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Looking for information on what Body Control Module BCM controls the Daytime Running Lights DRL on my 2014 Silverado. Does anyone have schematics, wire diagrams, component locations of the BCM. I want to use the wire from the DRL at the BCM for LED strips instead of using the headlights.
This diode installation allows all of the lights to remain on simultaneously when the high beams are activated on GM vehicles. The diode is super easy to install, you need $2 and 10 minutes. 9 of those minutes will be spent congratulating yourself.After diode placement your lights will function as follows:
In auto mode- whenever your lights come on automatically the fogs will be on also. Low Beams & Fogs- Only Low Beams & Fogs will be on High Beams- Low Beams, Fog Lights, & High Beams will all be on (normally by default) The vehicle turns off the fogs when in high beam mode, but this diode solves that. MAKE SURE THE SIDE OF THE DIODE WITHOUT THE STRIPE IS IN THE 10 PIN. The diode allows electricity to travel in only one direction.
I was unfortunately a victim of ice off a transport truck this winter, luckily enough it only broke the headlight and didn’t damage anything else. I was surprised at the cost of a new one and decided to just switch it up and go aftermarket because I like the LED strips. I own a 2014 GMC Sierra SLE and I am looking to sell my driver side headlight. It’s halogen with nothing fancy, stock for 2014. I am looking to either sell it here if anyone is interested (maybe someone had the same problem as me) or looking for recommendations on where a good place is to sell. Thank you in advance!
By Joe LoPresti
Hi all I got a 2019 Denali Sierra, I have read all these post and they say turn off auto highbeam use the button on the end of the turn signal, but i have no button on mine like the other 2019s i have looked at. does anyone know if there is a button or switch to turn off and on. other than turning headlights on manual or turning foglights on
By James Strickland
Low-beam headlights keep burning out after a few months on my 2010 Silverado. Or, so I thought. Been having the low-beams go out every few months. I buy new ones and they work great for a few months. The driver's side low-beam has been out for a few weeks. Then the passenger side low-beam also went out and the same day... the driver's side low-beam came back on. I didn't replace the bulb. They're both out now. I thought I was blowing the bulbs somehow. But, now I'm wondering if it's an electrical issue. But, if that's the case, why do new bulbs always work?
Any help is appreciated!
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