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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-11-2017, 01:56 PM
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Nice truck. Was there any issues installing the LEDs in your headlights? I just purchased a pair of Anzos and it looks like the bulbs are wired internally and not able to be unplugged and replaced.
I just installed a set of Anzo headlights and was able to change all the bulbs out for LEDs fairly easily. All the wiring was removable, once you unscrew the protective waterproof housing for each light. Which might be why it looks like all the wiring is internal. The only problem i had was the hole the projector bulbs slide into was a little small for the LEDs i used, and had to unscrew the plastic top on the LED to get it in there. Other than that it was super easy to change out the bulbs.
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Nice truck. Was there any issues installing the LEDs in your headlights? I just purchased a pair of Anzos and it looks like the bulbs are wired internally and not able to be unplugged and replaced.
I had to cut out spots to fit the fans on the LED bulbs, i swapped the red and brown wires, ran a separate relay off the fuse box, and put in a switch, & re-wired the fogs. The factory fog light harness is just tapped up, nothing is connected to it.

Everything was custom, it wasn't easy enough to just do a simple write up.

As soon as the truck is cranked the fog's and led bars are on as daytime running lights. These are also on a switch so i can turn them on/off at will, since they are also on a relay they automatically turn off with the ignition in case i forget to turn the switch off.

The low beams automatically tun on at dusk by the daylight sensor

The led light in the bumper is wired on a relay off the high beams so when the high beams are switched on all 7 lights are lit. It's BRIGHT
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I had to cut out spots to fit the fans on the LED bulbs, i swapped the red and brown wires, ran a separate relay off the fuse box, and put in a switch, & re-wired the fogs. The factory fog light harness is just tapped up, nothing is connected to it.

Everything was custom, it wasn't easy enough to just do a simple write up.

As soon as the truck is cranked the fog's and led bars are on as daytime running lights. These are also on a switch so i can turn them on/off at will, since they are also on a relay they automatically turn off with the ignition in case i forget to turn the switch off.

The low beams automatically tun on at dusk by the daylight sensor

The led light in the bumper is wired on a relay off the high beams so when the high beams are switched on all 7 lights are lit. It's BRIGHT
I think this deserves a "How To" write up
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