I bought from the same seller. There were no instructions. But it is pretty straight forward. Just installed mine last week. Although I didn't opt for the L.E.D.s.. The trick to the Halos is to check there bullet connectors for proper crimp. I had 2 connectors that were crimped onto insulation. There is a power wire ran straight from battery to relay and there is a power wire that is switched by ignition to the push button switch provided. The direct current from battery to Halos is through a 30 Amp rated relay(you don not want to send 30 Amps through a switch). Then there is another power wire usaully both are red (one to relay and one to switch) the red one to relay comes straight from battery and the one to switch comes from ignition. So therefore when ignition is off, Halos are off. And when ignition is on, halos are on, if the switch is made and the relay is "excited". It is a simple wiring schematic, but if you are not familar in the operation of relayed power, it could seem difficult, but it is not. If you PM me I can try to help. Mine are functioning properly, but I have found the quality of the product lacking from the stock headlight. But much more cooler looking and requiring alot of adjustment time. Be careful and not forceful. That is why they recommend professional install. And my body man who, adjusted them for me was not pleased. But it only cost me $15 to get adjusted.
Last edited by raygun; 10-21-2009 at 12:23 AM.