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  1. Low-beam headlights keep burning out after a few months on my 2010 Silverado. Or, so I thought. Been having the low-beams go out every few months. I buy new ones and they work great for a few months. The driver's side low-beam has been out for a few weeks. Then the passenger side low-beam also went out and the same day... the driver's side low-beam came back on. I didn't replace the bulb. They're both out now. I thought I was blowing the bulbs somehow. But, now I'm wondering if it's an electrical issue. But, if that's the case, why do new bulbs always work? Any help is appreciated!
  2. Price update 10/24/19 Replacement Projector LED Headlight in Black Housing Clear Lens. Includes Hikari LED low beam upgrade wired and ready. Plug and play. This is a $500 setup that is ready to go. I got rid of the truck so no need for these anymore. Asking $150+shipping. -Direct Bolt On Replacement For Your Original Headlights, No Wiring or Any Other Modification Needed. - DOT & SAE Approved. This is plug and play with: 2015-2019 Chevy Suburban 2015-2019 Chevy Tahoe Compatible on Models w/ Factory Halogen Headlights Only. One headlight has a light scratch but if you took to a professional detailer they could likely sand it a little and buff it away to look new. The one picture shows it on what would be the passenger side just to the right of the ELLED band. No impact on lighting and with some professional polishing would probably just disappear.
  3. Hello all, I’m kind of wondering, has anybody ever installed this DRL kit from Diode Dynamics? It basically lets you choose between amber and white LEDs. Yesterday I came across a 2016+ Silverado with amber LEDs at night and it was sick!! Might be looking to make something similar but I want to see more pictures of this kit installed and hear anything someone might have to say about the quality. here’s a video:
  4. I have a 2015 GMC Yukon with condensation in the right and left front headlight assemblies. My turn indicator stopped working which usually indicates a burned out bulb. I did not notice the condensation and I took my Yukon to the dealership for what I thought was going to be a simple bulb replacement. The headlight assemblies are completely sealed which requires the replacement of the complete lamp assembly if a bulb filament burns out. The dealership told me the bulb malfunction is likely caused by the condensation. Since my visit to the dealership yesterday, the turn indicator has worked intermittently. A call back to the dealership with the update and the response was that the condensation likely caused corrosion and still needed to be replaced. They advised me the other headlight was likely to malfunction as well. It is obviously an ongoing issue since the technical service bulletin was modified to include 2016-17 models. GMs technical service bulletin notes that if certain conditions are noted (such as in my case), the replacement of the lamp assembly may not correct this condition. The condensation covers the entire lens. I live in Florida and there is little temperature differential and we have mid to high humidity most of the time. The dealership quoted me $1256 for parts and labor to replace the headlight assembly PER SIDE. Tech Service Bulletin.pdf Tech Service Bulletin.pdf Tech Service Bulletin.pdf Tech Service Bulletin.pdf
  5. Does anyone know if the OEM HID headlight housings, ballast, etc are plug-and-play? If I found a 2015 donor truck with OEM HID headlights, could I easily swap the housings with my halogen housings? Disconnect the HID harness/ballast and install them on my truck?
  6. I just recently purchased a 2017 GMC Yukon XL Denali, with the 6.2L engine. I noticed the stock low beams are not that bright, as well as that sometimes they produce a white output and others become yellow. I had both of my headlights with assembly’s replaced under warranty and still is occurring. Has anyone ever experienced this issue, or been able to noticeably see their headlights change from white to yellow?
  7. Lighting is very important for driving. In fact, every car has headlight bulbs as the driving lights. Headlight bulbs are really useful while driving on the road. Car headlights, also known as automotive headlamps, car LED daytime running lights. They function as the eyes of the car. The headlights are not only related to the external image of a car owner but also closely related to safe driving at night or in bad weather conditions. The use and maintenance of the headlights cannot be negligible. Headlight Bulbs Evolution Halogen Headlight Bulbs Conclusion LED headlight bulbs are really good replacements of the halogen headlight bulbs. When you choose the LED headlights, please check the light source, size, heat dissipation, and the canbus driver. Make sure you have the best quality and get them installed. If you have any problems, check our steps above to try yourselves first. You will really enjoy driving with the LED headlights. We have different blogs on LED lights, please read on to know more.
