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Merideth: Hey, guys. So, today, we're checking out the Pro-Series LED Tail Lights with the Jet Black Housing and the Smoked Lens, fitting all 2014 to 2018 Silverado and Sierra 1500s with the Factory Halogen Tail Lights.So, if you're not a fan of your factory tail lights when it comes to the style or the lighting performance or you have a damaged or fogged-up tail light, and you're looking for an overall upgrade, then these will be a set that you'll want to check out. And these will offer a big upgrade and styling with an all-black housing and a smoked lens, perfect for anybody who wants more of a blacked-out look and wants some sleeker styling to their Silverado.Not to mention these will have a tough polycarbonate lens on the front. So if you do take your truck off-road or on the worksite, you can ensure that these will hold up better than the factory ones.Now, in taking a closer look at the tail light build, you'll see that you have four LED light bars that will illuminate in a fiber optic effect right up at the top of the tail light here. Now, those will be for your running lights. So whenever you have your daytime running lights or your headlights are on, those will illuminate in a red color which will give the truck a big style upgrade, especially contrasted with the gloss black housing on the inside.Now, in the center or in between those light bars are gonna be smaller red LEDs that will be incredibly bright to make you more noticeable, of course, when driving around on the street for safety, but also a more modernized look in comparison to your factory halogen lights.Now, down at the bottom here, you're gonna have a large red reflector and you're also going to get a housing for your reverse light, which will be swapped over from your factory tail lights. Not to mention these will be completely plug-and-play, giving them a pretty straightforward install. So if you flip it over here, you'll see that all of these are pre-configured and pre-wired for you and will plug right into your factory light socket giving it in an OEM style fit. These are also going to be DOT and SAE-approved to keep a little bit of peace of mind when you add these to your Silverado.Now, when it comes to pricing, these will come in and roughly $350, which is pretty average for a set of LED tail lights in the category. Now, when comparing these to other choices, these will be more for you if you are a fan of more of a dynamic look and a darker and sleeker approach when it comes to your lighting.Now, other options may have different internal light bar designs, they may not have a light bar inside of the tail light itself, so if you like that, this is gonna be more up your alley. They also may have a clear or a red lens or on the inside, they may have a chrome housing for more of a classic look.Not to mention some more affordable options on the site may not be an LED upgrade. They may have halogen bulbs included in the package or may not include bulbs at all just being a housing upgrade. Now, overall, if you're looking for a big upgrade in styling that blacked-out look and, of course, an upgrade in performance, then these are gonna be a great set to check out.Now, when it comes to install, I'm gonna give this a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. Like I said, everything really here is plug-and-play. So, you're gonna need some basic hand tools and probably an hour's worth of your time. And one of our installers here is gonna show you how to get these onto your Silverado. So, that's gonna wrap up my review. Let's go ahead and get into the install.Man: Tools needed for this install are either an electric ratchet, or manual ratchet, a T25 bit, a T15 bit, and a plastic pry bar. All right. Hey, guys? I'm gonna be showing you how to install tail lights on your 2014 to 2018 Silverado here. We're gonna start first by uninstalling our stock tail lights.All right. First step we're gonna need to take, with your tailgate down, you're gonna wanna undo these two torques bolts right here. All right. So these are T15 bolts. We're gonna use our electric ratchet here. You can use a regular ratchet or whatever you got on hand. We're just gonna start on the top one here, take it right out. Do the same thing right here on the bottom, you're gonna want to hold this tail light when you do it so it doesn't fall out of the truck.I also like to have a place to put those bolts. So, once you've gotten them out, light is gonna come sliding right out. All right. So, next thing we're gonna do is we're going to twist out our connectors here, keeping the bulbs intact. Just twist them to your right if you're standing where I'm at. Taking out like that. You can let this hang for a second.Now, we do have these two clips here on the tail light, ours have been taken out quite a bit, so yours might need a little bit of assistance to come out. You can use