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Doesn't the 2015 have LED DRLs. How would you add another set?

I've had pretty good luck looking things up on GMPartsDirect.com

(If there are any other on-line parts manuals, I'm all ears.)
 

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As far as I can tell, the entire trim cover is sold as a complete assembly. If you go to GM Parts Direct and go: BODY HARDWARE - FRONT BUMPER & GRILLE - BUMPER & COMPONENTS - Trim cover, you'll find the part numbers.

But I think you're better off looking for generic weatherproof LED strips.
 

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Was hoping to avoid that, and stick with the more OEM look. I want the secondary DRL to be able to dim like the Cruze OEM one does.

When lights are on auto the LED DRL are Full Bright (or so I imagine), when you twist one to the right for Marker Lights, they dim to about 30% and obviously the marker lights come up with it too.

And if you turn the headlights on Manually, they still stay at the same brightness. I just think it would be could to have 2 pair of LED DRL's instead of just one on each side.



And thanks for the Link/Info. I was looking in electrical. Silly me.. Wrong classified area.
 

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I'd imagine that brightness is a function of the power fed to the LEDs, not the LEDs themselves. So a added LED would do the same thing if attached to the same wires.
 

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There's other threads that cover the fogs. From what I remember, install isn't too hard, but you might have to have the dealer update the car's programming to work.
 

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Not all of the years require a BCM reprogram. But some do. I had factory fogs added to my 2012. I bought them on eBay for a steal. $65 for an oem set in the box, unopened. So you can find them cheap.


Looking at the LTZ it actually has fogs and DRLs.
 
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