  8. I replaced my pass side light bulb about 5 months ago with the same type of halogen bulbs that they come with out of the factory and one day i realized that the same side as before went out. Before that one went out i had a set of after market LED lights. these to be exact https://www.amazon.ca/Lumen-9012HLC-G7-LED-Performance-Bulbs/dp/B01N5Q0TMA i ran those LED's on my truck and they looked great! everything was plug and play they lasted for about 4 months when my pass side bulb gave out on those too. when i took out the bulb to inspect it one of the LED diodes was blown out. I wasn't too surprised by that because sometimes after market parts can be a bit cheaper quality. But when my OEM halogen bulbs went out. thats 3 sets of bulbs in less than 2 years. I am just wondering. Is this bad luck?? Have any of you had this issue before?? if you did what was causing it?? any troubleshooting tips?? I really dont want to keep buying light bulbs every 5 months even the halogen bulbs are a little expensive
  9. I know a few people have had this issue with their HIDs jiggle in the projector housing so I figured id make some videos and put them on youtube for all to see. I talked to GM Canada and they wanted me to drop my truck off for a full day to diagnose the problem and pay out of pocket. Im now thinking its a better idea to put LED's in instead. Has anybody done this before? Ive found lots of videos of the 2014/2015 LED conversion but nothing for the 2018. Thank you.
  10. Faulty headlights are one of the things to blame for accidents on the road. Thus, for you to stay away from road accidents or get pulled over by traffic enforcers, you should see to it that your car’s headlight bulbs are in good working order. It’s advisable that you do regular maintenance or changing of your headlight bulbs. There are indications to look out for when your headlight bulbs are not in excellent working condition. The Importance of Headlight Ford Headlight Bulbs Headlights are an essential part of any vehicle because they ensure safety when you’re driving on the road. They make sure that you see the road clearly and for other motorists, as well as pedestrians, to see you. Your car headlight bulbs also provide you with good visibility to see if there are any hazards such as a slippery road or road blockage. It might sound understandable, but some people still fail to take into account the importance of headlights. Common Headlight Problems One of the most common issues of car headlights is a broken switch. In this case, you’ll have difficulty switching between headlight modes. The lights may come on and off or may have problems on how a particular mode do its function. Another obvious sign of faulty headlight bulbs is if they only provide dim illumination or they don’t turn on at all. Problems in your car headlights are safety hazards that you need to take seriously and find solutions. Halogen vs. HID vs. LED Headlight Bulbs There are different types of headlight bulbs that you can find in the market today. It’s crucial that you know about them so that you’ll have the best buy. Read on below for a comparison between the common types of headlight bulbs: LED, Halogen, and HID. Halogen Headlights HID Headlights LED Headlights Advantages Affordable Dimmable Easy to Replace Universal Farther Reach Use Less Power Brighter Light Longer Lifespan Energy-Efficient Small Size Brighter Doesn’t Have Strong Glare like HID Disadvantages Energy Intensive Prone to Overheating Extra Sensitive Strong Glare More Expensive than Halogen More Expensive Difficult to Fit Halogen Headlight Bulbs High Beam Halogen light is an advanced form of incandescent light. It’s composed of a combination of nitrogen and argon gases that are contained within a heat-resistant package that also has tungsten filament. From the car’s battery, the electrical charge is delivered to the tungsten filament, which then heats at around 2,500 degrees Celsius to create light. This procedure is called the incandescence process. HID Headlight Bulbs For almost two decades, the halogen bulb went without a rival as the standard headlight bulbs for vehicles. However, when the HID or high-intensity discharge lamp came, the dominance