers.com/shop/coolers/softpak
  6. Hey y'all , like the topic said I'm looking for a terminal eyelet used on the battery fuse box on a 2015 Silverado 1500 (see attached). I have found the harness number ( Part Number: 23479826) and have been to every battery place around here including 2 dealerships parts department trying to find them. So my question is does anyone know of a part number of these terminals and where i could find them. I'm trying to keep every factory looking and i don't want to have to hack the fuse box just to get 12v off the battery. Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.
×

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.