Frequently Asked Questions


Q: How do I install this product?

A: This is a highly customize product. In order to install these RGB LED Angel Eyes Rings for your headlights, you need to bake and open up the stock headlight lamps to place the LED Rings inside and seal them back. Therefore we highly recommend professional installation.


Q: Where do I tap the power?

A: Please tap the power to the stock side marker lights, parking lights or even ACC wire. 

Q: Can the RGB rings stay at a solid color without flash?

A: Yes, you can set the rings to stay at any of the colors without flashing.


Installation Tips

1) When you plug in the RGB LED lights to the module box, please make sure the wire colors on both adapters match. The connector grooves must be plugged in securely to lock the connections in place.

2) To power up the module box, connect the red wire to any 12V power source (+). Connect the black wire to a ground connection. Make sure you do not mix these two wires up; Connecting the two wires incorrectly (tapping the black wire to a positive connection and the red wire to a ground) may result in permanently damaging the module box. Recommended locations for tapping the red wires are:

  • The fuse box (+)
  • Parking/side marker lamp (+)
  • Battery (+)

3) [For LED Halo Rings] DO NOT use double sided tape or metal wires to mount the LED halo rings, please use 2-part epoxy glue. Glue the LED halo ring on the edge, instead of on the back to prevent any damage to the components on the back. You may apply glue to the circuit board location as well.


If no light turns on, it is caused by the connection of the module box power supply to the power source is reversed. Switch the wires to make sure the solid black wire connects to negative and the white/black strip wire connects to the positive. Make sure that he positives and the negatives match up together. If not, just flip the adapter.


To sum it up, if the lights are not working properly, simply flip the plugs that connect to the LED 180 degrees or switch around the wiring that connects to the power source.