Amber/White Switchback LED Angel Eyes Halo Ring Lighting Kit For 2013-up Scion FR-S (Toyota FT-86) Subaru BRZ

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SKU 80-117-FRS
  • Compatible with 2013-2016 Scion FR-S, 2017-2021 Toyota 86, compatible with 2013-2021 Subaru BRZ
  • Brand new switchback LED design in xenon white/amber yellow
  • Made with high quality dual-color LED lights to be 3-4 times brighter than conventional CCFL Halo Rings
  • Great demon eye/angel eye look for either of the twins
  • Bake open headlamp required, we highly recommend professional installation!

This page features a set of Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ switchback LED angel eyes/demon eyes for headlight retrofit. These dual-function LED halo rings are made with high quality SMD LED lights that make them 3-4 times brighter than conventional CCFL halo rings. It's time to customize your standard headlights with these all new demon/angel eyes for a sweet look that's both great on the road and ready for the show.

Note: Installing this item will heavily involve modifications on your part. Retrofitting actions may include, but not limited to, baking open the headlamps, cutting, drilling, and adding additional brackets to mount the LED rings. We highly recommend getting this professionally installed, which may cost an additional fee.

Please visit Headlight LED angel eye FAQ/tech support for more detail.

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Red are for 12v black are for ground and yellow for?

When it comes to the red wire, it really depends on when you would like the LEDs to come on. Most customers tap into the ACC (fuse box) just so when the car goes on, the lights will too and when the car goes off, the lights will too. You can also tap into the headlight positive wire so when the headlights go on, so will these lights.

The yellow wire would need to be tapped into your turn signal + wire. Lastly, the black wire can go to a ground/negative source.

Unfortunately, we are not able to confirm which colored wire you would need to tap to since each car does have a different colored wire. You would just need to test each wire to see which is the positive wire.