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Old 07-12-2014, 05:09 PM   #1
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Diy angel eyes from umnitza

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Old 07-12-2014, 06:04 PM   #2
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I followed this DIY when installing their Orion V4 angel eyes: http://www.fastm.com/m3/angeleyes_orionv2.html
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I used the fastm one as well. It's the one they ship with the angel eyes too.
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Old 07-12-2014, 11:40 PM   #4
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Well I wish I wouldve done a diy for those who order the lights. I got help from my uncle who knows quite a bit anout electrical wiring. Hes got a 64 gto and a 69 trans am. He was utterly confused as I was but we managed to get everything wired up and good. The wires were different colored from all the diys I read and looked at from umnitza, but nonetheless the finished product is beautiful.

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I mean no disrespect, but the fastm guide was mighty easy to follow if you go word for word and not via pictures

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I mean no disrespect, but the fastm guide was mighty easy to follow if you go word for word and not via pictures

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Well why that may be true, we had no clue which wires were which due to the fact that the kit I got must have been changed. NONE and I mean none of the wires were the same color and that became an issue when trying to hood up the harness and actual lights. Hes done all wiring in all three of his vehicles and said that he still got confused. Who knows maybe we had more trouble than everyone else and jusy couldn't catch on to what they were saying in the diy.

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How easy did you find replacing the bushings and coolant tank compared to installing your angel eyes?
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How easy did you find replacing the bushings and coolant tank compared to installing your angel eyes?
Well with the angel eyes I had a helping hand. So they were easier. But the coolant refresh kit I did was simple in my opinion just kept breaking things and having to order them while doing it.

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