of halogen bulbs was threatened. HID bulbs use xenon gas to start its illumination process. People often preferred it over halogen bulbs because of its high-intensity light and color temperature. HID lights have the same function as neon lights. The electrical charge passes through a gas-filled tube with electrodes at both endpoints. Then, the opposite electrodes stimulate the halide salts and xenon gas contained in a quartz enclosure to create illumination. LED Headlight Bulbs LED or light-emitting diode differs widely from all the headlights mentioned when it comes to its lighting process. In LED headlight bulbs, negative electrons pass through holes in a semiconductor to generate light. When electrons enter a low-energy hole, there will be a release of photons. This method is called electroluminescence process that occurs at a frequency of a thousand times per second. Difference Between Low Beam & High Beam T1 headlight bulbs In most vehicles, there are what you call low-beam and high-beam headlights. It’s a must that you know about what are the purpose and functions of both for you to use your lights properly. A low beam is also called a passing beam or dipped beam. It provides limited light so that it does not dazzle other oncoming motorists. Drivers switch on to low beam, especially if there are other vehicles on the road. A low beam headlight is directed either sideward or downward to provide road visibility with less glare at night. High beam is also called full beam and main beam. The high beam provides bright light to maximize the distance of visibility of the driver. When the high beam is on, its light is directed in front of the road. When one is in the middle of the road, the other oncoming vehicles may not see that people and accident may happen, because of the high beam you turned on. That is because the intense high beam will glare the oncoming vehicles. It’s not suitable to use high beam when there are other vehicles and people on the road. That’s why you should take care when using high beam because it can dazzle other motorist and can cause accidents. How to Adjust Your Car Headlights There are times that your car headlights are misaligned, thereby not providing the illumination that you want when you’re driving on the road. Therefore, it’s advisable that you know how to adjust it so that you will prevent accidents. Follow the Steps: Step 1: Level Your Car The first step to do when adjusting your car headlight is to remove any extra weight from your car trunk. You should also make sure that the tires are leveled on the ground. Then, you can check if the headlight aim is at the zero position. Step 2: Position Your Car Next is to position your car on a level ground ten to fifteen feet from a-dark wall. You should ensure that the front of the car is directed to the wall. You can do it in a paved driveway or a level parking lot for that purpose. Step 3: Turn the-Headlights On Mark the vertical and horizontal center lines of the headlight-beams with masking tape to create two T’s on the wall. In this stage, avoid using high beam or fog lights. Step 4: Ensure the Lights-are Level Use a carpenters level between the two marked lines to determine if they’re level. If they’re not-even, use-a steel tape to measure the distance of the lower mark if it goes much higher up the wall and lowers it to attain the same height as the other marker. Both center lines should not go beyond 3.5 feet from the ground. Step 5: Adjust the Lights Put the car on the reverse, 25 feet away from the wall. It’s a must to use a tape measure to know the distance from the wall. Then, turn off the lights. Get rid of the trim ring and find the adjusters. After that, adjust the vertical and horizontal screws, and see if the light is leveled on the marker on the wall. Adjust headlight bulbs In Conclusion The headlight is an essential part of your car. Thus, you should know how to properly use them and do regular maintenance and adjusting to prevent accidents on the road. You can take some knowledge from this article on how to make the best use of your car headlights. Also, we have different blogs about lighting and vehicle modifications, if you are interested, please read on.
