1. Remove Bumper
- To access headlights, remove the bumper
- We recommend checking out some handy youtube tutorials for help!
2. Remove Headlights
- Remove the (7mm) bolts to remove the headlights from vehicle
3. Open Headlights (Cutting method recommended due to OEM sealant type)
- Headlights can be cut open using a rotary cutting tool, Dremel, oscillating tool, or ultrasonic cutter
- Cut the seal close to where the lens meets the housing. Be sure to use slow and controlled cuts until you have worked your way around the entire headlight assembly.
- Once lens is loose, use force to separate lens from the housing.
- Need more help? We recommend checking out a Youtube video on how to open headlights by cutting.
4. After headlights are open
- Identify and remove the two OEM circuit boards in each headlight on the back of the inside bezel.
5. Remove the OEM Factory DRL Boards
- Next, remove the screws by holding the black alignment bracket in place over the factory boards.
- Pull the bracket off and unclip the power connector from the factory board.
- Use a small screwdriver to release the mounting point where the circuit board meets the clear acrylic DRL. Repeat for the second circuit board.
- Pull off the factory DRL boards
6. Installing the New RGBW Boards
- Reattach multicolor DRL boards to the black alignment bracket and align and snap the DRL boards into the OEM clear acrylic DRL piece
- Once aligned, screw in the multicolor DRL board bracket into place using the original hardware. Reattach the black alignment bracket using factory screws.
- Repeat for both of the RGBW DRL boards
7. Installing the RGBW Boards
- Using the alignment tabs, install the RGBW DRL boards using the original retaining screws and hardware.
- Once complete, route the wires out of the headlamp through the dust cap and seal any holes you create.
8. Completing the Install/Resealing
- Be sure to test all components before completing the installation and resealing
- Align headlights and lens together to the best of your ability. You can then use a hot knife or soldering iron and melt the plastic together around the cut
- Optional step: Finish off with RTV silicone sealant for extra security.