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I’d love to install Red Devil Eyes in either my head lights or fog lights on my 2015 GC SRT.
I have found this kit on eBay: Pair Devil Demon Eyes Module LED Strips FOR Projector Lens Headlights Retrofit | eBay

I've seen this guy install them on another car: https://youtu.be/7xCjxjVDgJ0

And this guy has shown how to remove the GC head lights: https://youtu.be/txfW7BiMOSY
I was able to find the release clip and twist it, but the headlights would not come out.

I did get access to the fog lights but to pull them out I had to undo 1 screw and as they look like a complete sealed unit I did not bother pulling them out thinking it would not be possible to install the devil eyes even if I got the flog lights out.


Has any one got any tips on getting the headlight out and has anyone got a write up on how to install the devil eyes?
 

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You would be far better getting some RGB LEDs for the DRL ribbons or see if there are RGB for the foglights. The car in that video is also a rolling defect as any cop will book you for having any colour aside from white or orange on the front of the car.
 

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In Australia you can legally have any colour on your car as long as it does not flash.
Red devil eyes look mean just need to work out how to do it.

Has anyone removed their globes. Even the car manual does not tell you how to remove the head light globes.
 

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What an idiotic mod - if at all we want to see better at night and not worse ?
"What an idiotic mod" ??? Where did that come from? From a person who puts SRT on a trailer???

I did not say I was going to replace my globes with this and use them as my headlights. Devil Eyes are an "addition" so the head lights work exactly as they do now. Same as halo lights, you don't drive around at night with the Devil eyes or halos only on.
 

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In Australia you can legally have any colour on your car as long as it does not flash.
Hate to break it to you but you are VERY wrong.
You are not permitted to use Red and will be defected by the first cop you see.
Red is only permitted on the rear of a vehicle.

From memory pulling the headlights apart is very difficult as they are sealed and need to be heated up to break the seal. You can put them in the oven to soften up the glue, but you risk melting them. At $2,500 each you are risking a lot for vanity.
 

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In Australia you can legally have any colour on your car as long as it does not flash.
Red devil eyes look mean just need to work out how to do it.

Has anyone removed their globes. Even the car manual does not tell you how to remove the head light globes.

That's incorrect . They are not permitted in any state in Australia and are illegal flashing or not . You will be pulled over by the first Highway Patrol officer and fined for having illegal coloured lights and lose three points from your license


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Hate to break it to you but you are VERY wrong.
You are not permitted to use Red and will be defected by the first cop you see.
Red is only permitted on the rear of a vehicle.

From memory pulling the headlights apart is very difficult as they are sealed and need to be heated up to break the seal. You can put them in the oven to soften up the glue, but you risk melting them. At $2,500 each you are risking a lot for vanity.

BEEN RUNNING RED ON ALL THE LIGHTS IN THE FRONT OF MY GC FOR YEARS NOW NEVER ONCE BEEN PULLED OVER IJS
 
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