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Hey, guys. It's Sara with americantrucks.com and today, we have a review and install of the Super White Halo Projector Headlights in Black, fitting your '07 through '13 Silverado 1500. These are perfect for the Silverado owner looking for projector headlights with LEDs and likes the look of the black housing. These projector highlights feature super white, high intensity LED halos with LED accents. These headlights are built with clear lenses and black housings to give the front of your Silverado that blacked-out look. These headlights include H1 high and low beam bulbs, and they also include the amber bulbs on the side which some other headlight options ask you to transfer over from the factory. They also come with these amber reflectors and are DOT compliant.So, as far as price goes, these come in at around $400, which is middle of the road price-wise when compared to other headlight options. And for your money, you're getting a projector-style headlight with LEDs that features this black styling. I'm giving this install one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. These headlights feature direct bolt-up install, and the wiring is completely plug and play. So this can be done within one hour. So with that said, let's jump into our install.For this install, you will need ratchets, 10 and 7-millimeter sockets, a 10-millimeter ratcheting wrench, and a pop clip removal tool.All right, so the first step in our install is to grab a pop clip removal tool or a flathead screwdriver and remove all the pop clips holding in the plastic ride support cover. Now, you can go ahead and remove this cover. At this point, we can grab a 10-millimeter socket and remove the four bolts that hold on the top of our grille. All right, so now that the bolts are removed from the top, you can grab the grille and pull it straight out. Now, if these clips won't release, you can use a flathead. With the grille removed, you can now remove the two 10-millimeter bolts holding on the top of your headlight.All right, so the final bolt that's holding in our headlight is right in between the bumper and the fender. Now, this one only has to be loosened because the headlight is notched, and it can slide forward once it's loose. To get to this, you can go underneath through the bumper. But I think it's a little easier if you just loosen these bolts and go in through the wheel well liner. So grab a 10-millimeter socket and loosen up the two bolts that hold in your wheel well liner at the front.All right, so we're gonna use a ratcheting wrench for this bolt. It is pretty tight in there, and without removing anything else, we can't really get on it as good. Go ahead and loosen it up a little bit. Like I said before, you don't need to remove this because the headlight is notched. So once the bolt is loose, we can pull out the headlight. All right, so there are two pins at the back of the headlight. So you want to grab it and pull it straight towards you. And, once it's released, just tilt the headlight down and forward, and it should come out. Go ahead and release this main connector.All right, so what's really nice about these headlights is they have the factory connector here. That just clips right in. They even have a small clip on this post to keep all the wiring nice and tight. So grab your factory connector, line it up with our headlight, and press it in. Now, you can line your headlight back up on the truck. Make sure you're getting the bolt on the far side and also the two posts at the back of the headlight, as well as the post that's along the bottom side here. Grab your factory hardware and get it installed. Now, you can tighten these down. All right, now with your 10-millimeter ratcheting wrench, you can tighten up the bolt that is behind our headlight in between your fender and bumper. Now, you can make sure your fender liner is reinstalled. Reinstall the bolts and tighten them down.All right, now that we have our factory headlight uninstalled from the truck, we can check it out side by side with this aftermarket headlight. And, as you can see, the biggest difference here is the black housing. It's gonna really change up the look of the front of your Silverado whether the headlights are on or off. In addition, these feature a projector-style lens, which differs from the reflector-style of your factory headlight. The projector-style is a more concentrated beam of light where the reflector, sort of, just spreads the light out. In addition, this headlight features LEDs as well as LED accent lights.All right, now we can remove our headlight on the other side, starting with the two 10-millimeter bolts up top. Grab your socket and remove them. All right, now, you can remove the two bolts that hold in the front part of our wheel liner. All right, now we can get our 10-millimeter ratcheting wrench, and same as the other side, just loosen up this bolt in here. You don't have to completely remove it. Just loosen it up so the headlight can slide past it. All right, we're gonna pull our headlight straight out, and then tilt it so we can remove it off the truck. Don't forget to disconnect this large connector. And our headlight is free.All right, now we can install our headlight. Now, we wanna be aiming for this tab to go into this slot right here. We also want to keep in mind that this slot is for the bolt we loosened on the side. So, while you're maneuvering it into place, make sure you're getting those where they need to be. Grab your factory connector and get this connected. Guide your wiring out of the way. And now, we're gonna be lining up those two tabs as well as two posts that are plastic at the back of the headlight. It does take a little bit of maneuvering to get everything where it needs to sit.All right, once the headlight is in place, go ahead and install your hardware. This should be the hardware that you use on a factory headlight. Grab your 10-millimeter socket and tighten these down. Now, using your 10-millimeter ratcheting wrench, tighten down the bolt that you loosened in between the fender and the bumper. Reinstall the bolts holding in your wheel well liner. Grab your socket and tighten them down. All right, with both of our headlights installed, we can reinstall the grille. Line up all the metal clips on the back, press it into place. Then install the hardware up top. Grab your 10-millimeter socket and tighten these down. All right, now I can set down our rad support cover and reinstall the pop clips. Line it up with the holes for the clips and install them. All right, once the rest of our cover is replaced, you can shut your hood.And that is gonna do it for the review and install of these headlights. And remember, for all things Silverado, keep it at americantrucks.com.
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Makes Nighttime Drives Safer. If you prefer to cruise the road at night, then you need these Black Super White Halo Projector Headlights. These headlights make your nighttime drives a lot safer with their projector beam design. Aside from delivering a brilliant lighting performance, these headlights amplify your Silverado’s overall exterior look with their sleek and stylish design.
Exhibits Powerful Lighting Output. Built to provide you with a safer nighttime drive, these Black Super White Halo Projector Headlights are able to exhibit a powerful lighting output. Aside from their LED accents, these headlights are equipped with clear projector lenses that can generate a straight and more focused light beam pattern.
Durable Construction. These Headlights are manufactured from OEM grade materials to precise standards for lasting quality. These Projector Headlights feature durable black, ABS plastic housings with clear lenses and modern LED accent lighting. Each light is weather-sealed to prevent dirt and moisture from harming the state of the art electronics.
DOT-Compliant. To comply with federal rules and regulations, these headlights are built in accordance with DOT’s standard requirements. Furthermore, these headlights underwent several torture tests to ensure quality and durability.
Installation. These headlights are fairly straight forward to install especially if you are equipped with some mechanical and electrical skills. Built with simple plug-and-play design, these headlights can be directly installed to your vehicle’s factory light connectors.
Application. These Super White Halo Projector Headlights; Black fit 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 models.
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