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  1. Installed some aftermarket fog lights today and now looking at the wiring. I read where people had direct wired them into the under hood fuse block with a fuse tap. Most seemed to say they used the parking lights. Wouldn’t that make the fogs run all the time that the parking lights are on? i want them to run when the headlights are on so I was thinking I’d do something similar but to the headlight fuse. Am I missing something?
  2. I have a 2007 GMC Sierra with a Duramax LBZ. My fog lights will not come on with the push button. I have checked all the relevant fuses. I removed the under hood relay and jumped from 30 to 87 and both fog lights come on but the indicator on the button does not. One of the other terminals (85 or 86) has full voltage on it. The other has around 10 volts. I read that the BCM (body control module) supplies a ground to this relay. Aside from replacing the BCM, does anyone have helpful advice? Thanks in advance
  3. I just bought my first newish truck, being the 2014 Silverado 2wd z71 lt. It’s got the crew cab with 5.3l under the hood. I’m currently stationed at ft Stewart ga. Im just looking for some help or some advice on some upgrades I’d like to do to this truck and which products might be the best. - I’d like to change the headlights and fog lights from stock. - Put a leveling kit and some new (bigger) a/t tires on it and not sure what size being 2wd. - Change to an aftermarket air intake. - Do something about the shitty stock speakers (without Bose). Wether it be new door speakers and sub(s). Or be just subs and have a separate amp just for door speakers. Do I need a processor to hook up to stock 8” head unit. - How do I add any app or navigation to this stock 8” head unit - Exhaust? - How to get more performance from the truck. Anything would help, Thanks
  4. Hello everyone, This is my first post and I am happy to be here. 'Read many other threads on this forum and I know I'm in good company with ya'll. I searched, and scoured the web (and this forum), and could not find a thread or post that throughly covered the topic of Original Equiptment lighting. Maybe there is a Chilton's or a Haynes Book that covers this? This question popped into my thoughts as I began shopping for an overhead light bar. Of course, lumen, beam flood angle, and beam throw distance were the first specs I poured over, but then I thought about Kº (light temperature in Kelvin degree). It might be cool if this new light added to the truck would match the existing. (I'm pretty happy with the factory lighting choices on my SLE). So I pulled the headlight bulb to find a PHILLIPS hHIR2 LL 55W 9012 LL, Made in Germany. (See photos). When I compare the various replacement bulbs offered by Autozone, the replacements can range from 3000, 3200, 4100, to 4200º Kelvin. This thread might be helpful to others working on interior lighting, or other lighting as well. Anyone out there have professional photography equipment that can meter, or sense color temperature? Are different trucks different temps? Thanks for any info involving measurements, photos, specs, or thoughts that might be helpful to me or to US as a community of owners and technicians. Hopefully this thread could help others too. Thank you.
  5. Hi Forum, I have been looking for an aftermarket upgrade for the fog lights on my 2014 Silverado. I already have the bulb size but have had no luck in finding any kind of an upgrade, just OEM replacements from Sylvania and Philips, along with some LED options which I am not sure would emit the same beam pattern due to the halogen housing the stock bulb came in. Any suggestions for an aftermarket fog light replacement bulb?
  6. Hey guys my SLE didn't come with fog lights and I want rigid d2 pods. Has anyone fully instllaes oem switch and fog harrness ? I've read plenty of forums but can't find a complete install info.
  7. I have a 2014 GMC sierra work truck and i am trying to upgrade from the less than desirable trim bezels to the fog lights. I have the fog lights themselves, but I am having a hard time getting to the bezels under the truck(its far in the bumper with a lot metal covering up the screws). My question: do I have to take the entire bumper apart to get to them?
  8. As the title says, I'm looking for both fog light bezels for the new Sierra. If you've removed yours, bought a new bumper, wrecked a bumper etc etc etc I would like to buy both from you. Located in Ontario, Canada 22902335 -RIGHT W/ FOG LAMP 22902334 -LEFT W/ FOG LAMP
  9. Hello all, I have a PIAA 4080 Quattro kit I used on my former 2006 silverado. Worked perfectly for years until removed a few months ago when I sold the truck. Everything from the original kit is for sale. I had to cut one or two of the wires for installation and also for removal. I do not have the original box nor instructions but I assume you could get them from internet or PIAA. They still have road dirt on them as I didn't spend half an hour cleaning them just to sell them. Looking to get $100 shipped or best offer, these are really good lights and need to get used by someone. PM or email me if interested. Will be listing on ebay if nobody interested.
  10. I have a pair of blue granite metallic Silverado 1500 bumper ends with fog light holes. They were on the truck when I got it, I've since switched out for chrome ones. They have some minor scratches but are in good shape. $130.00 shipped anywhere in continental USA.
  11. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced their 2014 windows fogging up more than the 07-13's? My 2010 was great, set it on auto and windows never fogged up. Conditions this morning were 39 degrees and light rain (have seen the same thing around 32 and snow\sleet). Temp set at 73 and auto with A\C button ON. After a couple of miles I notice the windows begin to fog a bit so I hit the defog\defrost button and it clears up pretty quickly but the temp starts to run a bit on the warm side so I go back to auto. A couple of miles down the road, same thing again. Did this 22 miles into work today and on previous days where the conditions were similar. I know and understand that the A\C has to be set to ON to get any real moisture pulled out of the air and in the case of the older trucks when you tried to engage the a\c at lower temps the light would just flash at you and then go off. Not until it reached a much warmer outside air temp would the clutch engage to run the compressor. The 2014's A\C button will light up no matter the OAT (at least as cold as I've seen it in Texas thus far this year. Just was curious if anyone else has seen this behavior regarding fogging and have figured out the best way to run the system without having to switch back n forth.
  12. Here's a link to a tidbit of basic tech for aiming aftermarket fog and/or driving lights. You can click on the image to see the drawing really well, too. As we all know, factory "fog" lights are more cosmetic than functional!: http://www.propickupmag.com/aiming-fogdriving-lights/
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