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Dual U-Bar Halo Projector Headlights; Matte Black Housing; Clear Lens (14-15 Silverado 1500)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Adam: Hey, guys. Adam here with americantrucks.com. And today, we're taking a closer look at and, of course, installing the Dual U-Bar Halo Projector Headlights available in black for the '14 to '15 Silverado 1500. You should be checking these out if you're looking to switch up your factory front headlights for something that's honestly pretty unique in the category.Now, we know headlights have a ton of different options in the aftermarket world, especially for the Silverados here. And this guy is going to be just a little bit different, separating you from the pack out on the road. Now, this obviously uses that dual U-bar shape as the headline says, and that's going to be this u-shaped DRL, or daytime running light. Now, that's going to act as a DRL when you flick your parking or headlights on and light up this bright, attractive light. This design is something you see on a lot of the newer model vehicles coming out from the factory, and this is going to modernize the front end. It's really going to make things look a lot cleaner, a lot more attractive, and honestly a lot safer because they are so much brighter.Now, of course, you get the projector styling for the high and low beams. You can see our low beams on at the top here. All of those bulbs are built into the housing, no need to transfer over any factory options. This is going to be a whole new upgrade. You can see there are chrome LED accents on the side. Those are actually going to act as your turn signals and your hazards flashing in a really bright amber. Now, I know it looks very chrome and flashy with them off but once they're on, it is going to be really bright amber. You also get amber reflectors on the side there as well. The interior, as I said earlier, is black. Now, the black interior mixed with the clear lens on the outside gives you the impression of a smoked headlight without hindering any lighting output. Even if it was smoked, I'd say these lights are so bright it wouldn't be a problem whatsoever. But this is good for the guys looking for that clear lens with the black interior, a lot different than your factory ones.As far as the pricing, you can expect this guy to come in right around 525 bucks, and the install I'm giving one-out-of-three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Anybody can tackle this in the driveway at home with a few simple hand tools because this is a direct plug-and-play. Now, sometimes you get these Halo accents or the U-bar DRL accents, and you gotta splice them into parking lights and things like that. Not gonna be the case here, just plugs right into the factory harness, and it comes with a separate resistor that you can plug right into the harness on the back of these. Really going to be simple, take you about an hour from start to finish to tackle both sides. I'm going to show you every step of the process, what do you say, we get started?Tools used in this install include an impact gun or a ratchet, extension, 10-millimeter deep socket, 10-millimeter ratcheting wrench or regular wrench recommended, and a Phillips head screwdriver.All right, first step here, we have to uninstall our factory headlights. To do that, pop your hood. We're going to remove the radiator shroud. Now, there's a bunch of these plastic black push pin clips here. What you're going to do is take a panel removal tool, I'm going to start with this guy here. You're just going to pry up on the middle section. Once that's up, you don't necessarily need to take it off in two pieces. But once that's up, you can pull it off all together just like that. Do that for each one along the entire shroud. Now that all those clips are off, let's just lift up on the shroud and set it aside.Next up, we have to head over to the wheel well to remove this one Phillips head screw. Now, the reason we're doing that is because this entire trim piece that goes along all underneath the headlights and grille has to come off. So grab a Phillips head. I'm just going to take this one screw off in each wheel well. So once you have one taken care of, repeat on the other side. Once that's off, you can start cracking that guy loose. All right, next up here, just pull that trim piece all the way off and set it aside.All right, next up, let's get our grille out of the way. Now, there's four 10-millimeter bolts at the top so I'm switching over to an impact gun and a deep socket. So, let's get those off. All right. Now, on the bottom left and bottom right corners, you're going to find another 10-millimeter for the grille. I'm switching over to an extension on my 10-mil. All right, same thing on the other side. All right. So now we can just pull the grille off in one piece.All right, next up, let's unbolt our headlight. Now, I'm working on our passenger side here. There's two 10-millimeter bolts up top we're going to start with. All right. Next up, behind where our grille was here, there's one more bolt at the bottom down there. All right, we have one more down here in the corner right behind where the trim was underneath the headlight. I'm going to use a 10-millimeter ratcheting wrench for this guy just because it's at a tough angle. All right, so now we can just pull that straight back and you just pinch and disconnect the harness just like that, set your factory light aside.So we got our factory headlight off of the passenger side of our '14 Silverado behind me and it's on the table next to our new LED option. Now, I want to show you guys some similarities and differences between the two. And I gotta say, for the most part, this is gonna be a huge change up compared to your factory headlight.Now, as you know the factory headlight is really split into two physically different sections. It's got a completely split little black trim here in the middle. You've got your upper and your lower splitting high and low beam. Now, while it is still split in the newer headlight, it's still in one completely encased lens. The factory one uses two different lenses, this guy here is all together. Now, this is also going to use a black interior housing as opposed to a primarily chrome or flashy reflective look that the factory headlight has, and that's something you see traditionally on a lot of vehicles right off the factory line.This uses a clear lens with a black interior to give you the impression of a smoked headlight without impeding on any lighting output. Now, your new one of course uses that u-shaped accent light for the top and bottom or low and high beam sections of the headlight, and that's going to light up as a daytime running light. So all you'd have to do is flick on your parking lights or your headlights, and those will shine up in a bright white, pure white light as a matter of fact. Now, that's going to act as that DRL. Now, that's something you see on a lot of the newer vehicles nowadays. Now, the '14, '15 Silverado isn't that old, but the headlights have changed significantly with the newer body styles of the Silverado that this is such a more modern look that you see nowadays.You also get a bunch of LEDs on the side here. Now, I know they may look like accent lights with the chrome backing there, they're actually going to be your amber turn signals and parking lights. Your factory headlights have the actual amber reflector built in with the bulbs inside. This uses more of an accent light styling but still lights up in a bright amber color with each one of those LEDs individually. You'll see, of course, you get the high and low beams, not too much different than your factory ones, very bright, very attractive, and they definitely have a more modern look to them.So overall, this is a really big change up as far as design goes and it's going to be a plug-and-play. The only thing we have to do right now is plug in our resistor, which is a separate wire. That's going to plug right into some of these loose wires at the back end and then we'll head back into the truck.All right, now, for the resistor, pretty simple, we have a black and red wire on this guy and we have a black and yellow wire here. We're basically just going to plug in the black to the black and the red to the yellow. Black is your ground yellow and the reds are going to be your power. You're going to push them all the way. It's a little bit of a tight squeeze, so you just got to push a little bit harder and you'll get them to click. From there, peel off the 3M backing. And what I'm just going to do is stick it right here in this little indent that way it's not, you know, hanging around when it's installed. It's kind of out of the way and secured. At this point, we can head into the truck, plug this guy in, and bolt it up using the factory mounting points.For the install, super simple here, we're just going to start by leaning this up against the truck, just plug in the factory harness to the new harness, and it's really as simple as that. We already secured that resistor out of the way, so just mount this guy up to the factory mounting holes, just like that. Grab your factory 10-millimeter bolts, put those guys up top, on the side and on the corner. We're going to start up here. All right, we can wrap it up with this one in the corner here. Now, if you remember, I used the ratcheting wrench for this so just tighten that guy down. Cool. Now, you can repeat this on the other side.That's going to wrap up my review and install for the Dual U-Bar Halo Projector Headlights in black available for the '14 to '15 Silverado 1500. You can get this set right here at americantrucks.com.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features