just a little plastic pry bar to pull these out from the bed of the truck. And once you've got this out, you can go ahead and set it aside.Next thing we're gonna do is we're gonna take out the top and bottom bulbs here. So this one is just gonna come right out. Same with this one on the bottom. And we are gonna retain this middle one for the reverse light.All right. Now, that we've got our stock tail light off, we're gonna have to transfer these plugs over from the original tail light to the new one. So, all you're gonna need do that is a Torx T25 bit and a ratchet. If you're using an electric ratchet for the rest of this, I would suggest using a manual one for this part, just because this is all plastic on the housing so you don't wanna crack that. Just gonna take that ratchet, have it turn the right way, and just undo this bolt.The bolt is gonna stay with the plug. We're just gonna go over here, drop it right on. I usually try to get these started by hand especially, because of this plastic so I don't crack the housing. Okay. Once you've got that one down, you're gonna go ahead and do the same thing for the one on the bottom.Now, these do have little alignment tabs on here that should match up with the spot on the new one. You can get it started by hand and a ratchet. Okay. Now, that we've got those on, we're ready to put the new light on the truck. All right. Now, that we've got those plugs on, we're gonna go ahead and plug in the lights themselves. So you're gonna take this plug coming out of the light, plug it into the body harness on the truck. Make sure when you do this that you've got the pins aligned properly, otherwise, you might get some hyper flashing.You're just gonna go ahead, plug the top one into the top piece of the harness on the truck. And the bottom one is gonna go into this bottom harness here. Once you've got that done, we're gonna have to put these in, tuck the wires in, and lock these in just like you would your stock lights, so. Just like this, we're gonna take a reverse light and that's gonna go down on the bottom here. And, again, we're keeping the bulb from the stock lights as well.Once you've got these locked in and ready to go, we're gonna line up those pins on the holes of the bed of the truck just like that, give it a little push, and we're gonna use our original T15 Torx bolts. We're gonna tighten these down. You may have to give these a little bit of a push to get them aligned properly. Again, I like to start these bolts by hand just to avoid cross-threading issues. Take a ratchet, once we've got it started, and tighten them down. All right. Once you got those snugged up, you're gonna go ahead and repeat that same process on the other side of the truck.That's gonna wrap it up for our review and install of the Pro-Series LED Tail Lights with Jet Black Housings and Smoked Lenses, fitting 2014 to 2018 Chevy Silverado 1500s and GMC Sierra 1500s with Factory Halogen Tail Lights. Thanks so much for watching. And remember for all things Silverado and Sierra, be sure to keep it right here at americantrucks.com.
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|Tail Lights Style||Custom Style|
|Tail Light Type||LED|
|Tail Light Lens Color||Smoked|
Cutting Edge Style and Illumination. Advance your rear-end look while also upgrading visibility with PRO-Series LED Tail Lights; Jet Black Housing; Smoked Lens. These tail light assemblies’ cutting edge style is characterized by angular LED tubes and a dark color scheme. These design elements come together to give your Silverado’s rear section a fierce new look. What’s more, these LED tubes get their illumination from high-quality LED chips capable of providing brilliant illumination to improve rearward visibility.
Rigid Build Quality. These tail lights’ smoke lenses are machine-formed from shatter-resistant polycarbonate before receiving a specialized coating that prevents fading. Similarly, the housings are injection-molded from high-quality polypropylene for maximum durability. The housings and the lenses are then fully sealed to provide superior all-weather performance. What’s more, the housings come in an exclusive jet black look for an eye-catching aggressive style.
Hassle-Free Install Procedure. Installing these tail lights is a fairly hassle-free procedure that’s accomplished without the need for modifications to your truck. Moreover, these lighting assemblies are outfitted with harnesses that use factory style connectors for a plug-and-play installation. Also, installation is completed using just standard hand tools.
Meets DOT Safety Standards. These PRO-Series LED tail lights meet DOT standard FMVSS108. This factor makes these lighting assemblies completely street legal.
Application. These PRO-Series LED Tail Lights fit all 2014-2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 models with factory halogen tail lights.
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