CURSE THIS PICTURE POSTING LIMIT, sorry upset at loosing most of my write up after fixing it all to pic qty limitations ill try again tomorrow but second half is there.
Thanks to these guys!
Having seen the nice cool white illuminating the road of other cars passing by I wanted the same, and a brighter light! I became attached to the concept of LED's due to lifespan and lower power consumption as well as the temperature of light they put out. I chose the above model because it has no moving parts or in other words no fan to go bad over time. Also they are really simple to install no worries of ballast or relays, running extra wires around. Simply plug and play. (Turned out I needed to plug and play a resistor in there but still not bad its just click the led to resistor and resistor to harness)
· T25 torx driver
· Flat head screw driver
· Hex head screw driver/socket (size )
· Drill Bits
· H11 Bulb, I used THIS fan-less LED model 30w
· 6ohm 50 watt Resistor harness I used THIS
· Thermal Grease *optional
· Sheet metal screws
Okay now my Issue (SOLVED)
After contact with manufacture and some electrical engineers one of which used to work for ford, confirmed and tested working all I needed was a resistor in there to trick the car into thinking the light is there basically because the led light dosnt pull enough itself
Comp is being stupid and not letting me upload pics. I promise they are coming.
Step 1 Remove the bumper:
Alot of other tidbits on this elsewhere but figured I would cover it as well.
Pop the hood and Remove these screws
And these pushpins
In each wheel well there are these three twist pushpins, unscrew and pull out
Now look under the car remove these hex screws and 2 twist pushpins on each side, unscrew and pull out
Now you can remove the bumper starting here pull out near this seam once it pops out do the same on the other side
Now pull bumper outi set mine on some timbers so it wouldn’t just hang on the wire harness else you can undo all the wire harness just make sure to remember to re-hitch them all back up.
Now you have access to the headlight assemblies!
Edited by GrySql, 22 June 2015 - 10:49 PM.