07-08-09-10-11-12 Chevy & GMC Truck / Tahoe / Yukon Installation Video
Recorded from the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, NV, this video shows how easy it
is to install your own custom gauge face from US Speedo, to finish that
ultimate interior for your vehicle.
This vehicle is a 2008 GMC Yukon Denali. The part used is the Limited
Edition Aquamariner gauge face kit from US Speedo.
Check us out @ http://www.usspeedo.com
Custom Lifted 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe LT - Ride Time - Winnipeg, MB
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Audi A4 B7 Mini H1 Bi xenon projector headlight retrofit full tutorial
The Audi A4 B7 is a very classic car with a luxurious appearance. Your car
didn't came out of the Audi factory with OEM xenon headlights? No need to
worry. With our Bi-xenon mini H1 twin kit it's now possible to transform
your headlights to true Bi-xenon projectors! Check out our full instruction
video on how to retrofit your headlight with these awesome projectors and
compete with OEM setups for a fraction of their cost!
0:01 Remove the caps from the rear
0:05 Bake the headlight to soften the sealing
0:11 We put the headlight in a carton box and heat it
0:15 1600 Watt heatgun for 16 minutes
0:23 Remove the lens clips and rubber
0:44 Seperate the lens from the housing using a flat screw driver
1:14 Remove the H7 halogen bulb cap
1:20 break off the cap channel with a plier
1:28 Place the small rubber washer over the projector shaft
1:33 Insert the Bi-xenon solenoid wires through the cap shaft and insert
the projector through the fitting
1:43 Place the H7 adapter ring and secure the projector nut
1:59 Don't tighten it fully yet, you might want to do some final rotational
adjustment when the headlights are mounted on the car
2:04 Mount the bulb holder
2:20 Click the shroud centric ring inside the shroud (this shroud has been
modified for fitment)
2:23 Apply a few drops of glue to be sure the shroud will stay on
2:50 Remove all finger prints using a fine cloth
3:00 If you want, apply some butyl to make sure the headlight will be free
3:20 Press the lens on the housing and bake it again
3:48 Now that the sealant is soft, press the lens on the housing using
pliers and secure the lens by placing the metal clips
4:17 Place the solenoid plug back on the wires
4:25 Connect the H7 high beam splitter for the solenoid to function
together with the H7 halogen high beam
4:49 Drill a 20-22mm hole in the bulb cap to guide the wires through
5:16 The wires will be connected to the ballast and H7 low beam plug.
Because the Audi A4 B7 has Canbus, this is the only wiring setup that can
5:22 Insert the bulb in the projector and secure it with the clip
5:48 Connect the 12V ballast wires correctly, red to the yellow cable (+
positive) and black to brown (- negative)
6:07 Click the cap back on, you are ready to do mount the headlight to the
car and enjoy a luxurious Bi-xenon projector headlight! :-)
blacked out tahoe on 24s
I created this videThis is my 2007 Chevy Tahoe. I took some shots to
practice using final cut pro x and my canon 7d. It features 24 inch KMC
slide wheels on Cooper Zeon LTZ all-terrain tires. It has a K&N intake and
magnaflow catback Exhaust. I added a
7 inch JVC KW-NT700 touchscreen media system with navigation. Also the JL
Audio xd700/5 amplifier pushing C5-650 component speakers up front and
C3-650 set up as coaxial in the rear doors. The sub woofers are 2 JL W3 8
inch subwoofers. The doors and rear hatch were also treated with dynamat.
Grill is blacked out and all emblems with plastidip and tail lights were
done with nightshades.o with the YouTube Video Editor
(http://www.youtube.com/editor) Sorry about the audio.
be sure to check out my friends Mustang 5.0 video i made a while back
How To Install Replace HID Headlights: 07-13 Chevy Silverado Suburban Tahoe
http://hidlightreviews.com/tahoe-suburban-headlight-removal/ Whether you
want to install new HID lights, replace your entire headlight assembly due
to damage, or just replace an old bulb this video will help you out. This
video applies to 2007-2013 Chevy Tahoe, Suburban, and Silverado.
