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If you'd like to drastically change up both the operation and look of the factory tail lights on your 2014 through 2018 Silverado, then the black sequential LED tail lights that we have here will certainly deliver. Now, these DOT-approved lights do feature a black housing along with a clear lens and high-intensity red LEDs for visibility along with the added bonus of those sequential turn signals. Now, price point's gonna hover in that mid $300 range while the install itself will be a plug and play job, but I figure a very soft 2 out of 3 wrenches on the difficulty meter here, at least according to the site, and I would say at most an hour or so to get in place as we'll demonstrate later in the video. So whether you've busted up the factory tail lights in your rig or you're just in the mood to go with something a lot more aftermarket by appearance, well then these lights are gonna be worth checking out.Now, first thing that you will notice here, guys, is gonna be the black ABS housing, but that's topped off with a crystal clear lens which is gonna combine for a very aggressive look. Now, I like this combination, personally, that black housing with a clear lens because it will give you the appearance of a dark smoked light but without having to worry about cutting down on your light output, which, let's be honest, is something you really don't wanna do when we're talking about break or tail lights. But diving a little bit deeper into the appearance, you'll notice the LED blocks located at the top and bottom, those are gonna be separated by the reverse light portion in the middle. And I do wanna point out, reverse light is the only portion of these tail lights that are not LED-operated, unless you change that out on your own and switch that incandescent bulb, maybe to an aftermarket LED reverse bulb. Now, I like the detail surrounding those blocks. You got this diffused LED stuff going on, both top and bottom, and when illuminated, it looks absolutely killer. But maybe my favorite part of these tails here besides the diffused LEDs will be the built in sequential pattern for the turn signals, which let's face, it just adds a very custom look.Finally, guys, these lights have been given both the DOT and SAE stamp of approval, which does make them legal for use in all 50 states. I do wanna point out here, the lights do include everything needed to get up and running, plug and play harness, your built-in resistors, and all that good stuff. And the housings themselves will mount exactly like the factory lights you are replacing, so no permanent modification, nothing crazy there. But that's a great time to shift gears here and talk about the install. Again, site's gonna call this a very soft two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter and maybe an hour or so of your time. But to give you a better idea of how things are gonna go down, check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown, right now.Tools I used for this installation include a quarter-inch ratchet and a T15 Torx bit. All right. Guys, we're gonna get started installing our LED tail lights on our 2016 Silverado behind me. You're in for a really easy day here in the garage or driveway. Again, all you really need is a T15 Torx tool to remove the stockers which we're gonna do right now. All right. With our 2 T15 Torx screws removed, we can now remove the assembly from the bedside and at this point disconnect our factory harness. All right. So now that we have our factory tail light uninstalled, we have it sitting next to our new LED unit. And listen, I've showed you guys these things already. I've told you how wild they are and sitting next to our stock tail light, you really get a good sense of just how aftermarket appearing these new LED options really are. In place of the all-red reflector now, again, you have that black housing, we have the diffused red LED in these portions here, and more importantly, the full LED operation for the top and bottom blocks. That's gonna be your running lights, your turn signals, brake lights, and so on.Now, the only thing we are transferring over here is your stock halogen reverse bulb. That's gonna go right in the middle. Again, probably a perfect opportunity to upgrade that to an LED to really keep the look consistent and keep everything 100% LED. But now that you have a better look at these two side by side, let's get them installed and show you how they work. Now, before we actually install the new tail lights here on our Silverado, we need to remove the top and bottom bulbs first. The reason being the new tail lights are going to plug into the actual socket itself for the top and bottom portion. So we'll remove those now. Next up, I need to remove the backing on the automotive-grade tape here with the relays or resistors because we do need to stash these somewhere in the tail light opening before we can actually install the tail light itself. So go ahead and pull off the backing.So as you guys can see, we do a lot of real estate to work with. We're gonna find a nice, comfy spot for the relay box inside the tail light opening and stick it to the metal. And now we're just gonna repeat that process for the bottom relay. Now we just need to make our connections. So we're gonna plug in the top portion to the top socket, making sure to seat it fully and do the same for the bottom socket. Now, before we install the tail light housing, simply insert your reverse bulb and twist. With everything connected, now we can re-install our new LED tail light housing into the opening, making sure we seat these two pegs in the holes here. We're just about home free here, guys. We just now need to re-install our 2 T15 Torx screws, starting with our top. And with that final T15 Torx screw tightened up, that's gonna knock out the passenger side. Simply repeat that process on the driver's side and your installation is complete.Hey, we hope you enjoyed this review and install of the LED tail lights here with the sequential turn signals built in for your 2014 to '18 Silverado at home. And keep in mind, for more cool products and videos like this, keep it right here at americantrucks.com.
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Impressive Rear End Lighting. Give your Chevrolet Silverado 1500’s rear end a boost in style and lighting by installing these Raxiom LED Tail Lights with Sequential Turn Signals; Black. These impressive tail lights feature a sleek, black design that complements your truck’s rugged good looks. Moreover, they come equipped with high-quality LED units that offer a highly illuminative performance to help keep you visible at night.
Features Sequential Turn Signal Lights. Even when it's dark out, you can rest assured that the drivers behind you will instantly notice your Chevy whenever you’re making a turn. Thanks to the tail lights’ sequential turn signal function, they’ll add an animated touch to your truck’s overall lighting performance.
High-Quality Tail Lights. These tail lights are built with tough lenses and durable housings that have been sealed together, offering a reliable and weather-resistant performance. What’s more, their exterior is covered with a resilient, black powder-coated finish for added style and strength.
Easy Installation. Although some wiring work may be required, installing these LED Tail Lights is a relatively easy task. This is because each assembly is designed to fit your vehicle’s specifications without the need for drilling.
Application. These Raxiom LED Tail Lights with Sequential Turn Signals; Black fit all 2014-2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 models without Factory LED Tail Lights.
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(approx) 1 Hour
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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