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  1. Under the hood lighting

    During a dark and rainy 3 am jumping of another truck, it became clear there is no lighting in the engine compartment of my 2018 Silverado. The previous truck had a light under the hood and the generation prior to that had a removable work light that could be placed on the locations. Not to mention that truck also had jumper cables builtin to jump Fords. So my question is has anyone added lighting under the hood? if so how?
  2. Hey guys, Quick question. I bought a 2014 Sierra SLT last week and took it up north to the cabin over the weekend. I drove through a lot of rain throughout the whole weekend. The truck was 2 days old with 400 miles on it and I noticed the inside of both healights were foggy one night, towards the bottom over the LED running light. Has anyone had this issue? Or has anyone herd of this being a problem? I am taking it back to the dealer this week for some gm accessories so I am interested to see what they say.
  3. . SHOOT US A PM FOR THE BEST PRICING IN THE INDUSTRY ON BAJA DESIGNS The Baja Designs GM A-pillar kit is designed to fit a multitude of GM Vehicles. This kit will give you the light you're looking for out on the trail or cruising down a dark road. This kit includes brackets, lights, and a wiring harness. It mounts to the factory hood hinges and supports the weight of a Squadron with ease. MSRP $314.95 Included with the Kit: x2 Squadron Pro LED Lights in Spot x2 Brackets Wiring Harness Application: Chevy Silverado 1500 (14-17) Chevy Colorado (15-17) GMC Sierra 1500 (14-17) GMC Canyon (15-17) *Please note some minor trimming may be required on this kit depending on your model. Baja Designs Features: Satisfactions Guarantee – 30 Day Money Back Guarantee Limited Lifetime Warranty – Complete Purchase Protection uService® – Replaceable Lenses And Optics ClearView® – All The Light, Right Where You Need It. MoistureBlock™ – Waterproof, Rain Proof, Submersible CopperDrive® – Only LED Driven At 100% 5000K Daylight – Less Driver Fatigue, Natural Color Specifications (per light): Lumens: 3,150 Utilizing 4 LEDs Wattage/Amps: 26W / 2A Dimensions: 3.07" x 2.77" x 3.07" Weight: 12 ounces LED Life Expectancy: 49,930 Hours Front Lens: Hard Coated Polycarbonate Housing: Powder Coated Cast Aluminum Bezel: Billet Machined Aluminum Hardware & Bracket Material: Stainless Steel Exceeds MIL-STD810G (Mil-Spec Testing) Built-In Overvoltage Protection IP69K (Waterproof, Submersible to 9ft) IK10 Compliant (Mechanical Impact Testing)
  4. I am sure this has to bug other people the lack of lighting in the 2019 Silverado. Can people share what they have done about it if anything? It is really bugging me how little light Chevy designed into this model.
  5. I'm looking for examples/photos of accessory wiring in the engine bay. where did you put your relays & fuse blocks for accessories such as lighting
  6. I have the perimeter bed lighting option in my 2015. I was wondering if I can somehow tap into that wiring and add an led strip on the inside of my Diamondback truck cover. I’d like some sort of quick disconnect so I can still remove and replace the cover
  7. 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
  8. I am trying to replace the interior lighting in my Dad's truck for him since the stock lighting is so dim. There are 4 identical lights, two in the center ceiling console, and 2 in the front ceiling console. After going directly to the manufacturer to figure out what bulbs i needed to buy, they suggested the 921 Led Buld. This is not the correct bulb. Has anyone had any luck replacing these lights? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks
  9. I'm working on an issue in another thread, but I came across something else that I thought might deserve a dedicated thread. I've been poking around in the rear heater lately, and then I went away for a bit. I guess I didn't connect the third brakelight connector. Anyone know where this is ? I've been looking, can't seem to find it. I'm sure I did something to knock it free or disconnected.
