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Has anyone had the dealer update their BCM on a 1500 to remove the bulb out detection system that causes the hyperflash?
I was told they could on 2500 and 3500 but couldn’t on a 1500.
I found this online which states the same I think (if I’m reading it right)
But, I feel like I’ve seen where others had this done on a 1500, but coming up short in searching it. So any details would help!
Im trying to put LED tail lights on my 2018 Silverado LT and really don’t want to add a bunch of resistors as I eventually want LED all the way around.
With the days getting shorter, I'm going to work in the morning when it's dark. I back into my space at work and it is really hard to see, my backup lamps don't put off a lot of light. I still have the incandescent bulbs in my 2018 GMC Sierra 2500HD SLT, has anybody upgraded or retrofitted to LED's ? I know with some to the older systems and LED replacement bulbs you had to install resistors, do you still need to do this? You can purchase just about anything in LED and they are they won't break the bank these days.
Has anybody performed this upgrade, if so what brand of LED's are you utilizing?
Are you only retrofitting the Reverse lamp bulbs?
What about the Turn/Brake and Running lamp bulbs, if you retrofitted them to LED, would they be too bright?
Interested in what others are doing.
Selling my brand new track grill still in the box if anyone is interested.
This custom made grille is an exceptional eye catcher that will be sure to get you many looks, stares, and compliments. The grill has the word duramax in it, therefore it more so compliments the Diesel engine.
Grille is brand new, still in the box. Also comes with 2 light bars already installed; with wiring harness.
I wanted to get the pulse of how many people have successfully had their Denali/LED headlamps painted? I am very interested in doing mine but have 2 major concerns due to the cost of these OEM lights:
- Is it REALLY possible to get these re-sealed adequately to the point I should have little to no concern of condensation ever occurring after spending some serious money to have these painted?
- Speaking of serious money, what is a reasonable amount to expect to pay? I know you can infinitely increase the cost of these projects by adding different LED switchbacks, different projectors, doing intricate paintings vs. just satin black everything, etc.
What I'm wanting falls somewhere in the middle. I want to upgrade the LED switchback module (bc why not if I'm already in $$$ to crack them open?) which runs around $150 I believe, and I want a simple Satin black + (maybe) a portion color-matched as well (still on the fence) as well as the GMC stamped in the chrome of the headlamps to be the red color of the emblems.
Does anyone have any input/feedback/advice/recommendations on this? If I have it done, I'd potentially be willing to send them off to someone to have them done, but shipping is a major added cost. Is there anyone in on of the following locations (that is highly recommended as well as reasonable??):
Houston, TX - Where I live
San Antonio, TX
Ft. Worth, TX
Baton Rouge, LA
Oklahoma City, OK
Any and all comments are highly appreciated!
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