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Silverado/Sierra

2014+ Chevy Silverado/ GMC Sierra HID conversion kits

2014+ HID Colors

Strictly HID's offers an HID upgrade for 2014+ Chevy Silverado/ GMC Sierra!

Zero wire cutting or splicing required.

This is 100% plug and play.

LIFETIME WARRANTY no questions askedon all HID kits

The RECOMMENED light output is 6K pure white matching all popular white bulb LED systems for a fraction of the cost.




We offer the HID kits in:
  • 3k Gold
  • 4300k OEM White
  • 6k Pure White
  • 8k Arctic White
  • 10k Blue
  • 12k Purple

LED Taillamps for the 2014+ Sierra ONLY

Price $425

NOW $325.00

Included in every headlight or fog light system:

  • HID bulbs (pair)
  • Ballasts (pair)
  • Wiring Harnesses
  • Zip Ties

LED Taillamps for the 2014+ Silverado ONLY

Price $425

NOW $325.00

2014+ Sierra High/Low Beam HID Kit

Price $160

NOW $80.00

Pick Your Bulb Color

Ballast Info:

  • Slimline Series
  • Weatherproof Connectors
  • AC Canbus Digital
  • 12 volts
  • 35 watts
  • 23,000volts

2014+ Silverado Low Beam HID Kit

Price $125

NOW $62.50

Pick Your Bulb Color

2014+ Silverado High Beam HID Kit

Price $125

NOW $62.50

Pick Your Bulb Color

2014+ Silverado/Sierra Fog Light LED Kit

Price $199

NOW $100



Comes With:
LED bulbs, LED ballasts and Plugs

2014+ Silverado/Sierra LED Reverse, Cargo, and License Plate Kit

Price $150

NOW $80.00

2014+ Chevy Silverado and Gmc Sierra hi beam all on mod! ( Fogs will stay on with High beams)

This mod will let you use the fog lights on low beam same as factory. On and off with the fog light button. When the fog lights are turned on while on low beam, then the high beams are either flashed or turned on and then off, the fog lights remain on when going back to low beam. When the high beams headlights are switched on, the fog lights come on also. You cannot shut the fog lights off with the high beams on. When going back to low beam, the fog lights go off if they were off prior to switching high beams on. Find the BCM under the dash, just to the left side of the steering column, right behind and above the OBD2 connector. It's a black box about 7" square and an inch thick. It will have 7 connectors in the lower edge of various colors. Pull the BROWN connector loose. There is a little tab you need to squeeze inward to release it. Look at it closely, there are tiny numbers at the corners to give you pin location reference. Use my attached connector photo and the numbers on the connector, along with the colors of the wires to locate the proper wires. Locate pin #10 with the Brown and White striped wire. This is the Fog light signal wire for the relay. Locate pin #18 with the Brown and Violet striped wire. This is the High Beam signal wire for its relay. Take a 1N4004 diode and push the wire lead of the diode in along side the wires with a pair of needle nose pliers. You need to push hard to get it to slide in about 1/4" so it will stay snug. Make sure the marked end of the diode (stripe) is toward the High Beam. You can put a piece of electrical tape over the bare diode leads or you can slip a piece of heat shrink over the diode before you install it and shrink it after pushing it in. But there's really no need as these are switched Ground leads, not power. Put the BROWN connector back in the BCM. YOU'RE DONE. THAT'S IT.

If you have any more questions please feel free to email us at StrictlyHIDs@gmail.com
or call/text us at (909) 646-0982

 

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