  10. High beams

    Does anyone else have an issue with the high beam indicator light randomly coming on. Not the actual lights just the dash light
  11. I lurk around here a bit. I have got some great information from this forum. So thank you all for sharing your experiences. On a recent trip someone broke my passenger outside mirror on my 2009 Yukon XL SLT . So that started this whole project. The biggest one yet on this vehicle. So please bear with me as I explain everything. Also please make corrections to anything I write, I am not very good at the terminology used. So here goes... What I am trying to do? 1. Add LED lighting to the foot well area both in the front and rear seats. 2. Add LED lighting under the running boards and rear bumper. 3. Add LED lighting to each door panel, so it lights up when the door is open .​ What I have access to? 1. The Driver Side knee panel and fuse panels are open. 2. The Junction Box in the Driver Side Foot Well is open. 3. The door Panels are taken off. 4. Side view mirrors are completely disassembled for Fold Motor Repair. So the wires are sticking out of the little hole in the door.​ How I would like it to work? 1. The interior lighting will come on with the dome lighting. I would prefer that the foot well does not light up when the truck is on. So when I am driving and I turn on the dome light only the dome light comes on. This is only a preference. If it cannot be accomplished I am ok with it. 2. Door panel lights only come on when the door is opened. They should stay turned off if the door is closed . Again this is a preference. I can mount the light at the bottom of the panel so it is not a distraction. 3. Lights under the running boards should only come on when the truck is unlocked and when I turn off the car (Perhaps use it with Aproach and Exit Lighting). They should always stay off if the truck is on. So while I am driving they should never come on.​ I am upgrading from DL8 to DL3. The DL3 I got, have no puddle lamps. But it does have the white connector with six wires. I know that Light Blue and Yellow are the ones for folding motor. { On a side note... rather than changing and reprogramming the Window Switch modules, I am installing timed realys that will Fold And Unfold the Mirrors. } The way I am thinking to wire this up is as follows: Tap into dome light wire. If I understand correctly, there is a brown wire in the X14 Junction Box area. I will run this wire to Relay #1 just to charge or discharge the relay. The relay will then power (from X14 connector) all interior add on lighting, including foot well and door panels. Also it will run power to Relay 2. I am hoping to tap into ‘Ignition On’ wire somewhere that will charge or discharge Relay #2. This relay will be Always Closed (NC) until charged, at which time it will Open (NO) to stop power going to Outside lights. OR ... Relay 2 could be charged and discharged with the Approach and Exit Lighting . Then the exterior Lights will only come on when the Approach and Exit Lights come on. I hope everything is clear until this point. My questions: 1. Where is the best place to tap into Ignition on power? I prefer not to open the Steering Column. Is there any wire inside the truck that gets charged when the truck is started? Or would I have to tap in to II position of the key. OR... where is best place to tap into the Appraoch and Exit Circuit. 2. Is there power in the door (hopefully in the white connector) that I can tap into? 3. What is the best place to run the wire to the outside without drilling? I am hoping to utilize a predrilled hole to run the wire. I would prefer not to go thru the Firewall. 4. For the interior lighting, since I am running thru a relay, is there a way for it to have a “Diming to OFF” effect? Not really important. Any help will greatly be appreciated.
  12. I was wondering if anyone has tried the Putco XM-L2 or Nite-Lux LED headlamp conversion on a 2014 Sierra. According to Putco, the XM-L2 puts out 2000 lumens, and the Nite-Lux is 2500 lumens. I think this could be a boost, the Nite-Lux especially, to the poor headlamp design of the 2014 Sierra. But was curious if anyone had any experience with them.
  13. A.R.E. LED lighting options include: * Dome lights — Wired directly into the vehicle’s electrical system and offered with an optional prop switch, A.R.E. dome lights conveniently turn on and off when the door is opened and closed, or can be controlled with a manual on/off switch. * Rope lighting — High-intensity rope lighting offers versatility in lighting the interior of a truck cap or toolbox. Opt for a single four-foot rope at the center of the cap or use two parallel ropes with one on either side of the inside roof. Or, place them inside above windows, inside toolboxes or to illuminate the entire chamber. * Rigid Industries LED Lighting — A.R.E. has teamed with Rigid Industries, to offer ultra-bright work lights. Known for durability and brightness, Rigid Industries’ products offer a lifetime warranty. For nighttime work, choose 36-inch or 48-inch bar lighting, which can be positioned on the front of the cap to shine directly on the project at hand, or to light up an entire work space. * Rear door lighting — This new fixture replaces the optional incandescent 12-volt light the industry has used for decades. Much brighter than its predecessor, the light is mounted inside the truck cap above the rear door, allowing closer detail work, such as paperwork, without the need to hold a flashlight.. * Exterior lighting — A.R.E. offers lighting for up to 10 different locations on the rear quarters of the DCU, distributed based on the functionality required by the customer. Fleet and commercial customers can find more on A.R.E. Accessories' LED lighting and more at this link.
