Hope this helps...step by step instructions off of http://www.teamdelsol.com
CATZ AUX LIGHTS 1993-1995 delSols
Original Author: Todd Macaulay
MATERIALS: Socket wrench and set with socket extension, Philips head screwdriver, Drill with drill bit set, Small, stubby phillips head, Wire cutters or needle nose pliers., Electrical tape or other non conductive material, Fellow Solers or friends
TIME: 1 hour 45 min.
This was done with FET Catz MSC (Multi Surface Cyclone) lights (amber) in an attempt to install them where the existing aux. lights are. The ambers look coooler than the white! It is recommended that you use more than one person for this mod. It makes it faster, and easier. If you do not have basic electrical knowledge, find someone that does!
1. Open hood and remove front bumper
2. remove the negative battery terminal from battery. Near the front of the engine compartment you will see several (6-8) flat, phillips type screws with rubber gaskets. Remove those. There will be a metal retainer that comes off after all are removed.
3. Then, get under the car. There will be (2) bolts that need to be removed (use the socket wrench).
4. Here is the interesting part. There are (2) hidden phillips head screws connecting the sides of the bumper to the body panels (one on each side). Remove part of the plastic wheel well (3 screws), and reach in to where the screw is. Using the small phillips head screwdriver, un-screw the bumper from the body panel. Hold the bumper if possible while doing this (so it does not get scratched when it hits the ground).
5. Removal of stock aux lights-You will now see the aux light housings. There are several (3) bolts holding them on to the frame. Remove these. Then, unplug the Power from the housings. They should come loose. Remove them from the car, and set them to the side.
6. Installation of FET Catz MSC lighting- Now, by guesstimation, put the Catz lights where the aux lights used to be. Now test-fit the bumper. If they look ok, then scratch an outline of the bracket on the frame with marks for drill for holes. ImPoRtAnT: repeat this step until they are perfect.
7. Now remove the brackets from the lights. Get out your drill, and drill through the frame in the specified areas. Drill to fit, so start with a fairly small bit, and go up. Be careful when drilling metal, because your drill can get jammed, or a bit can break.
8. Screw down your brackets onto the frame with one screw. Leave a little play in the screw so the bracket can twist. Now install the light on the frame. Leave some play in that as well.
9. Now test-fit the bumper again. Looks good, huh? Adjust lights until they look centered. Make a second outline if necessary, but you shouldnít have to.
10. Take the lights off of the brackets, and finish screwing the brackets down. Then put back on the lights.
11. Ground the 3 black ground wires on the Catz wiring harness on a bolt near the fusebox (by the battery). Ground the emergency fuse (red ground) to another bolt.
12. Connect the relay to the wiring harness, and bolt that near the battery.
13. Follow the directions normally, with one twist. Chuck out the black and orange wired switch. Splice the long white wire from the Catz wiring harness to the positive wire on the aux light plug with the included splicer. Viola! you now have your catx lights wired into your aux light switch.
14. Now connect the power to the battery as per the instructions. Re-connect the negative battery terminal. Turn power on to the car, and turn on the lights. They should work.
15. Mount wires and re-assemble bumper- Re assemble the bumper, and bear in mind that you will not need all of the bolts (because you removed the aux lights).
16. Organize your wiring and run it along the factory wiring tubes. Use the cinch straps included to mount the Catz wiring to them.
17. Use electrical tape or other non-conductive material to cover bare wires.
Enjoy your new lights!
[Modified by jdmsol, 11:05 AM 11/9/2002]