Wiring diagram for aftermarket headlights

  • 3.5L
  • V6
  • 4WD
  • 82,000 MILES
I bought some new and improved Headlights from Eagle Eyes, but the connectors on the new assembly don't match the old wiring. The hazard and turn lights just pop in like the old assembly though, so no need to change those.

The new headlights have a standard 3 pin connector for the hi and lo beams, and they also have 2 leads (pos and neg) going to the LEDs, which are a row of parking lights across the bottom of the assembly, and 2 halo LEDs that are mainly aesthetic and go around the hi and lo beam projectors.

The car doesn't have a 3-pin connector and doesn't have anything for the 2 other leads on the new assembly.

The old headlights are self-leveling and have 3 plugs going into the assembly (ignoring the hazard and turn signal).

How would one re-wire these to allow for the new 3-pin adapter and the new wires to power the LEDs? And if you say take it to a mechanic, trust me, I already tried. Nobody will work on this for me.
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Sunday, May 1st, 2022 AT 12:08 PM

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This may be a little tricky because we don't have a manual on this vehicle as it is not offered here in the USA.

However, I will include the wiring diagram for the sister vehicle that we do offer.

This may not help because they may have different control systems on these vehicles, but I suspect the solution is going to be the same.

If you got these headlights specific for this vehicle, then it should have come with instructions.

If there are no instructions, then it should have a conversion chart showing what wire is what on the new headlights. You then take your corresponding wire and connect it to this terminal by splicing the wires together. Here is a guide that will help with soldering wires together.


However, before you do anything I would call the supplier of the headlights and see if they have what is called a connector kit. Basically, this is two connectors that will connect your wire to where their wire is located in the terminal.

Otherwise, we are left with cutting them and splicing them together.

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Monday, May 2nd, 2022 AT 1:44 PM

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