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Old 08-09-2008, 09:17 PM   #1
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Angel Eye Mod (93-97 Camaros)

What you'll need:
-2 sets of angel eye driving lights http://www.brandsport.com/pilt-nv538w.html



-screwdriver, star key tool (for removing the old lights), needle nose pliers, power drill (to drill mounting holes), wire stripper (I used my pocket knife), electrical tape or shrink wrap, super glue

1. Removing the old lights
-Disconnect the negative battery terminal on your battery so you don't mess anything up on accident.
-Take out old headlights and brights. To do this, remove the spring on the bottom and unscrew the top adjusting screw. The old headlight fixtures will come out in one piece if you do it this way.


Spring location




-CUT the wires to the lights with wire cutters, as the harnesses will not be used.


Mounting the brackets
-Once all the old lights have been removed, it's time to mount the brackets for the new lights
-Line up the bracket, and the screw in the proper hole (inside lights = front hole, outside lights = middle hole)
-On the inner lights, use the farthest forward mounting hole on the bracket and mount the screw in as far back as you can and still be structurally sound. (I had to remove the plastic plug that the stock headlight adjustment screw mounted to in order to make enough room for the headlight itself) On the outer lights, use the middle hole to mount the bracket with still going back a good bit.

-Screw in each screw with the bracket in place. We are only using one screw for each bracket for adjustment purposes. If you want, you can use the sticky pads IN ADDITION to the screws, but the pads themselves are not enough to hold the lights in position. Also, if you use the sticky pads, you will not be able to adjust the bracket side-to-side later when you set the placement of the lights. You will superglue them later.

3. Mounting the lights.
-Mount the lights as low as possible in the brackets. This is pretty self explanatory.
4. Wiring
-Splice the wires into the new headlight wires


-Ops check/fitment check



-halo wiring v1
Since im running without regular fog lights, I spliced into the factory foglight harness. Being that there are 2 halos per side and only 1 foglight wire, you need to splice them 2-into-1

-halo wiring v2
You can run the halo’s off of the cigarette lighter if you so choose like in the pic below:

Also…. after doing some searching I found that Shbox.com has a writeup for accessory wiring for those who want to wire their halos inside the car which would allow you to run a manual switch in place of the ashtray or wherever else you decide to place it. This would require the use of the switch that came with the lights.
http://shbox.com/accy/Accessory.html - link to shbox’s wiring
switch that came with wiring:


5. Light adjustment
-The reason we only put one screw per bracket is to adjust the lights. So wait till night to do this step.
-The lights are very bright, so adjust the headlights so they point straight forward, but down about 20-30 degrees. This is so that you won’t blind any other traffic with your normal headlights, making it so that you won’t get pulled over.
-Adjust the brights so that they point straight forward and have no angle to them.
-Once the headlights are adjusted to your liking, put some super glue around the base of the brackets and between the light fixture and the brackets. This will make it so that they can't be bumped out of place.


Now you should be done. I will be adding more to this as I am working on a surround that goes around the lights and blocks behind it so you don’t see a mess of wires or anything… just the lights.

And heres some other pics for reference and final product:

old


new













Also, some of you were wondering about the wiring harness that comes with the lights, so I included some pics for that as well:

wiring harness

1 light

2light

relay

switch

fuse

diagram
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got some night pics of a friends car for now






and another friends car with his




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^ Those are some kick ass pics. I want your car... how much?
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Those don't look bad at all. I remember I was considering a PIAA set-up for my '95 but ended up loosing interest.

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I love these instructional threads. This was a great piece of work!
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^ Those are some kick ass pics. I want your car... how much?
thanks...sorry, not 4 sale. ever. it is explicitly written in my will that my car will be destroyed upon my death (supposing i dont destroy the car during my death)

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I love these instructional threads. This was a great piece of work!

ive got a bunch of them. ive been talking to a mod or 2 about setting up a whole section devoted to how-tos and instructional threads. its what im good at.
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I love those! Though they do look like they could be illegal in some areas.
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the stock headlights are exposed like that. its not just a bulb sticking out there, the lights are in a housing.
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NIGHT PICS

