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2015 Silverado with HUD retrofit/upgrade.


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Having problems with fitment. I bolt the hud using the tab coming out of the dash and made hole for the other mounting point like suggested in this thread.  When I go to put the dash back on it doesn’t let me set it back as far as it should. These spots are hitting before the dash can sit where it’s supposed to be. It seems the hud needs to be pushed further towards the firewall but if I do that I won’t be able to reach the dash mounting point. Any clues or suggestion would be greatly appreciated. 

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Having problems with fitment. I bolt the hud using the tab coming out of the dash and made hole for the other mounting point like suggested in this thread.  When I go to put the dash back on it doesn’t let me set it back as far as it should. These spots are hitting before the dash can sit where it’s supposed to be. It seems the hud needs to be pushed further towards the firewall but if I do that I won’t be able to reach the dash mounting point. Any clues or suggestion would be greatly appreciated. 
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You have to lower your hud, you will loose you diver defrost vent in order to lower it, and that will still not be enough, that plastic ridge will need to go along with the dash foam to make it look like this..1eaa7ecc37bc9eaa3b77e8084ee297af.jpg


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Having problems with fitment. I bolt the hud using the tab coming out of the dash and made hole for the other mounting point like suggested in this thread.  When I go to put the dash back on it doesn’t let me set it back as far as it should. These spots are hitting before the dash can sit where it’s supposed to be. It seems the hud needs to be pushed further towards the firewall but if I do that I won’t be able to reach the dash mounting point. Any clues or suggestion would be greatly appreciated. 
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You will also have to modify your speaker tray and your speaker cowl..d73270c4d8e7d8c909ab71cd43a3424d.jpg


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Having problems with fitment. I bolt the hud using the tab coming out of the dash and made hole for the other mounting point like suggested in this thread.  When I go to put the dash back on it doesn’t let me set it back as far as it should. These spots are hitting before the dash can sit where it’s supposed to be. It seems the hud needs to be pushed further towards the firewall but if I do that I won’t be able to reach the dash mounting point. Any clues or suggestion would be greatly appreciated. 
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Here’s more pictures if it helps..7abc0513dc9c8826ade26f43f7a20c0d.jpg


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I finally got it to fit. Everything test fitted good. Just waiting on finishing the digital climate control to finish it all

Would love to see pics :)


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Your right, Since I just bought a 2021 silverado 6.2 4X4 I just do not know if I already want to tear it up yet with this detailed MOD. I am sure 2015 vs 2021 trucks are not even the same. To bad the MOD is not just a drop in upgrade. Only other choice is aftermarket. I just do not know which one works the best. I have seen some online and with reviews, there are many available.

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Your right, Since I just bought a 2021 silverado 6.2 4X4 I just do not know if I already want to tear it up yet with this detailed MOD. I am sure 2015 vs 2021 trucks are not even the same. To bad the MOD is not just a drop in upgrade. Only other choice is aftermarket. I just do not know which one works the best. I have seen some online and with reviews, there are many available.

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The MOD looks nice, I am sure older trucks vs 2021 trucks are not even the same. To bad the MOD is not just a drop in upgrade. Since I just bought the 2021 this week. Hard decision to already tearing it up for a HUD. Only other choice is aftermarket. I just do not know which one works the best. I have seen some online and with reviews, there are many available.

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@cva617680 since this is a factory option, this shouldn't be too difficult to add depending on how mechanically inclined your are and how much money you're willing to spend.  I assume all you should need is the HUD unit, up-level cluster (if you don't already have it), HUD switch, HUD dash cover/hood, instrument cluster bezel, wiring and programming.  I don't know if @pgamboa has made a harness for this for the T1s like he did for the K2s but if he hasn't, purchase the dash harness for a pickup that has HUD and at least the same options that you currently have.  WAMS offers programming for the up-level instrument cluster so that shouldn't be difficult. 


Reach out to Phil for the potential harness at:

https://harnessdr.com/

 and Chris for the programming at:

 

https://www.whiteautoandmedia.com/
 

Source the needed parts using a VIN from a pickup that already has HUD and go from there.

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