HID Kit provided by GTRLighting. Find more information about hid lights,
led lights, and other automotive accessories here: http://gtrlighting.com/
SHARP CUTOFF 8000k HID Projector Headlight Conversion - 01 Chevy Tahoe
This is the install video for my HID Projectors that i ordered from
www.FuturevisionHID.com. I have had HID's before but it was time for some
projectors. It took a little bit of work but it wasnt too bad. It
actually took me longer to separate the lens from the housing then it did
to install the projector. The housings i am using are NOT STOCK. They are
"diamond clear" so they allow the projector to shine through without being
After aiming these things, and taking a short run around my building, they
seem very well. The silicon should be dry by now so tonight i will get to
drive with them finally.
To see more, Please visit my website www.SteveMeadeDesigns.com or
1996 Suburban, Modifying the Headlights to have low and high beams on at the same time
On 1988 to 1999 Chevrolet and GMC Trucks, the vehicles were designed so
when the high beam lights were selected, the low beam bulbs would
extinguish. While with proper bulbs, the distant illumination is adequate
enough, this leaves a rather dull spot of illumination immediately in front
of the vehicle for about 50 to 60 feet. This can be tiring on the eyes.
This movie clip consists of a fairly simple modification that can be done,
it is mentioned enough on several sites, and there are even kits available
to do the project. The problem is, in some places outside of the USA,
ordering one in can get to be rather expensive once postage/shipping is
factored in. By doing a little scrounging at wrecking yards for a few
simple parts, consisting of a 4-pin relay, a circuit breaker or at least a
fuse with its holder, a relay pigtail, and some decent gauge wiring, one
can make a device for pennies on their own. With this, the low beam lights
will stay lit once high beams are selected, giving a nice and even spread
of light in front of the truck. It finally warmed up enough around here, a
whole 18 degrees F, for me to get outside and at least get the project
done, though it needs a little tidying up. With this there is a little
hope warmer weather will be around soon enough so old vehicle projects can
resume once again. I tried my best in the movie, there is some
mumbo-jumbo, so I made a diagram for the end of the movie to try to explain
the project better for you, and help you to do the same on your truck if
you wish. Remember to please take no shortcuts doing any sort of wiring on
any vehicle, always fuse or circuit protect the project, disconnect
batteries for certain types of projects, or at the least make you constant
power supply the very last connection. Be sure no wire is near high heat
or where it may be pinched. I see my one hater hates me already! Show us
all how to do it you troll!
TRS Tips: Mounting and Aligning Projectors in a Headlight Retrofit
This video is a good watch for anybody doing a headlight retrofit with
projectors other than a Morimoto Mini H1 or D2S.
In this case, we're doing a Quad bi-xenon retrofit with the FX-R 3.0's
Retrofit Summarized in Ten Steps:
1) Park car in one place for the day, 20-25 feet from a clean/flat wall
like your garage door
2) Mark some reference points for the original beam pattern using masking
3) Take the lights off the car, carefully modify them to house the new
4) Clean everything, re-assemble, mount headlights with reflectors back
onto the car
(without the lenses though)
5) Run wiring harness, mount ballasts (see other videos for how-to's on our
wiring) and install HID bulbs into the projectors.
6) Clean all surfaces with rubbing alcohol to ensure good clean adhesion
with epoxy (projectors and modified headlight reflectors)
7) Work quickly to thoroughly mix 3-4 gumballs of epoxy, stick them onto
the corners of the projectors where they will make contact with the
headlight reflector, and align each projector so that it's beam pattern is
perfectly straight and centered according to your original beam lines. The
actual HID light must be turned on to do this, of course.
8) Leave the lights on for 10-15 minutes to help cure the epoxy. Once the
projectors are tacked in, you can then remove the housings and apply a
final layer of JB Weld (or other strong 2-part adhesive)
9) Trim/Mount your shrouds according to the geometry inside the headlights.
Trimming shrouds is very common.
10) Re-seal the headlights using the same technique you used to open then,
Other Helpful Tips:
- When re-installing the reflectors, only screw the aiming adjuster in 50%,
so you can fine tune the height adjustment up or down later on if need be.
