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If I were to go with these headlights what would I need to do to get them to work? I assume id have to do something since they're projectors. And would I need to wire them with the DRLs to get the LED stripes to work? Also, if I were to change my tail light bulbs to LEDs do I need to do anything or is it as simple as putting the LEDs in and they work?
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A link to those would be better. More info is needed....... So we know exactly what is included and how they are wired up.. More than likely, They are projector "style".. not actually projectors. Meaning they probably take original 9005/6 bulbs. If this is the case, then nothing special would be needed to get them to work. LED's on the other hand will most likely need to be wired in with the DRL's. .......or... parking lights. Usually is up to the purchaser or the installer on how this is done, can be done either way. .....as most of those are like that. My halo's in my headlights needed to be wired separately.
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Sorry, here's the link. I know, I can find them for cheaper prices. Thank you for the help. Would it be difficult to wire the strips with the parking lights? Would I need to disconnect the original parking lights? I know that in some places you're not supposed to have more than 4 forward facing lights, 6 with the running lights. Would these violate that?
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98-02 Chevy Camaro R8 Style LED Strip Projector Headlights - Black
Sorry, here's the link. I know, I can find them for cheaper prices. Thank you for the help. Would it be difficult to wire the strips with the parking lights? Would I need to disconnect the original parking lights? I know that in some places you're not supposed to have more than 4 forward facing lights, 6 with the running lights. Would these violate that?
From what I can see on the wring, They have included wiring harnesses that plug into the factory wiring, I would also guess that the LED's are "pre-wired".... so this would definitely be a "plug-n-play" design...... as advertised.............. also, there shouldn't be any issues with violating the amount of forward headlights.


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Complete set of left and right side 98-02 Chevy Camaro R8 Style LED DRL Projector Headlights - Black. Design as a plug and play replacement headlights, for easy installation. Projector style headlights provide innovative light beam concentration to maximize usage of lighting output. Brighten the road in front of you during night time with our projector headlights, and offer that Euro style light beam that the vehicle in front of you can notice. Featuring Angel Eyes Halo (Dual or single) and individual LED to enhance the styling and flow with the design of your car or truck.


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Yea, I'm sorry, I noticed that section after I posted. I admit my stupidity and lack of thorough checking. I really appreciate the help though. I apologize again.
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Yea, I'm sorry, I noticed that section after I posted. I admit my stupidity and lack of thorough checking. I really appreciate the help though. I apologize again.

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So, I got a new head plate for Christmas, but before I put it on I want to clean the engine up, how should I go about doing that? I know there's a few posts on here there mention cleaning up the engine and making it look nice, but I'm still kind of lost on how to go about doing it. I know it's not recommended to use a power washer, are there things I need to cover up? I've heard that you don't necessarily have to cover anything up, but I know people do put bags over stuff. What do I use to clean it up, any product recommendations? Thank you in advanced Click image for larger version

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Purple power work great IMO. Spray on cool engine let site 10 to 15 minutes. You can also use a medium or soft bristle brush to scrub with. Rinse with light spray from a garden hose. I cover my fuse box with a plastic bag just to be safe. Works for me. Simple green works good also.
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Super clean is by far the best degreaser off the shelf. Way more powerful than purple power and safe on rubber, but now I use HTH. My friend orders a gallon of it for me from his shop and that degreaser gets rid of anything you could possibly imagine! It puts any other degreaser to shame.


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Thanks for the help, guys. Is degreasing an engine different from actually cleaning it and shining it up?
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The same? Not really. Degreasing is just removing grease from the engine or whatever. Clean and shine is more of a "detailing". Although, degreasing is part of a detail.
You can "degrease" an engine without actually detailing it.


