|CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500||2016-2018|
|DO NOT FIT||GMC Sierra|
|NOTE||Not compatible with trucks with OEM LED turn signal. Truck must have incandescent factory turn signals!|
|WIRING||Plug n Play|
This the Chrome housing that goes around the LF542 Assembly, this is not a full headlight assembly. Head over to the headlight assembly for full pricing.
Make your truck look better while helping you see clearer. Let's be honest, the factory lights that came in the Silverado originally were only fine, but not great. Couple that with how amazing headlights have started looking nowadays it seems almost necessary to bring these late-model Silverado's up to spec. Don't worry about losing that consistency, if you've got factory chrome on your truck these will match right up!
Morimoto is a leader in automotive lighting and will combine the style that you might be able to get from other lights, with a quality, warranty, and lifespan that is almost unmatched! If you've ever gone to install an aftermarket headlight unit that was smaller, the bolt holes didn't line up, or wiring that doesn't *quite* click together you might appreciate the OEM quality fitment Morimoto has strived to achieve. While the Silverado LEDs from Morimoto cost a bit more relative to other options in the aftermarket; the saying goes "you pay for what you get"
- DOT approved: More performance, street Legal
- UV-coated polycarbonate lens: Don't put money towards a temporary shine
- 2019 OEM+ Design Inspired
- Sequential LED DRL or traditional Switchback LED DRL
- Industry-leading quality from hotshot trucks running the highways to SEMA builds on your background
|TRAFFIC PATTERN||LHD ONLY|
|OPERATING VOLTAGE||9-32V DC|
|HOUSING COLOR||Gloss Black|
|RUNNING / PARKING LIGHT COLOR||White (LED)|
|TURN SIGNAL COLOR||Amber (Sequential LED)|
|OPTICS||3x Kuria Optic Bi-LED|
|HOUSING MATERIAL||UV-Coated Polycarbonate|
|HEADLIGHTS||2x 16-18 Silverado 1500 XB LED|
|WIRING||Plug and Play|
|DRIVERS||Flicker / Hyperflash Modules|
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