- Only mix enough epoxy for one projector at a time, since it will harden
- Use your own judgement what is horizontally level, in case the beam from
your factory headlights wasn't so clear during step one.
- We recommend JB Weld for the final layer of epoxy, and JB SteelStick for
the initial tack-job. Be sure that all epoxies are fully cured before final
2015 Chevrolet Tahoe Start Up and Review 5.3 L V8
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Camerons Car Reviews Score: 4.5/5
Powertrains: 5.3 L V8 with a 6-Speed Automatic 2WD or 4WD
Features: Leather Seats, Full Power Accessories, Push Button Ignition,
Chevy MyLink, Pandora Internet Radio, AM/FM/XM Radio, Sunroof, Blu Ray/DVD
Player, Navigation System, HID Headlights w/LED DRL, Backup Camera
(Standard), Rear Parking Sensors (Standard), Heated Exterior Mirrors, USB
Port(s), Heated/Cooled Seats, Heated Rear Seats, Tri-Zone Automatic Climate
Control, Powered Seat(s), Lane Departure Warming, Blind Spot Monitoring,
Bluetooth Hands Free/Streaming Audio, Voice Recognition, Power Tilt and
Telescopic Steering Wheel, Power Adjustable Pedals, Memory Seat(s), Power
FUEL TYPE Flex-fuel (FFV)
FUEL TYPE Flex-fuel (unleaded/E85)
FUEL TANK CAPACITY 26.0 gal.
RANGE IN MILES (CTY/HWY) 416.0/598.0 mi.
EPA MILEAGE EST. (CTY/HWY) 16/23 mpg
Engine & Performance
BASE ENGINE SIZE 5.3 L
CAM TYPE Overhead valves (OHV)
VALVE TIMING Variable
TORQUE 383 ft-lbs. @ 4100 rpm
horsepower 355 hp
@ 5600 rpm
TURNING CIRCLE 39.0 ft.
BASIC 3 yr./ 36000 mi.
DRIVETRAIN 5 yr./ 100000 mi.
FREE MAINTENANCE 2 yr./ 24000 mi.
ROADSIDE 5 yr./ 100000 mi.
RUST 6 yr./ 100000 mi.
Weights and Capacities
MAXIMUM TOWING CAPACITY** 8500 lbs.
MAXIMUM PAYLOAD** 1752 lbs.
GROSS WEIGHT 7100 lbs.
CURB WEIGHT 5308 lbs.
CARGO CAPACITY, ALL SEATS IN PLACE 15.3 cu.ft.
MAXIMUM CARGO CAPACITY 94.7 cu.ft
Trims: LS, LT, LTZ
Competitors: Ford Expedition, Nissan Armada, Toyota Sequoia
What Camerons Car Reviews has to say about the Tahoe: It used to be one of
the best selling segments in America in the 90's and early 2000's, the Full
Size SUV segment. However, with rising gas prices and a need for more fuel
efficient cars this segment has been forgotten especially with full size
crossovers snatching there sales due to there more practical package, For
2015 the Tahoe looks to get fully redesigned that was much needed to keep
on with technology and styling elements that other vehicles have today as
it was getting behind the times in those key areas. Under the hood you will
find the star of the show that is still convincing some people to buy a
full size SUV over a crossover which is a very promising 5.3 L V8 that's
extremely potent and hauls anything in the back without comprise with
delivering better fuel economy this time around. On the inside you will
find everything to be rich in materials and textures that was much needed
since you are spending a boat load of money. Also many new standard
features come this time around including a backup camera and bluetooth
streaming audio. Even the base trim LS feels quite luxurious inside with
nice stitching on the dashboard. Room inside is quite good and the second
row can even get luxury features such as Captains Chairs and heated seats.
The 2015 Tahoe is quite a good full size SUV and is for sure the best in
the segment right now when it comes to a all conquering body on frame SUV
with great towing capabilities, however take out the engine and the towing
capacity, other full size crossovers deserve consideration.