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By stephane lamoureux
I saw a few topics on swapping the Silverado 2020 LT 2500HD but they seem older posts from 2019. We just bought our 2020 and love it but I want to change the lights to LED everywhere. I went on Amazon to see but there are so many choices that I don't know where to start. Who else has done this ? help please :)
By Harrison Bailey
I saw a similar post regarding the Opt7 Aura kit, which is what I’m installing, but none of those ports worked for me. I’m in a 2017 Sierra SLT Z71 and have the lights fully working besides the door open wire which needs to be connected to something that turns on when the doors are open or when the interior dome lights are turned on. Any suggestions would be great.
I’m not sure if this is true but it looked like some wire ports are in different locations between the 2017 and the 2014-2016 considering the posts I have seen for this install have been from non 2017’s and above.
By Daryl Casey
2020 Sierra 1500
I saw this mentioned in a thread on here, but after looking through dozens of threads I can't find it again!
After struggling to see while in Reverse, I think I'd like to install flush mounted LED pods into the rear bumper footwells in order to provide more light while backing up. Would someone who's done mod this be willing to provide a walkthrough on how to install the lights? (how you installed the light pods, where to splice, what you used to splice, etc)? If you could provide links to what light pods you use or recommend that would be much appreciated!
I've got a Putco Blade Quick Connect Harness inbound, which I'll install and use for any splicing.
Thanks for your time and help!
Hello, I noticed on my 2004 Chevy Silverado 2500hd 6.0 the brake lights were out. Looking further into it it’s only while the headlights are on and the truck is running, all is working fine while truck is off. As soon as I start the truck the brake lights work until I turn on the headlights, then they fade off like they loose power. The turn signals work fine either way and they are on the same led. I’m confused, I can’t find anything wrong. Thanks in advance!
Hi all, my 2016 1500 chevy silverado lt had 3 door lock actuators were inoperable or making noise. Common issue,ordered 4 new lock acuators from Gruven parts and put 3 in. They work great but noticed drivers door when opening or closing will not turn on or turn off interior lights and also radio stays on when closing door. Sounds like a bad door switch to me which is in the latch I believe. Thinking I caused the problem since it worked fine before. Went back in the latch and all looks fine. Was hoping to see a gear out of place or something, but looks ok. Anyone have some insight on this. Maybe a door schematic you can share to check the wiring. Thank you in advance
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