Then secure the ground wire to the housing and plug it into the original harness. Next, install the halogen headlight with the new-style connector plugged in. Finally, reinstall the retaining ring springs and new headlight bezel. Voila! The headlight install is now complete. Let's move to the rear and install the LED taillights. Finally, reinstall the retaining ring springs and new headlight bezel. Voila! The headligh The first step in the rear is to remove the taillight lenses and old bulbs. Then, remove and save the boot on the back of the taillight and disconnect the harness by turning the connector clockwise. At this time, choose a convenient location to cut the harness to be spliced. Then, remove and save the boot on the back of the taillight and disconnect the harness by Pictured here is the old harness alongside the new LED harness. The new harness will then be routed through the existing holes, reusing the old grommets and newly supplied waterproof connectors. The new harness will then be routed through the existing holes, reusing the old grommets a Next, install the LED array following the instructions for proper wire attachments. Here's a picture of the LED array properly installed into the housing. Finally, position the lens gasket and reinstall the lens. (Do not over-tighten the lens screws.) Reconnect the negative battery cable and fire up your new killer lights. Before hitting the road, be sure to test all stoplamps, blinkers, and high and low beams. As a side note, we were amazed at the ease of the installation and great instructions. You can be up and running within a few hours with a minimal amount of tools and experience. Not only are these lights bright, but they also add beauty to a car that already has plenty of curb appeal. SOURCES Danchuk Manufacturing Inc. 3201 S. Standard Avenue Santa Ana CA 92705 « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article By Dan Ryder Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!