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2016 Denali Taillights on a 2015 Denali


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Turning a negative situation into a positive one. My 2015 Sierra Denali 1500 got backed into last week denting the rear fender and breaking the right taillight. Thanks to this forum, I picked up some harnesses from zmnypit and found a set of 2016 Denali tail lights for a great deal from local Canadian sellers. Just waiting for the harnesses to come in before I swap them over this weekend. Just need to find a good set of headlights now to complete the 2016 lighting conversion! Will post pictures when it's all repaired and swapped over!

 

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Jasbains, Hello

 

You did it?? Cuold you send pic's the wire connection?

 

I'll try to put my tailights the hiperflashing , Icouldn't

 

Thanks

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Jasbains, Hello

 

You did it?? Cuold you send pic's the wire connection?

 

I'll try to put my tailights the hiperflashing , Icouldn't

 

Thanks

 

Private message Pgamboa and he can help.

 

http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/190736-2016-silverado-lt-dl8-to-dl3-mirror-conversion-finally-complete-3/

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SlvrSierra,

 

Hi, have 4 wires ,

 

1.- green(stop and signals)

2.- Black(ground)

3.- Grey(ligths)

4.- Red(I dont know)

 

I conected the resistors in Green and Black

 

Thanks for asking and help

 

my truck is single cab 2016

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