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Old 05-30-2013, 07:15 PM   #1
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Did you silicone seal your raxiom headlights?

AM said you don't need to, but I've needed to with some 04 lights from them. Should I deal the 13-14 raxiom headlights? Did anyone not seal them? Have you had condensation issues? Let me know!
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My raxioms are fine and aren't sealed except for how they came. No leaks and no issues
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Was the install easy?
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You have to pull the front bumper but after that its just three bolts for the headlights. The wires for the halos and LEDs get tapped into the turn signal wires. It's pretty painless IMO, unless pulling the front bumper is something you don't want to do. It's just 2 bolts in the wheel wells per side, 2 on the grille, 4 under the car and a few clips you have to tug on.
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I didn't see anything in the direction about wiring anything. You have to splice and connect wires?
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I didn't see anything in the direction about wiring anything. You have to splice and connect wires?
It's possible the 13-14s have a all-inclusive harness/connector to include the halos and LEDs but on the 10-12s you have to hook up to the turn signal wires. You don't have to splice or connect anything, because raxiom gives you a set of wire clamps that make the connection for you. All you have to do is put the right wires in the clamps and clamp them down.. Easy as cake. I do believe it's purple to red and black to black but don't quote me.
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It's possible the 13-14s have a all-inclusive harness/connector to include the halos and LEDs but on the 10-12s you have to hook up to the turn signal wires. You don't have to splice or connect anything, because raxiom gives you a set of wire clamps that make the connection for you. All you have to do is put the right wires in the clamps and clamp them down.. Easy as cake. I do believe it's purple to red and black to black but don't quote me.
that sounds right.

looks like you 13 guys have it easy. Not that ours was hard by any means...

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