After installing the lights (very bright) I have spent several hours trying to get the tilt to work, finally came up with the solution the switch is bad. Now the lights are installed and rtv used I will have to buy a separate toggle switch to turn the lights on and off
The lights arrived in good shape, and installing them was a bit of a challenge. The sensor to detect hood position changed from the video tutorial, so had to confirm with y'all. The video suggested using the included RTV silicone to mount the lights. It should be a mandatory step, the adhesive backing was not going to hold those lights up, no way, no how. So I had to hold the lights in place while the silicone set enough. Once that was done, the routing of the wiring was simple. Upon hooking them to the battery, they stayed on, no matter the angle of the sensor. Its rather delicate, and even after getting it secured to the hood (with my own stick on cable tie mounts), and testing the operation a few times,opening the hood after a few days still had the sensor off kilter. Lights wouldn't go on this time, so had to adjust, tweak, cajole it to get proper operation. We shall see next time I open the hood if I have to do that again. I just hope the RTV holds out with all that heat under the hood. The lights themselves, look great, light up everything.
I can finally see my engine at night time and very bright definitely be buying more products from this company
There were no instructions but very easy to figure out how to use. Had a little trouble figuring out how the switch worked