its just a LED strip that is stuck to the outside edge...doesnt need to go inside. its just glued on to the edge.Kind of an old post, but I just looked at these again. I 'think' I like the LED strip on the bottom. I also like that he wired them up to the lights so when the lights turn on, so do the LEDs. I am thinking about doing this, but I will probably wire a switch to the inside of the car between the lights and LEDs. If for whatever reason I don't like them or something calls for them not needing to be on I can shut them off. I have read the direction a couple times, but having a hard time figuring it out. How do you actually get the leds inside the plastic housing? Does it pop off?
Yes, some people refer to install the led inside the headlight housing. Just the turn on your oven 350 degree and bake the headlight for a few minutes so that the sealant used to seal the headlight assembly melt then pull the headlight a part. Everyone wants to try this must be very careful not to melt your headlights. The Led lights are not really last as long as they said so it will be easier to replace the Led outside the headlights assembly than inside. ThanksI would like to put it inside the actual light. I think it looks a little tacky having something like that just stuck on the outside.