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Old 01-13-2013, 04:12 PM   #1
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Exclamation Umnitza Predator Orion V2 Multi-Color LED Angel Eyes w/ Rem Install Questions

I recently purchased these lights and I could't find an install guide anywheres. I did find this http://www.fastm.com/m3/angeleyes_orionv2.html but it's not for the multi colored ones. I would be able to use that but I noticed some differences with the harnesses and stuff and I don't want to do anything wrong so could someone please direct me to a DIY guide anywheres? Thanks, help would be appreciated.
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Same exact installation, only thing you have to do extra is take the color changing module and run it into the cabin.
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Same exact installation, only thing you have to do extra is take the color changing module and run it into the cabin.
That's what I figured. Do you know where to run it and where to plug those two wires coming out of the module? That's my only problem at the moment.
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I'm saving up to get those colored but that installation looks brutal, especially the part of running it through the cabin
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I'm saving up to get those colored but that installation looks brutal, especially the part of running it through the cabin
Honestly, it wasn't as bad as i thought. The only part that frustrated me was getting the wires through the headlight assembly because you kind of need small hands but luckily I had a 2nd person to help. The wires in the cabin was really easy. Just feed the same wires down with the yellow wire for the remote turn on and feed the color changing one through the back of the foot well. I wish I took pictures but I just wanted to get the job done at the point. I took out the gear shifter knob/boot and the assembly with the heated seats on it and such. I used power from the cigarette lighter and put the remote in that eyeglass holder thing on the top. I'll take pictures of that since it took my forever to figure out where that goes and I hope your install goes easier.
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It's easy. Just take that wire for the module and the brown/yellow trigger wire for the remote on/off and run it to the cabin through the firewall hole. It's located in the drug bin. Take out the rubber grommet and push the wires though. It might take some time to get it out the other side. If you want, you can take out the glovebox to make it easier.
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It's located in the drug bin. Take out the rubber grommet and push the wires through.
This is the correct way to do it.


PS: Don't take the glove box out.
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