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So, something like Purple Power or Super Clean to degrease the engine, then something like Mother's or Mcguier's to detail it?
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Okay, so, I've had a problem with my radio with the stock radio cutting out and turning back in randomly, I just figured it was because it was an old radio. I saw a thread in the early 4th gen tech thread that made me think there was more to it than just and old radio. The op of thread mentioned the same radio problem, and in a response it was mentioned that the BCM could be the issue, along with that it was mentioned that it could cause the window to not go all the way up as well, which is another problem I've had. Another problem I had is that one of the bulbs in my driver side taillight will light up sometimes, but not always. When I got the car I replaced the bulb just thinking that it was out, but the new bulb blew out when we plugged it in. So we put another bulb in, but it didn't light up, so I just left it. But every now and then it works just fine. So, my questions are:
1) could the tail light be related to the BCM?
2) if I were to re solder the joints on the BCM could I risk messing anything up?
If I re solder the joints I'll use the picture in the other thread, I just didn't want to hijack that thread with my own problems.
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In case it's a question, I have used a soldering iron before, but it was only three or four times and I was using it to solder in pick ups on a few of my guitars, so nothing really computer related.
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Okay, so, I've had a problem with my radio with the stock radio cutting out and turning back in randomly, I just figured it was because it was an old radio. I saw a thread in the early 4th gen tech thread that made me think there was more to it than just and old radio. The op of thread mentioned the same radio problem, and in a response it was mentioned that the BCM could be the issue, along with that it was mentioned that it could cause the window to not go all the way up as well, which is another problem I've had. Another problem I had is that one of the bulbs in my driver side taillight will light up sometimes, but not always. When I got the car I replaced the bulb just thinking that it was out, but the new bulb blew out when we plugged it in. So we put another bulb in, but it didn't light up, so I just left it. But every now and then it works just fine. So, my questions are:
1) could the tail light be related to the BCM?
2) if I were to re solder the joints on the BCM could I risk messing anything up?
If I re solder the joints I'll use the picture in the other thread, I just didn't want to hijack that thread with my own problems.
This is as far as my window rolls up before it stops. The motor was replaced in November
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This is where the bulb is that works sometimes, but not always
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In case it's a question, I have used a soldering iron before, but it was only three or four times and I was using it to solder in pick ups on a few of my guitars, so nothing really computer related.
The tail light bulb and BCM are not related. I suspect a short to ground somewhere causing the tail light to blow. Re-soldering the joints in the BCM should fix your stereo and window issues. As long as you solder the joints correctly, there should not be any problems with anything else.


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Thanks for the help. Also, when I put a CD into the player the display shows an error and ejects the CD, could this also be due to the BCM or that just be the head unit?
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Thanks for the help. Also, when I put a CD into the player the display shows an error and ejects the CD, could this also be due to the BCM or that just be the head unit?
Head unit itself...... Does it show an error code? Or just the word error? Could be the CD itself........ If a code, let me know what it is.
Reasons a CD player can show an "error".
1) Dirty or BADLY (excessive) scratched CD: A CD player uses a laser to "read" the CD. A CD has microscopic dots and dashes to make up a digital signal, this is the music or whatever, in digital form, all, CD players have digital to analog converters to convert the digital information to analog, this analog form (signal) is what you hear (music).
2) Mismatched Disc format: trying to play an mp3 encoded CD in a player that doesn't support the format.
3) Excessive heat or cold: Head unit too hot or too cold. (usually caused by extreme weather conditions).
4) Dirty laser lens: Sometimes the laser lens can get dirty, especially mobile CD players. I have never experienced this issue before, but it can happen. Also #1 ^^ A Badly scratched CD will hinder the laser from reading the disc.


Also keep in mind: CD players use an error correction system to correct playback errors, sometimes if a disc is so badly scratched that the laser can't read a disc, even the best error correction system will not/can't help. So the CD player will show an "error" on the display and usually eject the disc. Ejecting the disc also varies by manufacturer. Not all of them will do this.
FYI: The error correction system in a factory stereo is sub-par compared to after market CD players.
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It just says "Err" on the display. I've tried a few different CDs so I don't think it's because of the CDs being dirty. I got the car in November, so I've only had it for the winter, so the cold could be a possibility. I don't think I've tried using the CD player in the extreme cold yet, I tried it again today before posting about the issue and it ejected the CD again, and it was in the mid-high 30s today. I'll try it again after some extended driving to make sure the car has enough time to heat up and then try again to be sure. And I buy all if my CDs, so I think that eliminates the mismatched format possibility. If I were to e a dirt laser lens aren't there cleaning discs or something that I could go buy for a temporary solution, until I'm able to replace the head unit?
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It just says "Err" on the display. I've tried a few different CDs so I don't think it's because of the CDs being dirty. I got the car in November, so I've only had it for the winter, so the cold could be a possibility. I don't think I've tried using the CD player in the extreme cold yet, I tried it again today before posting about the issue and it ejected the CD again, and it was in the mid-high 30s today. I'll try it again after some extended driving to make sure the car has enough time to heat up and then try again to be sure. And I buy all if my CDs, so I think that eliminates the mismatched format possibility. If I were to e a dirt laser lens aren't there cleaning discs or something that I could go buy for a temporary solution, until I'm able to replace the head unit?
Yes, there are laser lens "cleaners" (cleaning discs)..... but they can do more harm than good. You could try it if you want to, but I do not recommend them.
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Time to start saving up for a new head unit, then. Thank you for all of your help. Just one more question, though. Back to the BCM real quick, is re soldering the connections something a dumb high schooler that has little experience with a soldering iron can do without messing anything up? I know how to solder, but I've only done it a few times before, but I feel like it'd be unnecessary to pay someone to do that
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Time to start saving up for a new head unit, then. Thank you for all of your help. Just one more question, though. Back to the BCM real quick, is re soldering the connections something a dumb high schooler that has little experience with a soldering iron can do without messing anything up? I know how to solder, but I've only done it a few times before, but I feel like it'd be unnecessary to pay someone to do that
you are welcome. Yes, re-soldering the BCM is something you should be able to tackle. Getting the BCM out of the car is harder (tedious) than the repair
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