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Originally Posted by BigSash
Where did you get your demon eyes kit? Did you change any other bulbs or fogs while you were in there? is replacing the foglights much more elaborate than this?

thanks & hope my Q's aren't too noobish
heres where you get them from http://www.advancedautomotiveconcepts.com/MainSite.htm
 
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Very nice job LCA, thanks for the info. Can we please have this saved in the DIY section?
 
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is it necessary to disconnect the battery before this installation?
 
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Originally Posted by BigSash
is it necessary to disconnect the battery before this installation?
not necessary, but as always is a good idea.
 
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What headlight switch position are the Demon Eyes wired with? Parking lights? Do they stay on with the main beams?

Also, does the kit come with plug-and-play wiring harnesses, or do you have to cut/splice OEM wiring?
 
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Can you show the similar steps in how to take off the rear bumper cover?
 
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Originally Posted by Noremac
What headlight switch position are the Demon Eyes wired with? Parking lights? Do they stay on with the main beams?

Also, does the kit come with plug-and-play wiring harnesses, or do you have to cut/splice OEM wiring?
The kit is plug n play no soldering or drilling. I believe they can go with your fog lights or as running lights.
 
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Originally Posted by 03silverG
once you bake the headlight is it going to be hot to hold when you take it out or just warm? I have been very interested in the demon eyes but have been wondering about the oven part.
You can use a towel to remove it, I wear gloves or just bare hands usually.
 
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Originally Posted by BigSash
Where did you get your demon eyes kit?
You can get them on eBay
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...RK%3AMESE%3AIT
 
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How can i get some demon eyes kit?
 
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^^^ freaking n00bs. read before you post.
 
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Originally Posted by soupergeekg35
How can i get some demon eyes kit?
www.aacstyle.com
 
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when you guys pry apart the lens from case with silicone glue coming off, doesnt it make it problematic now in future? condensation on inside of lens and seal now not the original factory?
 
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when you guys pry apart the lens from case with silicone glue coming off, doesnt it make it problematic now in future? condensation on inside of lens and seal now not the original factory?
The glue does not come off, you simply reheat the lens and and housing then press it back together. If you follow the instructions to reaseal the lights you will not have any issues with condensation.
 
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Originally Posted by LCA575
I don't have a pic of the sedan at night yet but here is the coupe:

Hey, do you know the dimensions of the Angel/Demon Eyes?

This is what the LED Angel Eyes look like on my Denali! I would love to do my G if it makes sense...
 
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