Getting familiar with the group...
- Genesis Model Type
- 2G Genesis Sedan (2015-2016)
Makes sense but you could probably easily go past 100k long as the car was well taken care of.I don't remember the pin-count. Here is a post that shows the pin-out of the stock harness on the 2015s. Sorry I don't have the details on the modified harness post handy, but when I take mine apart again I'll post a picture.
As for why I would strongly prefer not to hold onto the car past 100K miles, it comes down to the repair costs for big-ticket items. The head-unit alone in this car is almost $4000. Also in my youth I bought used cars and have on more than one occasion been stranded on a highway in the most inconvenient fashion. So long as I am blessed to do so, I will do everything in my power to not be in that situation again. Besides, if I'm honest, I'm a gadget freak and somewhat addicted to "new-car-smell."
But if I could extend my warranty for 2G for another 50K miles, I would be willing to do that (not saying those numbers are realistic or feasible, just something I pulled out of the air). I really do love my car and am not sure the 3rd generation Genesis/G80 will be available by the time I reach 100K miles. And at this point, I have no idea what I would buy that would have the same level of tech and not be annoying in other ways. Or be way overpriced.
But I'm looking to pull the plug on these headlights. Just wanted to make sure all would be good When it came down installation and functionality. I would think by it being designed for the USA model things shouldn't be to off.