  11. I wanted to get the pulse of how many people have successfully had their Denali/LED headlamps painted? I am very interested in doing mine but have 2 major concerns due to the cost of these OEM lights: - Is it REALLY possible to get these re-sealed adequately to the point I should have little to no concern of condensation ever occurring after spending some serious money to have these painted? - Speaking of serious money, what is a reasonable amount to expect to pay? I know you can infinitely increase the cost of these projects by adding different LED switchbacks, different projectors, doing intricate paintings vs. just satin black everything, etc. What I'm wanting falls somewhere in the middle. I want to upgrade the LED switchback module (bc why not if I'm already in $$$ to crack them open?) which runs around $150 I believe, and I want a simple Satin black + (maybe) a portion color-matched as well (still on the fence) as well as the GMC stamped in the chrome of the headlamps to be the red color of the emblems. Does anyone have any input/feedback/advice/recommendations on this? If I have it done, I'd potentially be willing to send them off to someone to have them done, but shipping is a major added cost. Is there anyone in on of the following locations (that is highly recommended as well as reasonable??): Houston, TX - Where I live Austin, TX San Antonio, TX Dallas, TX Ft. Worth, TX Baton Rouge, LA Oklahoma City, OK Any and all comments are highly appreciated!
  12. I wanted to share a couple of warranty repairs that I went in for last week. As many have shared, NAV stopped working due to SDCARD no longer able to be found (display error message). The resolution to this was replacement of the SDCARD slot assembly. The techs indicated there is a tech bulletin about slot assemblies that did not allow the card to seat securely. No problems since the replacement. Also, everyone has been flashing me with their headlights at night (them thinking my brights were on). Dealer under warranty dropped the low beams 2” which interestingly enough, is the lift amount on the AT4. The service writer did not go “on record” by staying this is a common problem, but the tech said he does not think they have a process on the line to realign the low beams for AT4’s.
  13. Looking for a passenger side LTZ style headlight for my high country. Anyone have one with all tabs in place in good condition? Thanks, Keagan
  14. I have a pair of factory headlights with diode dynamics switchback leds and morimoto hids. The hids are incredibly bright and the switch leds are bright as well. Also installed is the Klearz amber delete. The amber you see in the pic is an amber colored bulb. Can ship, buyer pays shipping cost. I can box them in the Anzo headlight boxes. $500.00 OBO
  15. I have a pair of factory headlights with diode dynamics switchback leds and morimoto hids. The hids are incredibly bright and the switch leds are bright as well. Also installed is the Klearz amber delete. The amber you see in the pic is an amber colored bulb. Can ship, buyer pays shipping cost. I can box them in the Anzo headlight boxes. $500.00 OBO
  16. Hello all, I am thinking of upgrading my stock halogen headlights to something that is brighter(either led or hid) and has slightly more throw on my 2015 silverado 1500. I was wondering what brands are reputable and reliable. I am looking for something that requires little to almost no modification of the factory harness. If anyone can point me in the right direction or provide thier own opinions it would be greatly appreciated
  17. LED headlight bulbs become the best replacement for the factory halogen bulbs. However, when choosing and replacing the LEDheadlight bulbs, you will find some problems. Why Choosing LED Headlight Bulbs? LED headlight bulbs are known to offer more benefits as compared to other standard bulbs. LED headlights are widely used to upgrade halogen bulbs in vehicles. LED headlight bulbs are known to be highly energy efficient. They use less power to produce the same amount of light output as halogen bulbs. LED headlight bulbs consume less than 60% of the total energy required to power a halogen bulb. This means your car will need less fuel to run the alternator. In addition, using LED saves power for other electrical devices such as the stereo and phone. LED headlight bulbs also have a longer lifetime as compared to halogen bulbs. If they are supplied with the right amount of power, they offer at least 20,000 working hours. This saves your money since you don’t have to replace them regularly. These headlight bulbs also have an outstanding optical performance. You can easily control the direction of the light to maximize visibility. This allows you to direct the beam of light at a low angle to avoid causing glare or blinding the drivers in oncoming vehicles. Vehicles with LED headlight bulbs produce a brighter beam of light than halogen bulbs. This gives you move visibility especially at night and during bad weather such as snow. Better visibility enables the driver to make proper judgment and avoid unnecessary accidents. The LED headlight bulbs are also easy to install. You can buy and an LED retrofit-kit which allows you to replace the halogen bulbs in a few steps. The bulb doesn’t require