Installation Guide for 19-21 Ram 1500 Projector Headlights
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NOTE: Some vehicle require the DRL harness installed for the headlight to function properly.
Do NOT use dielectric or any type of weather sealing grease on connectors or sockets.
Doing so will result in connection problems and will not be covered under warranty. Please click HERE for further explanation.
Table of Contents
Disclaimer: This installation article is a tutorial guide. By reading this article, you agree it is for reference only and AlphaRex USA and its distributors make no guarantee on the finished results. Under no circumstances whatsoever shall AlphaRex USA nor its distributors be liable for any damage, misuse or personal injuries. If you do not fully understand the installation procedure, it is highly recommended that you seek help from professional mechanics to do the installation.
Metal Panel Popper
PART I - REMOVE HEADLIGHTS
LOWER TRIM PANEL REMOVAL
Remove front grille by removing 2 X 8mm screws located in the wheel well that hold the front lower trim panel to the vehicle.
Then remove the 3 X 8mm screws which hold the fender liner to the front fender and gently pull it away from the fender.
Remove the 10mm bolt located behind the lower trim panel.
Push down on the bracket behind the trim piece and carefully remove it from the vehicle and set it aside for later. Repeat for the other side
At the top of the headlight remove the 10mm bolt and plastic clip.
Remove the 10mm bolt located on the side of the headlight.
Now pull the headlight away from the vehicle carefully.
Remove the connector at the bottom of the light and the one at the back corner.
You can now remove the headlight completely from the vehicle. Repeat process for the other side
PART II - INSTALL HEADLIGHTS
CONNECT & SECURING THE HEADLIGHT
ADJUST HEADLIGHT LEVEL
After installation, test the functions of your ALPHAREX headlights to ensure everything works properly. Once everything has been tested aim your ALPHAREX headlights by parking 25ft from a wall and level the headlight beams evenly.
Turn clockwise: to lower the light
Turn counterclockwise: to raise the light