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Old 07-14-2014, 03:10 PM   #1
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How to to install te Projector Halo Angel Eyes?

I bought some new Headlights for my 323i and they are the Halo Projector headlights with the built in cornor light and how do I install the angel eyes. The angel eyes are already in the headlight I just need to know where the wires go. They are not LEDS. They did not come with instructions and what's the easiest way to install these angel eyes. Thanks GOD BLESS BTW I'm new and I familiar with these car forums I have an account with Allfordmustangs.com
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Old 07-14-2014, 03:22 PM   #2
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Return those lights ASAP! They are complete utter garbage. Retrofit in projectors into your halogen headlights and install quality angel eyes onto your existing setup.


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Don't mean to sounds rude but I didn't ask for anyone's advice how they look I'm just asking how to install the angel eyes. Once again not meaning to sound rude or anything

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Old 07-14-2014, 04:10 PM   #4
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Return those lights ASAP! They are complete utter garbage. Retrofit in projectors into your halogen headlights and install quality angel eyes onto your existing setup.


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His statement you declared as "rude" was not based on the looks of the headlights. Those are notoriously bad quality lights. You would be much better off running stock xenon or halogen headlight assemblies and getting the angel eye kit from Khoalty. Currently priced at $129, I have to say they are really good bang for buck angel eyes and have very nice instructions with them.

Generally angel eye wires are tapped into accessory power from the ignition, they need to be grounded just like every other electronic device and usually need a dedicated power line hooked up to the positive terminal in the engine bay.

Tap the wire that is white and red with yellow spots located under the cover next to your brake fluid, this is your accessory power.

This way the lights are always on while your car is running or accessories are on.

or the alternative is to disconnect the foglights and run the wires from the angel eyes tapped into the foglight power switch so you can manually control them. If you want them to run by themselves without other lights on, this requires some more extensive modification but it can be done.
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