Here is the specs and instructions in the package
This is page 2 of the instructions
View of the box for reference
10MM WATERPROOF LIGHTS
You can see they are protected lights. Others available and very similar are not for exterior use
Comes with 3M trim tape
BUY THE FOLLOWING EXTRAS–Wire to lights splice plugs see pic, and a roll of wire. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE SPLICES as they come for non-waterproof–wire to wire and light to light and wire to light… MAKE SURE YOU GET WIRE TO LIGHT as shown, they are non-strip wire connectors.
Cut the pig tail off the inverter so it can be hardwired to 12V (THEY ARE 12V LIGHTS)
OK LETS GET STARTED!
Remove the dash for easy installation
Splice the pig tail onto an unused plug ( I FOUND ONE UNDER THE DASH NOT BEING USED and had the other end in my parts bin)
Wired into dash on right side of dash, you can see the black pig tail plugs into the driver. This driver is WIFI and IR for a remote
Size of sensors
After testing everything, this is were the actual IR sensor is above the dash on the A pillar for the remote
Clean the path of that you will run the lights. I have doen it before so I have a process.
- Spot the path
- Clean the path so the trim tape will stick (i used 409 then alcohol)
- Install the trim tape where you want the lights, dont stretch the trim tape or it will pull itself off the body
- Measure the tape so you can cut the lights correctly —READ DIRECTIONS AND UNDERSTAND HOW TO AND WHERE TO CUT THE LIGHTS.
- Lay out the wire between the lights
- Hook up and test everything before you attach the wire to the 3M tape. It will ruin the lights to try and remove the lights from the trim tape. I have done this.
- Remove the double sided tape form the back of the lights, you only need the 3M tape. Do this slowly so you do not damage the lights. Using both tapes will release. The tape that comes on the lights is kind of crappy. It will hold for a few months then it will start falling off.
- I make the lights about 2 inches longer than the 3m tape so I can hook up the connectors easily
- I will use clear silicon on both sides of the connector to keep them waterproof and dry. It iwll also hold them in place
Lights under drivers side front wheel well
Lights down drivers side body
Lights going up by drivers side battery compartment
Connection on rear area lights to wire so I could run wire from this section back to rear spat section. This allows you to make angle changes, not waste the lights and its easier to run wire through tight areas over trying to get the lights through there (this is where I will use clear silicon)
Connect at rear spat
lights under rear spat (I have a custom made rear spat and basket)
How it looks in garage
Outside at night Not the best pics
You can change the color easily with the remote. Purple is my daughters favorite, I like the green but it did not photograph well. Red looks the best in pictures.