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  1. Both of the park lights/DRLs on my 2015 Suburban (138k miles) are only half light. As shown in the picture, specifically the outer 4 LEDs on each side. I grabbed this screenshot from a video posted on Youtube with minimal comments as to a fix other then replace by dealer and adding a ground... does anyone else have this problem or found a fix? I have checked the Fuses and relay and all seem to be okay. I also think it is a little bit strange that both sides are out at the same time... YouTube Video (not mine): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDAHWteRDeE
  2. GM-Trucks.com and Sylvania Automotive are teaming up to give away a pair of Cube-X LED Lights! We just installed our own set, so if you are not familiar with the Cube-X just head on over and read our review. It's very easy to enter and costs NOTHING. Just read through our rules, answer a three question survey, post your answers to this thread, and a random winner will be announced on April 16th. Product Description - What We're Giving Away TWO (2) - Sylvania LED Cube - 45 Degree Flood Light SYLVANIA LED CUBE-X Off-Road Wide Flood Light offers 1100 effective lumens at a 45-degree angle. The Wide Flood light is our widest beam pattern, illuminating obstacles, debris and potential hazards. Great for illuminating work sites, too. Unique X-shaped LED accent light for on-road use Intense 6000K off-road 45º wide flood light with 1350 effective lumens Rugged aluminum body designed for optimal thermal conductivity, handles rough off-road environments and resists corrosion Lifetime limited warranty Cube-X assembly Includes: LED module, Mounting bracket, Carriage bolt (M8 x 1 1∕8), Two lock nuts and three split lock washers https://www.sylvania-automotive.com/products/other-lighting/led-off-road/led_cube_flood_45_degree.jsp The Giveaway Rules No purchase necessary as this giveaway is all in good fun and not scientific. To be considered, answer the questions in our Giveaway Poll (below) and post your honest answers in this thread. Any incomplete or illegible responses will disqualified Users may only submit one set of answers. Moderators/Admins/Staff are not eligible On April 16th, 2018 the admins (Zane/Josh) will choose a random winner out of all completed and valid responses. This giveaway thread will close April 15th at 11:59pm eastern. The Sylvania Cube-X Giveaway Poll Answer the following questions as honestly as you can. Please elaborate as much as you feel comfortable. These answers will be used as an informal marketing survey by Sylvania Automotive. Is accessorizing your truck something that you are currently interested and/or investing in? IF YES: What is your to top priority when choosing accessories for your truck? (Quality/Price/Look/Reviews) IF NO: Why not? (No time/money, inexperience, no vehicle) Would you purchase something because it's priced cheaper, regardless of negative reviews, or options of higher-end, better quality products? (YES or NO) Would you purchase an accessory purely based on how it looks? Even if that means the product does not work well or may not work at all? UPDATE- WE HAVE A WINNER
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    Just installed new floor console and added led light that work when you open and close door.
  4. I just wanted to share my light mods I did over the weekend. I used many of your for advice and looking at old threads, so thought I would share the results...for reference, I am one of those guys that doesn't have a ton of tools, so when I get knee deep in a project, I usually don't have all the tools, which makes the jobs a little frustrating (I know what I want to do, but can't because of the resources I have) hope that makes sense. having said that, these two projects went pretty well...and an amateur (like me) could do them. First Camper lights: i tapped into the power wire for my dome light, I got the string lights with remote and color changing from Amazon (around $20). I then glued the lights to a velcro hooks strip and let dry...once they were dry, I hung them around the top. *note, that the glue didn't stick for crap, so I ended up having to use little strips of velcro to hold the lights up from sagging. pics are of the remote and relay box, I put velcro on both so they wont move around when driving. lights wrapped around camper shell (note that the pics look purple, but they are on 'white' setting)... and the left over light, I kept wrapping around to the back near the hinge... LIGHT BAR I also got this light bar, wiring harness and switch with wireless remote as a package deal on amazon (under $40). i also got the split wire conduit from lowes to help protect the wires...I believe that it is well worth it and helps maintain the factory look without having a bunch of wires all over your engine compartment. first pic is where i zip tied the wire and fed it down to the light bar second pic is where i mounted the relay switch...i just used the bottom side of the plastic plug next pic is just showing how indiscreet the wiring is, how I zip tied it to the other wiring harness more wiring (it had PLENTY of wire to I had to loop it around a bit this is a pic of the remote sensor box and the lead to the hard wired switch and finally the switch...this is where i am 'meh' about it...I wasn't originally going to do the hard switch, but thought after the fact...it isnt the cleanest, nor the best...but it is the easiest and gets the job done... I hope these pics are as helpful to someone as this forum has been to me...I will be happy to post links of the stuff I bought if anyone was interested and answer any questions...again, I'm not saying my way is the best way, but I am happy with the way it turned out...but I didn't do anything crazy...enjoy!