  14. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 4/28/2016 A.R.E, the leader in truck caps and tonneau covers (and friend to GM-Trucks.com), now offers an expanding selection of lighting options for both the interior and exterior of truck caps and tonneau covers. A.R.E.’s ultra-efficient LED options are rated for 100,000 hours, lasting more than twice as long as incandescent lighting. A.R.E. LED lighting options include: * Dome lights — Wired directly into the vehicle’s electrical system and offered with an optional prop switch, A.R.E. dome lights conveniently turn on and off when the door is opened and closed, or can be controlled with a manual on/off switch. * Rope lighting — High-intensity rope lighting offers versatility in lighting the interior of a truck cap or toolbox. Opt for a single four-foot rope at the center of the cap or use two parallel ropes with one on either side of the inside roof. Or, place them inside above windows, inside toolboxes or to illuminate the entire chamber. * Rigid Industries LED Lighting — A.R.E. has teamed with Rigid Industries, to offer ultra-bright work lights. Known for durability and brightness, Rigid Industries’ products offer a lifetime warranty. For nighttime work, choose 36-inch or 48-inch bar lighting, which can be positioned on the front of the cap to shine directly on the project at hand, or to light up an entire work space. * Rear door lighting — This new fixture replaces the optional incandescent 12-volt light the industry has used for decades. Much brighter than its predecessor, the light is mounted inside the truck cap above the rear door, allowing closer detail work, such as paperwork, without the need to hold a flashlight.. * Exterior lighting — A.R.E. offers lighting for up to 10 different locations on the rear quarters of the DCU, distributed based on the functionality required by the customer. Fleet and commercial customers can find more on A.R.E. Accessories' LED lighting and more at this link.
  15. Single wire 4hi mod

    Has anyone tried this single wire 4hi mode with the yellow wire located in the D3 hole of the power distribution box unDer the hood on 99-02 read about it on some other halfass forum and tried it on buddies hoe got nothing
  16. I've looked around the forums and online and haven't been able to get a straight answer. Is it possible to change the lights in the dash of the 2014+ GM trucks around the air and volume controls? I am aware GMC is red and Silverado is Blueish-Green but I am looking to change mine. Is there a kit or a way to replace them that anyone has found?
  17. Review: SYLVANIA 34971 ZEVO Interior LED Strip Kit with Remote Josh Merva GM-Trucks.com Copyright 2015 If you're like us, then you probably get envious when you see other companies like Ford including customizable ambient lighting as a standard feature in their vehicles. Maybe you’d like to add some excitement to your truck’s interior, or maybe you just want to be able to see better in the dark. Either way, aftermarket LED lighting offers a simple and cost effective way to add this functionality to your truck. In this review we take a look at a new interior ambient lighting kit from Sylvania. Products Reviewed Sylvania 34971 ZEVO Interior LED Strip Kit Sylvania 34972 ZEVO 6" Interior LED Strip Extension Kit Sylvania 34973 ZEVO 12" Interior LED Strip Extension Kit Cost: $35 (Starter Kit), $20/$25 (6-inch & 12-inch Extension Kits) What it is: An expandable LED Lighting kit that plugs directly into your 12-volt socket. Color and brightness can be customized to suite your mood with the included remote. Product Features/Specifications: 16 different colors Adjustable brightness 5 operating modes(Flash, Strobe, Fade, Smooth, Solid). Wireless Infrared Remote 12 volt car adapter Easy Installation Expandable Tested On 2011 GMC Sierra All-Terrain SLT Extended Cab What's included The starter ZEVO kit includes two 12-inch led strips, a controller unit, a remote and enough wire to light our front foot wells. The kit can be easily expanded on with a 6-inch and 12-inch add-on sets. We used the 6-inch expansion kit to light the rear foot wells and the extra 12-inch expansion to light the under seat storage. Sylvania includes more than enough wire and splitters for most installations. Basic Installation The first goal is to mount main control unit. It needs to be in a location where the infrared sensor can point up towards the cabin. Next, we plugged in the splitter and ran the power behind the lower console to the passenger foot well. Once the wires were run to their general locations we test fit the LED strips and plugged the car adapter in to make sure everything worked before we mounted lights and hid wires. It's important to carefully consider where to mount these LED light strips as they can be very bright. Make sure to locate them in a spot where you won't directly see them while driving. We placed our strips facing down towards the floor. To mount, we just peeled off the adhesive and stuck the light strip to a flat surface while firmly pushing them down. That's it! You're done. Expansion Kits If two 12-inch light strips isn't enough for your project, Sylvania offers two optional expansion kits to bring even more light into your vehicle. The 6-inch kit comes with two 6-inch LED strips and additional wiring and splicing. Ditto for the 12-inch kit but you get two 12-inch LED strips. Adding the additional expansion kits to the mix was slightly more interesting because we needed to run the wires to underneath the front and rear seats. We took off the door kick panels so we could pull up and run wires under the carpet. We used the 6 inch add on kit under the front seats to light rear seat passenger's feet. Since the front seats move, make sure to leave some slack in the wire. We used the 12-inch kit to illuminate our rear bench storage divider. Both are