Enhance Your Ride with Easy-to-Install Projector Headlights
Installing projector headlights on your vehicle can be a great way to improve your vision on the road. With the proper wiring and alignment, your headlights should be as safe for other drivers around you as they are for your own visibility. Here are the steps you should take to install projector headlights:
Start by taping the wires onto the back of the headlights. Make sure to divide them by color (red, black) and separate them into two groups. The black wire is the ground wire, while the red is the positive. Once you have them divided, use the wire stripper to remove some of the insulation and twist the ends of the wires together. Then use a female crimp connector to secure them.
You can also add extra length to the wire by inserting a new piece of black or red wire and making the necessary connections to it. First, turn on the headlights in the car and open the hood, then use a voltmeter to determine which wire is the headlight wire. After that, attach your extra red wire to the headlight wire and the black to the ground in the headlight harness.
Now that the wiring is taken care of, it’s time to attach the projector headlights to your vehicle. Begin by connecting the headlights to the car’s headlight harness. Make sure the connections are secure and wrap them in electrical tape to prevent any wiring from becoming exposed.
Once everything is connected, it’s time to properly align the headlights. Raising and lowering the arms of the headlights can help you adjust the projector angle so the light is pointing in the right direction. To test the alignment of the headlights, point the vehicle in the direction you want to test (such as a wall or the side of a building). Make the necessary adjustments – if necessary – until the light is correctly aligned.
While it can be intimidating to think about wiring a new set of projector headlights, it’s actually not that complicated. Following the steps above can help you ensure your headlights will be properly aligned and wired, making them a safe investment for you and other drivers on the road.