any modification in the wiring of your headlights and it doesn’t affect the performance of other electrical components. How to Fix the Problems When Upgrading The Headlights? It is easy to upgrade your headlights with LED headlight bulbs. However, you can encounter various problems if you don’t use the right LED headlight bulbs. Low-quality LED bulbs have poor performance and they can cause some safety issues. Some cheap bulbs are not designed with safety in mind and you will notice that some of them produce an extremely bright light beam. Strong light causes glare and makes it difficult for other drivers to see. Such LEDs can cause eye problems and even accidents at night. LED headlight bulbs are known to produce less heat but they can also overheat when used for a long period of time. Some low-cost LED bulbs lack small fans and heat sinks for heat dissipation. Such bulbs should not be used in headlights since they can overheat and fail after some time. Flicker or Dashboard Warning? When you install LED headlights on vehicles without Canbus, they will work perfectly without adding any additional driver. However, you can experience some problems if your vehicle uses a Canbus (Controller Area Network Bus). Canbus checks the electrical components of your vehicle and sends their status to the control unit. You might encounter problems such as dashboard error that notifies you that the bulb is out, flickering of the headlights, bulbs not lighting up or even low light beam. Therefore, it is advisable to check if your vehicle has Canbus before upgrading any electrical component. But it is easy to fix these problems. Just buy an appropriate Canbus Driver for your vehicle and install it after replacing the bulb. It is advisable to use some LED bulbs series such as the T1 and W series since they come with Canbus drivers. These bulbs series are a better option when it comes to replacing halogen bulbs with LED headlights, and you do not know if your car is equipped with the Canbus system. Check the Factory Bulb Type But Still Cannot Put The New One In? Before you buy led bulbs, you have to check your car manual or ask an expert so that you can select the right bulb type. However, some LED headlight bulbs cannot be 100% installed in some vehicles even if you choose correct bulbs with the right plug-type fitting. Vehicles such as BMW, Audi, Mercedes-Ben, Volkswagen, Buick, Hyundai, and others that needs H7 led bulb for high beam or low beam need to use the special bulb holder. If the factory H7 bulbs have the bulb holders, you can use them on the new LED headlight bulbs. But some factory bulbs and bulb holders are fixed together. So you may need to purchase the bulb holders according to your vehicle type. Fortunately, Auxbeam provides you with H7 LED bulb holders that can allow you to fit LED headlight bulbs in these vehicles. Auxbeam has got every H7 LED bulb holder ready for you to choose. After you have purchased the LED headlight bulbs and the H7 led bulb holders, you should make the right connections on the terminals to avoid damaging the headlights. The Factory Dust Cover Cannot Fit In. Dust cover is an important item in the headlights since it prevents dust from getting into the bulbs. Dust can hinder heat dissipation and make the bulbs to fail. You can buy the right LED headlight bulbs but discover that the installation process cannot be completed since the cover cannot be reinstalled. Some LED headlights are usually designed with a bigger heatsink. The heat sink occupies most space and it doesn’t allow the rubber dust cap to be reinstalled. You can also get an LED headlight with a massive fan which occupies more space. The big fan gets too close to the dust cover and this prevents it from getting sufficient airflow. This hinders the fan from functioning properly and the bulb can get too hot and fail prematurely. Some people try to solve these problems by drilling a hole on the dust cover and trimming some parts to accommodate the massive heat sink. However, this is a bad approach since it is time-consuming and you can accidentally damage some components. All the components of an LED are important and there is no way you can remove the big heat sink or fan from the bulb. These components provide cooling which determines the durability and light stability of the bulb. In addition, the headlights require a dust cover and you can’t do away with it if you want your bulbs to last for a long period of time. You can choose Auxbeam T1 series or A2 LED headlight bulbs. They are designed in small bulb size. Thus, you dust cover will fit in. The reliable solution is to use the Auxbeam headlight dust cover which fits perfectly in all types of vehicles. This dust cover accommodates LED headlights with large heat sinks or large fans for cooling the bulb. Conclusion There are many different situations why the LED headlight bulbs do not be installed and work normally. Sometimes, it is not the LED headlight bulbs have some problems. There are some little problems and accessories you also need for your vehicles. If you want to know some other problems that do not mention here, you can tell us and we will try to help you fix that. If you want to know more about LED lighting and vehicle modified parts, please read on to know more.
