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A 355nation How To presented by
Moto

Project Name
Supermodulation RearView Mirror LED Install

Project Description
Mirror light replacement

Skill Level
If you can't do this you suck

Project Vehicle
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Colorado
Year: 2005
Engine: 3.5L
Power windows: Yes
Sun Roof: No

Tools Needed
Small flathead screwdriver, needle nose pliers, torx bits
Project Time
15 minutes
Project Cost
Cost of the LED's, time

This is a pretty simple mod. In this writeup, I'll break it down, just in case someone gets stuck during their install. These lamps are nice and bright, with a nice clean light coming from the LED's.

2005 Chevy Colorado Z71


1.)
Take the mirror down using a Torx bit, and remove the wiring harness from the rear of the mirror.

2.)
Remove the lens covering the existing lamp.


3.)
Remove the existing bulb using a small screwdriver (NOT NEEDLENOSE PLIERS), and use a set of 45° needlenose pliers to squeeze the "socket" tabs back together, allowing the LED plug to fit snugly in the socket.




4.)
Plug the LED harness into the socket and shove the excess wire down into the hole where the bulb used to sit.


5.)
Remove the adhesive backing from the LED and press into the reflector until the foam compresses and the light is positioned the way you want it. Reinstall the lens cover, wiring harness, and mirror. Done.


 
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