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  1. Have you seen the Michael J Fox Edition Sierra/Silverado rolling down the road? Looks like the Toyota from Back to the Future. Anyway there is a really cool headlight switch with the option for Off-Road lights. Apparently with a long push of the button the BCM will latch the signal and provide a constant positive signal for triggering a relay. It will also illuminate the icon on the switch as well as send a signal to the cluster illuminating an amber light icon next to the fog light icon or “ORL” in amber. I successfully installed this in my wife’s ‘16 2500 Denali yesterday but from what I’ve read it’s the same for 1/2 tons, HDs, and Colorado/Canyon. The BCM already has Programing for this from the factory but I’m not sure when (how early) it was started. I have a ‘15 3500 that I’ll try soon as well as a friend’s ‘17 2500 to do soon. If the Programing hasn’t been done in my ‘15 I’ll still be able to get the switch to illuminate as well as latch a signal for positive or negative relay signaling using a latching relay. There are several variants of this switch. Some have blue background for ‘17+Up model years and red for ‘16+earlier. Additionally some have the ORL switch without Fogs, and some have no surround backlighting. Here is the video from yesterday’s install..... ......More videos to come for other uses like work lights, incorporating into the X50A, rear facing lights, non programmed trucks..... Pgamboa has been very helpful in discussion about this as well as providing schematic-Thank You!
  2. Radio bezel with switches has minor scratches, the other radio bezel has nasty scratches on top but can still be fixed or vinyl wrapped if u don’t wanna mess your up, bezel with heated/cooled, driver side bezel with 4x4 and headlight switch and passenger bezel set I want 125$ plus shipping <<SOLD THIS SET the other set I want 60$ Plus shipping
  3. I have a 1999 Silverado 1500 LS and my interior courtesy light / dome light does not work properly. I believe the problem is either the door switch or the headlight switch but don't know how to figure it out. I have squirted wd-40 into the door latch with no change. I do not believe this is the problem beause when I open the door the message center flashes security and it goes out when I close the door. So the door switch seems to be working. The headlight switch works somewhat normally. With the dome override on (the dome light is off), I can turn the dome light on by rotating the dimmer switch to the top. With the dome override off the dome light stays on and will not go off. Another thing that seems strange is that the procedures I've read to turn off the daytime running lights does not work for me. Possibly because the headlight switch has a problem. How do I test the headlight switch? It's $60 and I don't want to replace it if it is not the problem.
  4. Could anyone give me their best tips/tricks in order to get the dash bezel off in order to install a new headlight switch? Any videos would be helpful as well. Thanks for your knowledge!
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