We live in Texas Hill Country. There are a lot of White Tail Deer in our area, a lot. And there are very few street lamps lighting up the roadway. I prefer having our beautiful Prancing Horse hood emblem as opposed to a bloodied-up White Tail Deer. Let's face it, the OEM halogen headlights are subpar. Heck, my Surefire Flashlights are brighter than my GTB's headlights combined, LOL! I needed to have better illumination so I decided to make the conversion to LED's. I decided to go with Hikari LED H4/9003 Headlight Bulbs (for my low beams) because my buddy uses them in his 4Runner and they've been working out great. I obviously began by shutting off the battery power to the vehicle... Image Unavailable, Please Login I then added a few layers of masking tape to protect the bumper's finish. Image Unavailable, Please Login I then removed the screws securing the pop-up headlight rims. There are 4 screws securing each rim. I made sure to magnetize my screwdriver to avoid losing the screws in between the gaps of the body panels. Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login The headlight bulb housings are secured by headlight adjusting pins with push-lock style bases. Basically you have to use a flathead screwdriver to gently and slightly pry open (below) the wings of the push-locks to dismount the headlight bulb housings. There are 4 in total surrounding the headlight bulb housings. Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login To access the back of the headlight bulb housings to swap the bulbs, I needed to gently maneuver the housings out of the containers, as Ferrari calls them, by basically wiggling them out. It's a little tricky because it's a tight squeeze in there but obviously not impossible to do. This is where the masking tape earns it's stripes. I'd be really surprised if someone could do this and not scratch up their paint without the use of masking tape. Image Unavailable, Please Login Once I swapped both headlight bulbs, I made sure the LED bulb wires weren't going to get pinched during the operation of the pop-up mechanisms. I had my girl turn the headlights off and on while I watched to make sure the wires were safe before I reinstalled the pop-up headlight rims. Image Unavailable, Please Login After I buttoned everything back up and turned the battery power back on, I adjusted the angle of the beams a little lower so I don't blind oncoming drivers. It's easy to differentiate which pins are adjustable and it's easy to make the adjustments so I didn't think taking photos of that step was necessary. Just note there are 2 adjustable pins and 2 fixed pins per headlight bulb housing. These LED bulbs have built in fans to keep their circuitry cool. I can't really hear the fan sound from within the passenger compartment but I can hear them if I'm standing near the front end. No big deal. The difference in performance is literally night and day. I'm glad I decided to make the conversion.