Someone please help with Halo Projector Head Lights!!!!!

blazer706

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Hello I am having the most difficult time in install these Halo Projector Head Lights (CCFL). I have seen other installs but it was with HID kits installed. Im hooking up just the head lights and it is one Connector that I dont know what to do with Pictures Below. I can get the Halo rings to come on but i dont know about the LED Strip im have had these headlights for 3 months and i need help putting them in. thanks anyone
 

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smitty5150

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That plug is for the led strip on the bottom of those lights? Does.it plug.in to the stock bulb socket? Looks like it might. If so, just plug in and go. If not, you need to cut the ends of and splice the wires directly......hooking ground to ground, running light to running light, and turn to turn. It really is simple, you just need to look at it the right way.
 

blazer706

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There isnt any plug for that connection and it is four wires Two Black One green/white and a solid green i may be making this hard i wired them up in my other car which was direct plug theses aren't it is that on connector
 

ConeKilrAutoX

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do you have a picture of the front so I can see the halo / LED strip style? but as smitty5150 said you might have to cut the connector in the picture you posted and wire it up yourself to the appropriate wire (ground, 12v power, etc) I just want to see if the LED strip is for turn signal or running light or low beam etc
 

blazer706

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here is the front

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how would i tell which black wire is correct
 

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ConeKilrAutoX

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ok. so if that connector (the one you are asking about) is disconnected you still have the halo lights come on? I would bet that the two black wires can be connected together and then to a ground. I would assume that they are for the LED strip. Now for the green/white and green wires...I am betting that one wire is for running light mode and one is to for turn signal. When you have the connector disconnected like in your picture does your turn signal come on at all?
 

ConeKilrAutoX

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That set of wires might also be used for hyper flash (when the leds have no load resistors and the turn signal indicator flashes rapidly and so does the LED = bad ) <--- this is just a thought though because I do not know what manufacture you have but I have seen some like that. (AS SEEN IN THE PHOTO BELOW - the grey box is a hyper flash corrector)
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smitty5150

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Those blacks are absolutely ground. The resistors are likely built in to those lights. The green and greem/white power the white and amber leds. In the stock harness there are 3 wires. A ground, one for running lights, and one for turns. You need to figure which wire in the light harness powers which leds, and which wire in the stock harness operates running lights vs turn signal. Match the wires to the appropriate function and you are golden.
 

blazer706

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ConeKilrAutoX said:
ok. so if that connector (the one you are asking about) is disconnected you still have the halo lights come on? I would bet that the two black wires can be connected together and then to a ground. I would assume that they are for the LED strip. Now for the green/white and green wires...I am betting that one wire is for running light mode and one is to for turn signal. When you have the connector disconnected like in your picture does your turn signal come on at all?

with all other connectors plugged and halos wired only low/high beams work, so yea that connector i was asking about is for the LED i was a little worried about cutting the connector
 

blazer706

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smitty5150 said:
Those blacks are absolutely ground. The resistors are likely built in to those lights. The green and greem/white power the white and amber leds. In the stock harness there are 3 wires. A ground, one for running lights, and one for turns. You need to figure which wire in the light harness powers which leds, and which wire in the stock harness operates running lights vs turn signal. Match the wires to the appropriate function and you are golden.

thanks all, im going to give it a try and i will let you guys know the results
 

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