EDIT!!!!! Well i guess webshots decided to change their format and i didnt log in in time to have my pictures transfered over to the new site so there all gone and i didnt save them on my computer or camera and hidprojectors wanted these test lights back so if you have any questions regarding install PM me and ill try to help the best i can. Sorry.
NEW EDIT!!!! i found the pic in my recycle bin, ill get them hosted again asap
Due to some cosmic stuff or maybe because the world is ending in december i was chosen (among some other fine members of this community) to do a "real world" test of some lighting choices for the JK. I picked the HIDprojectors setup for the JK. This write-up will show you how to install these from start to finish and in a few days include some pics of these vs stock headlights. HIDprojectors offers quite a few options of there system, including ballasts, bulb temp,painted housings,angel eyes, and led halos. My kit was the pre-assembled ones, you dont have to take your stock housings apart.
Heres what i recieved
The install is very easy you only need a few hand tools.
To start you need to remove your grill.
Remove the plastic screw clip things, i just pryed them out as unscrewing them didnt work.
next you just pull the grill off, there are a few clips along the bottom of the grill, then you take out the parking light bulbs, they just twist out of the housings. you can them remove the grill from the jeep and you end up with this
Next you need to remove the chrome ring that holds in the stock housing.
There are 4 torx screws holding the ring on, after the ring is removed you can pull out the housing.
To unplug the oem bulb there is a red tab you must slide out to be able to press the button on the harness to unplug it
heres the tab in the locked position
heres the tab in the unlocked position
After you unplugs the oem light you can remove the housing. After you remove the housing you remove the ring from the stock housing.
After you remove both housings your jeep should look like this
Now you get to start adding the new stuff.
First off you need to wire the lights, electrical noobs have no fear this is very easy and almost impossible to mess up.
First step is to connect the supplied harness to + terminal on your battery, the red ring terminal is the + one.
next there are 2 ground terminals one for each headlight harness. Just make sure there is no paint where the terminal is bolted to the body.
You can use a existing bolt (as i did) or make your own ground with a self tapping screw.
next is sorting out the wiring for each side. It is very easy as everything has matching plugs and cannot be plugged in wrong. You only need to plug in the HID harness to one of the factory headlight plugs.