How To: Install LED Tail Lights on a Chevy Silverado (2007 truck body)

Free Shipping on all LED Tail Lights: A video installation guide that shows you how to install LED tail lights on a 2007 Chevy Silverado. The tail lights featured in the video are from Spyder USA. If you're looking for regular, non-LED tail lights, click here:

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How to Install Anzo LED Tail Lights on a Chevrolet Silverado
The Anzo LED Tail lights will give your truck the custom look you wanted. Come in Black, smoke, chrome, red, clear and carbon finishes. Super bright LEDs and sold in pairs. Stay Informed and Sign Up: Subscribe to our Channel: Follow us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Google+: FREE SHIPPING Give us a call at 866-262-3738 Video Transcription: Hey, guys. John here with Today, I'm going to show you how to install the Anzo LED Black Tail Lights onto this 2014 Chevy Silverado. All right, guys, as you can see, we've got our tail lights out the box. You can tell, looking at them here, how nice they are. These things increase your visibility and safety, just because of the super bright LEDs. And not only that, they look a lot better than these factory tail lights do. The first step of installing our new Anzo LED Tail Lights is to get these old factory ones out. Real simple process. First thing we're going to do is a couple of screws. There's torques head screws here. We're just going to take those out, and then we'll pop our tail lights out. Once the screws are out, then what we're going to do is we're going to pull this out a little bit here. These can be in here really tight, so you might have to pull them kind of hard. But what we're going to do is just give them a little tug back and forth, loosen them up a little bit, and then pop them out of the slots that they're in, in the truck. Take our bulbs out. Once we've got our tail light out, we're ready to put our new one in. What we want to do is peel these pieces of protective paper off the back because we're going to have to insert our lights in here. On this one and this one, you're actually going to take the factory bulbs out of the harness. If you look at the bottom of this wiring, they're designed just like the bottom of your light bulb is. You can see how they're made just like the bottom of your light bulb. So that's what allows them to take the place of the light bulb. And we're going to attach these. And they're going to be a little snug, but they will go in. As you can see there, it's actually in there now. The same way with our center one for our backup light. You're probably wondering, "What are these things here for?" Well, what these are, these are designed to stop, for your turn signals. With an LED bulb, an LED uses way less power than an incandescent or a halogen bulb does. So what these do, these are a resistor that allows the truck to work properly with the LEDs, which take less power. Otherwise, if you don't have these, the computer in your truck is going to think that there's a bulb blown back here. And you're going to get a really fast blinking or a message on your dash, telling you that you have a taillight out.