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Have a set of used Chevrolet Headlight Assemblies off my 2019 Silverado Custom Trailboss. Truck has 8,000 miles on it / lights are in “like new” condition with no issues .
asking $700 for the pair plus shipping (most places in US is approx $85). I’ve got more pics but I can only add 1 due to the restraint on attached pics on this post so message me if your interested.
I just recently did a headlight conversion , grill change to the high country headlight assemblies is why these are for sale. I also have the black custom Trailboss grille for sale if anyone needs that as well. It’s listed separately.
By Joshua Shanklin
I bought a 2000 Silverado 1500 about a year ago and ever since I've had it, my DRls do not work, however, when i pull my emergency brake my entire headlight system comes on, both headlights and my brake lights as well. I have new headlights i would like to install but i want to solve this issue if there is one before i put them in.
Last night I when I started my Sierra, neither headlight worked. All the other lights worked. I finally found Fuse 59 (with the help of a magnifying glass), and it's fine. Any ideas?
BTW, just found this forum. Great place.
I have a 2001 Silverado 1500, 5.3L 4X4, the headlights will not come on using the dash switch set to manual operation. No hi or low beams.
The parking lights do work with the dash switch when turned on.
The headlights come on with the ambient light sensor just fine. Hi and low beams work.
Flash-to-pass option works.
Tried 3 different dash headlight switches with the same results.
Tried 5 different relays in the headlamp position in the under-hood fuse block, with same results.
All other fuses in the under-hood block look good with no breaks.
Pulled under-hold fuse block apart and all connectors look clean with no corrosion. No lose wires found.
At my wits end with this. I have the wiring diagram and the only other possible thing I can think of is the headlight relay in the Body Control Module may be the issue, as that seems to be part of the circuit. This type of vehicle wiring is all new to me, and I'm just not sure why the ambient light sensor route and the Flash-to-pass option works, but not the manual switch, if the BCM headlight relay is bad?
I'm hoping someone has worked on this issue and has a fix. I don't want to go the cost of buying a replacement BCM only to find that is not the issue, and I'm starting to think that bypassing all that and running a jumper wire to the headlights may be my only solution.
Thanks all for your time, it is greatly appreciated.
Replacing factory OSRAM XENARC 66340HBI D3S 35W HID lightbulbs with LED lights on 2017 Yukon XL DenaliBy Marissa Danielle Greer
I have a 2017 Yukon XL Denali and it came with HID bulbs for the Low Beam. They...are... TERRIBLE at night. They are OSRAM XENARC 66340HBI D3S 35W and I can't see more than a few feet in front of me and barley at all if its raining. I want to replace the low beams with LEDs ( Already replaced the high beams with LEDs). The issue I am running into is that the wiring harness is not the same for the HID and the LED. Is there a conversion kit I can get to make them work? I have H11 LEDs that are plug and play (as that was it said was correct for my low beams, but realized when I got in that they were HID and not halogen. Any help would be appreciated.
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