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ur welcome. lol

im going to shoot some more pics during different hours of the day with the lights on to show them better and with my headlight covers as well
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Those look sweeeet. Would like to do that to my '97, but need to keep the spare change goin' towards the new one. Great instructions and the mod looks very intimidating (in a good way). ")
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Evening. When I found this post...I could not believe the difference in appearance these lights made to the Camaro look and I ordered them almost instantly
I didn't quite follow the instructions above but the end result is about the same. I just drilled holes down through the header and mounted the lights that way...and i chose not to cut my headlight wires in case I ever want to go back to stock, I used quick connects to jump of the stock hots and ran all the grounds (leds, high and low beams) all together then directly to the chassis. I also took the led ring off and spun it around so the start of the led beam was on top more hidden by the hood overhang so you dont so much see that one real bright spot which is very noticable on the photos shown above and not so noticable in my photos . They look awesome. Here are some photos and thanks for the great mod.

Edit: 4/12/2010

I had a problem with the account the photos were on. I apologize for those that had been looking. I will have to take some more but heres all I could find at the moment. Its been over a year now It would seem, and they are doing great. Peace.




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Evening. When I found this post...I could not believe the difference in appearance these lights made to the Camaro look and I ordered them almost instantly
I didn't quite follow the instructions above but the end result is about the same. I just drilled holes down through the header and mounted the lights that way...and i chose not to cut my headlight wires in case I ever want to go back to stock, I used quick connects to jump of the stock hots and ran all the grounds (leds, high and low beams) all together then directly to the chassis. I also took the led ring off and spun it around so the start of the led beam was on top more hidden by the hood overhang so you dont so much see that one real bright spot which is very noticable on the photos shown above and not so noticable in my photos . They look awesome. Here are some photos and thanks for the great mod.


Speed, first of all, your car is HOT. secondly, did you take any pics as to the different install/wiring setup that you did? if so could you send them to me so I can add them into my OP. and thirdly, do you mind if I post these pics elsewhere that I have this writeup posted?
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No I don't mind if you use these photos. I will try to get some photos of the install for you. Yeah...I didn't want to screw into my bumper that's why i just bolted to the header. I'll get a photo posted shortly. Glad you like her, she is hot
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I had a problem with the account the photos were on. I apologize for those that had been looking. I will have to take some more but heres all I could find at the moment. Its been over a year now It would seem, and they are doing great. Peace.



Ok...here ya go. 1st off let me just start off by saying I am not a professional mechanic nor am I saying that this is better then anybody else's way, its just the way I did it.

I chose to bolt to the header instead of putting screws in my bumper, I used the center hole and used nuts that have a lock washer built on to them, Finding black bolts wasn't easy




Again, even though I'm a solider kind of person and I really do not like these quick connects, I didn't like the idea of cutting off my plugs, so i jumped the high and low hots.


I ran the grounds together for high/low beams and for the leds and just bilted them to the frame.


As far as the interior led wiring, I already had a switch inside the car that runs some leds in the interior and I just ran to that switch. If you have not made a place to run wires into your Camaro, an easy way is to remove the computer (two 10mm bolts I believe) pull the rubber grommet out of the fire wall, take off the tape on the end, snake a new wire through (maybe use a hanger if needed) and pull the wire through from under the dash, tape back up and put the grommet back in. I was a little hesitant the 1st time i did this also but it was really quite simple. I'm sure everyone has there on ways and who knows which is best, this is just mine. Thanks for the interest and good luck.

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awesome man. looks great. now I need to get around to making shroud templates for the lights to cover behind them.
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****ing sick i like it. can you do the sam thing for the 3rd gens? a buddy of mine wants to know.
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****ing sick i like it. can you do the sam thing for the 3rd gens? a buddy of mine wants to know.
yes you can. however you will want to go with a larger diameter light as the 4th gen lenses are smaller than the 3rd gens are. measure the dimensions of the stock 3rd gen lights then check the link in the OP and go thru the site to find a set with the right size for your app. then take pics of it so we can add them in.
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Nobody makes CamaroSpike happy. You just disgust him a little less than other people.
"You can think I'm wrong, but that's no reason to quit thinking.”
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But not all people were born awesome like you, Spike.
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