The frame does not come off before the middle bit. Select a Rating: So there must be some sort of issues with tapping in using those wires.
If you have a 9v battery and some test wires you can clip them on to the battery and on to the contacts to work out which side is positive and which is negative once you have this you can solder the correct colour on to the correct side. Assembly Table With Storage. For those doing both the inside and outside handles mark the wiring with color tape so you will know what is what because it gets confusing quickly as the wiring work builds up.
These LEDs are intended to be mounted under the handle to create a glow of colour from the handles. The Haynes manual sort of hints that the door sill needs to come off before this panel as it overlap it.
Spot Beam. If you can do that door, literally half the work is done and you can follow with the easier doors. PVC Class.
After this I used a soda straw to guide the car-bound end of the LED wires back into the foot well area. Ready to attach to your car.
Get lots of wires and all the tools you need before. Please be advised that this installation guide is based on the type of door handles shown in the pictures of this installation.
After two more hours of trail and error; I found that using a plastic skewer I could literally thread the 18 gauge wire thru the tube one at a time from the tail end towards the head. Then I disassembled the wire harness head.
Item includes Installation: Get an Allen wrench and unbolt the lock head's bold. Apply a generous amount over the contacts to sure water proofing. Lo and behold I found that the pre-wired LED by itself fit better and snugger in the handle than any other way. Rock light.