  5. I'm looking to add ambient led floor lighting to my 2016 Silverado. Is it possible to tap into the dash board dimmer so the lights can be dimmed with that switch?
  6. First time post and new member but long time reader, This is my problem, I have purchased self adhesive LED strip lighting that I intend to install under the bed rails to light up the bed (I have a tonneau Cover), its dark in there. So I have done my research and I am not incapable at all but I cant find the interior lighting circuit. You see I would like to operate the lights off this circuit for ease of operation, walk up to the truck and hit the key fob and the lights turn on for enough time to get things in and out of the bed then go off by themselves. In my research I have discovered that the wire I am looking for is on Junction Box (61) Instrument Panel - Connector X2 (pin #29). After all that here is my question, were on my truck do I find the Junction Box (61)? I have attached what I have found online so far. Thank you in advance for any and all help! 2014 Electrical section.pdf 2014 Electrical section.pdf 2014 Electrical section.pdf 2014 Electrical section.pdf
  7. Hello GM-TRUCKS! We are Agri-Cover, Inc.

    Hello everyone. This is Logan with Agri-Cover, Inc. We just became sponsors of GM-Trucks.com, and I'm here to help anyone with questions about our products and their trucks. The first product line I want to show you is our ACCESS® Roll-Up Covers. We've been making these soft rolling tonneau covers for 25 years and offer them in several models ranging from our budget TONNOSPORT® to our top-of-the-line Limited Roll-Up Cover. We make these tonneau covers in North Dakota, so we know a bit about extreme weather. You can count on our covers to handle cold winters and hot summers. Also, be sure to check out all our truck bed accessories if you need more from your truck bed. We make cargo management tools, bed carpets, cargo racks and other handy items. Next up are our SNOWSPORT® Utility Plows. These plows work a bit differently from other plows on the market. There are no electrical connections or hydraulics involved in operating the plow. Just drive forward to engage the plow, and back up to disengage the blade. Go forward again to lower the blade and push snow. Watch this new customer review to see what I mean. Here are our ROCKSTARTM Hitch Mounted Mud Flaps. We make them with laser-cut aluminum frames to give a close, custom fit to your truck's bumper. These mud flaps are available in four configurations to let you choose how much protection to give your trailer. The rubber mud flaps are 1/2" thick to handle abuse and resist sailing. Finally, if your headlights can't reach far enough, check out our ACI Off-Road LED Lights. We offer them in spot and flood options with several choices for brightness. Our newest addition, the ACI 120W Off-Road LED Light Bar, produces 10,800 raw lumens with a flood/spot combo beam. If you have any questions for me, hit me up. I'm here to help.
  8. These are just a couple pictures of a project I had tonight. I really like the look of the Raptors LED lights in the Grille but I don't want to put a ford thing on a GM truck. So I took an idea from the NNBS trucks and added a few park lights behind my grill. They are wired right into the park lights on each side of the truck. I will try to add a few better pictures when it is darker here in a bit. What do you think?
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