- Specially designed ring shape with a perfect fit for 2015-up Jeep Renegade and 2007-2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser headlamps
- Special design with external resistor module box, so we can put more LED emitters on the ring, therefore our LED halo rings are twice brighter than more similar products on the market
- Also unlike the conventional ones on the market which are still using the Infrared (IR) remotes, we are using the true radio frequency (RF) wireless remote which allow you to fully control these LED halo rings from anywhere within 60 feet (no need to directly point the remote control to the receiver)
- 16 different color-changing modes and available colors: red/green/blue/amber/magenta/cyan/white inset.
For a truly customized build in your Jeep or Toyota SUV's headlights, use the 7-color RGB LED angel eye halo rings!
This is a set of RGB LED angel eyes specially made to fit in the headlights of a Jeep Renegade or a Toyota FJ Cruiser. The LED halo rings come included with a specially designed external resistor module box. This allows the ring circuit boards to hold more LED chips than others on the market and effectively gives twice the brightness! And unlike other conventional LED ring sets that use infrared (IR) remotes, our RGB angel eye rings use true radio frequency (RF) wireless remotes to give you full and easy control over the RGB LED halo rings. With an RF remote, you can point it in any direction within 60 feet of the LED halo rings to change its colors and flow patterns.
The 7-color RGB LED angel eye halo rings with wireless remote is made to fit the 2015-up Jeep Renegade and the 2007-2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser, and comes with these available colors: red/green/blue/amber/magenta/cyan/white.
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.
To power up the module box, connect the red wire to a 12V power source (+). Connect the black wire to a ground connection. Make sure you do not mix these two wires up; connecting the two wires incorrectly (e.g. tapping the black wire to a positive connection and the red wire to a ground) may result in permanently damaging the module box.