      • Projector Style Headlights with Amber LED Turn Signals
      • Unique U-Bar Halo Accent Lights
      • Enhanced Brightness over OEM for Better Visibility
      • H1 (High Beam) and H1 (Low Beam) Bulbs Included
      • Clear Lenses with Black Housings
      • DOT and SAE Compliant 
      • Simple, Straight Forward Installation
      • Sold as a Pair, Driver and Passenger Side Included
      • Fits all 2014-2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Models

      Description

      Bold Styling. Upgrade the styling of your 2014-2015 Chevrolet Silverado with a set of Black Dual U-Bar Halo Projector Headlights. These Projector Headlights feature unique U-Bar halo accent lights that will give your Silverado a bold, updated appearance. These great looking Headlights not only improve the appearance of your Silverado, but they also improve its safety with super bright amber LED turn signals.

      Superb Illumination. Employing a projector lens design, these Headlights will light up the road ahead with a bright focused beam for better nighttime visibility. The stylish U-bar halo light accents will give your ride an updated modern appearance, while ensuring you are visible day or night to distracted drivers.

      Quality Construction. These Headlights are manufactured from OEM grade materials to precise standards for lasting quality. These Projector Headlights feature durable black plastic housings with crystal clear lenses. Each Headlight employees 2 vertical rows of amber LEDs for the turn signals and 2 U-Bar shaped halo accent lights. Each Light is weather-sealed to prevent dirt and moisture from harming the state of the art electronics.

      DOT/SAE Compliant. These Black Projector Headlights will not only bring a fresh new look to your Silverado, but they also meet or exceed the strict guidelines set forth by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), making them legal for street use.

      Straight Forward Installation. Manufacturer designed their Projector Headlights to be a direct plug and play replacement for your Silverado's original factory housings. It should be noted that you will need to remove the grille and the upper plastic bumper cover in order to gain access to the mounting bolts. Detailed instructions are included.

      Application. These Black Dual U-Bar Halo Projector Headlights with LED Turn Signals are designed to fit 2014-2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 models. Driver and passenger side lights are included.

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Right Hand/Passenger Side Headlight
      • (1) Left Hand/Driver Side Headlight
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