powered by the same control unit that feeds the front lights so the entire truck always matches color and brightness. Hardwire it in Optionally, you can simply cut off the power adapter and hard-wire your ambient lighting kit into your vehicle for a cleaner look. Once you've stripped the power wire, use a jumper to tie the wire into the accessory fuse. We used a simple wire stripper and cut as close to the 12-volt plug as possible. We than ran the power wire to the internal fuse block located in the driver's side door jam. We use a simple fuse jumper and tapped into our accessory power. Since this is always on battery power, these lights will work no matter if the engine is on or not. That can be both a good and a bad thing. In the future we'll search for a keyed power source to prevent accidental battery rundown. Video *The flashing while dimming is an artifact of our video camera's shutter. The actual dimming is smooth and pleasant to the eye. Conclusion Considering we used six different LED strips, the installation was easy to complete. Sylvania includes plenty of wire and all of the parts needed to install this ambient LED lighting kit correctly the first time. In our Sierra it was sometimes hard to find a flat place 12-inches long to stick the LED strips to. We had to get creative and in some locations (like the front driver's foot well) we used zip ties to mount the strips instead of the tape. Our only complaint was that the physical connections between the wires and strips sometimes come loose. We easily fixed that problem by putting electrical tape around the connections and since then it hasn't been an issue. The actual functionality of the LED strip kit exceeded what we expected. Choosing between 16 colors and multiple brightness levels make daily use a functional experience, not just for show. We loved that the lowest brightness setting was actually dim enough to allow us to drive with the LEDs turned on at night. The flashing "party" modes are a fun feature but clearly a novelty for when you are showing your friends what your interior lighting can do. After a few days of trying every combination we could find on the remote, we settled with a nice green that almost perfectly matches our gauges. We dimmed it all the way down and now that's where it stays 99% of the time. The remote works well however we couldn't stop thinking how great it would be if we could use our phones to control the lights via bluetooth. That would certainly add cost, but if you lose the current remote you can't operate the unit. Luckily, any remote works for any unit, so buying a replacement wouldn't be impossible. The Sylvania ZEVO LED kit did exactly what it promised to do at a super affordable $35 price tag. Extension kits are reasonably priced too with our entire installation coming in at $85 MSRP. We loved all the features Sylvania crammed into such a small simple package. Better yet the kit is versatile enough to fit any kind of vehicle or situation. Sylvania does have some room to improve their offering, but the ZEVO ambient LED lighting kit is a simple way to update your pickup's functionality and fun factor without breaking your wallet. Editor's Note: This product was provided at no cost for the purposes of a review. We only publish our honest opinions and give no consideration for the gratis product.
  18. I have a 2015 Sierra 2500HD, 4x4, 6.6L Diesel, Crew Cab SLT. I have been rebuilding the front portion of the bodywork due to collision damage. I have it pretty much back together, but it has a couple of electrical quirks that I cannot seem to diagnose. I would appreciate any help y'all can provide. First of all, anytime the battery(s) are connected, the brake lights stay on. All of them. Two bulbs on each side, and the high-third light. Even when the key is out, the doors are closed, and the truck is locked/armed. This does not have any effect on headlights. I can turn those on/off normally. When I turn on running lights, the small marker lights on the side of the taillight housing come on as they are supposed to, and the 2 main bulbs go brighter (or the second filament turns on), as they are supposed to. This seems like a pretty simple relay issue, or a wire being crossed somewhere. Trouble is, I cannot find anything labeled anything like "Brake Light" in any of the 3 fuse panels (under hood and dash side panels). I see headlights, turn signals, etc, but nothing for brake lights. Where can I find the relay for the brake lights? Or, does anyone have a wiring diagram that shows the path of that circuit so I can check it for shorts? The second problem is bigger, but probably easier to diagnose. The damn thing won't crank at all... The On/Acc position on the switch lights everything up normally, but when you crank the key, the instrument panel goes completely dark. When I removed the ECM to replace the broken bracket I found a small dent in the back cover. It didn't look big enough to cause internal damage, but maybe it was. I also noticed that the 30A fuse in the underhood fuse box was burned out for the ECM power supply. Just another indicator that there was a major short in there somewhere. I'm just hoping that whatever damage caused that didn't also burn out other ignition components... I am now trying to find a replacement ECM, which is a 2015-specific part. Its visible from ACDelco, but is apparently on permanent backorder... Anybody have an idea for where I can find an ECM for this year? Or whether I can use the ECM from a 2014 LML on my truck?
  19. I have a 2012 sierra, 5.3 cc z71. Is it normal for the headlights to flicker, and it's a good flicker, when the a/c cuts on or off? It happens while at idle and when driving. I also noticed, when at idle if i press the brake, i can see the interior dome lights slightly dim. voltage guage shows correct.
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