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Philips LED Daylight 8 Daytime Running Lights (DRL) - Soul 2012
Process would work for Philips Daylight 4 also...

I just installed these on my 2012 Kia Soul and posted a video on YouTube of the entire process...
I have never done anything like this before to any vehicle but it was relatively easy...
It took about 3.5 hours mainly because I was trying to film everything...

Here is the link for the video...

Philips Daylight 8 - 2012 Kia Soul - Philips LED Daylight 8 Daytime Running Lights (DRL) - YouTube

Also here are some pictures of the kit and the final install...









I hope everyone finds this useful...
 

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very professional video, nice job. Question - when you are showing yourself handling the items with both hands, is the camera strapped to your chest?
 

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very professional video, nice job. Question - when you are showing yourself handling the items with both hands, is the camera strapped to your chest?
No. I was using a GoPro Camera with the head mount... I had never used one and didn't do a good job aiming it and/or keeping the video in frame... I had a lot of useless footage because the camera was not pointed correctly... They should put a little laser on the cameras to aim where it is looking...
 

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Great job, I think you would be good a projects in general, a person after my own heart, by laying your gear out neatly shows an organised mind. Regards Peter
 

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Aiming a GoPro isn't too hard of you use their app on a smart phone. It lets you preview what the camera sees on the phone, as well as let the phone act as a remote control.
 

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Aiming a GoPro isn't too hard of you use their app on a smart phone. It lets you preview what the camera sees on the phone, as well as let the phone act as a remote control.
Thanks for the info I will have to the the WIFI backpack to do it though...
 
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