  18. Yes i just bought a 2015 gmc sierra in kentucky and the truck after purchase turns out the truck was from canada and i bass fish and when at the ramp i need to be able to turn my headlights off but apparently they have a law where the headlights stay on. Is this a programmed thing or is there something i can do to fix them. Any help would be much appreciated.
  19. I recently bought a 2015 blacked out sierra. Base model. And I feel(like others on here) the headlights were inadequate. Furthermore, my passenger bulb just went out. So I was curious what ideas and experiences others have had with bulb upgrades or replacements? I do not know much of the workings of the stock headlights, but they do have the projector housing. I am going to check out retrofitsource, because I would like a bright HID setup or something. I would also like to add angel eyes to the housing. I have seen some sites to purchase from, so any input on that would be appreciated. thanks, Matt
  20. Hey guys. One of the LT trucks was traded in for a 2018 a couple weeks ago. As such, these *replica* projector lights I purchased for it are no longer needed. I bought them as an upgrade for an LT truck but did not get around to installing before the truck was traded in. The headlights have never been put on a truck. They are replicas, but seem to be OE quality. Compared them side by side a buddy's High Country and there is no noticeable difference. Even the dust caps look the same, minus the GM stamp of course. See the photos for yourself! Please note, they have a protective plastic wrap on in the photos. Pretty much flawless underneath the wrap. Unlike cheap replicas or other cheap projector housings, THESE USE FACTORY H11 LOW BEAM BULBS AND 9005 HIGH BEAM BULBS. Direct swap for any 2014 or 2015 Silverado. Thank you for your interest. Would prefer local pick up but would consider shipping. Big boxes. Asking $300 obo plus shipping if we go that route. The lights are currently at my parents' residence and would be available for shipment Monday June 2.
  21. Does anyone know the torque specs on a 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 headlight assembly and grill assembly. I replaced them both and wondering if their are torque specs on them. I couldn't find any online. I assume I just torque them to a tight fit. Any help would be appreciated.
  22. On my 2017 Z71 1500 I noticed the color matching headlight cover was coming off. Any recommendations on how to fix?
  23. Hi All - Wondering if anyone has had the chance to peel apart and look into the 16-18 silverado headlights. I would like to pull mine out and add some style to it. I have only ever customized motorcycle lights. I dont want to just for fun tear apart a 800 dollar light quite yet...unless nobody has done it yet. Ideas - Would like to add halo/angel eyes. Add demon eyes. Remove amber reflectors...possibly more Cheers!
  24. I have a 2014 Gmc Sierra SLT and I am trying to figure out the dimensions of the stock OEM headlight projector lens? Just the actual lens itself? Does anyone have 1 lying around or if they know of anyone that does that would be awesome. I think it's a 3 inch but I really need to know the focal length which is from the flat part to the top of the round part. All help is appreciated!
  25. Can anyone tell me where the vertical adjustment screws for the low beam projector on a 2016 suburban with stock halogens are? I recently retrofit the low beam bulbs (which are ridiculously dim) with Morimoto HIDs and need to lower the beams a bit. The Left/Right adjustment is on the back of the assembly, clearly marked and easy to find, but I have not been able to find any adjustment on the headlamp assembly for vertical adjustment, even after removing the plastic air dam that covers the top of the headlamp assemblies. Any suggestions/information much appreciated, Justin
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