Carefully pull on grille at sides to release fasteners at fenders.
Remove side marker lamp, headlamp and turn lamp connectors at this time. With the top released and all wire connections pull the grille outward and the bottom fasteners will released. Nice to have help at this point but can be done by you, only.
Take the complete grille inside as I did and place on carpet or a smooth non abrasive surface and turn it over.
You will find that only three screws hold each lamp assembly into the grille.
NOTE: When installing these new Projector housings make sure that neither ballast/inverter has attached themselves to the side of these housings during shipping. They do have adhesive tape, but cannot be attached to these lamps for them to fit back into the radiator housing.
If you are doing this with no help as I did, you might want to wrap-up the ballast/inverters (brown and black with the two “Halo” wires with a rubber band to ease install.
Align the center lower grille pin and fasteners and then re-hook side lamp bulb, headlamp and turn lamp connectors making sure the ballast/inverters are inside the engine compartment with the one red and black wires to power the “Halo” rings. I used a bungee cord to secure the top of the grille while hooking everything up and checking to see if all lights work before reattaching top of the grille. Only thing left is hooking up the “Halo” wire to some power source, such as parking lamps. You might want to do this now also. You will also need to secure the two ballast/inverters on each lamp. I used long wire ties.
UPDATE: When mounting (mine had sticky adhesive on the back) the Halo Inverter Ballasts should be located in a place that allows you to replace them when they fail, not hidden behind the lamps. I had to pull the Nitro battery to replace the left one. If you have to add wiring to lengthen then for simple access now during installation, it will be much simpler now than after-the fact.
Replacement Inverter CCFL Angel Eyes Halo Ring Inverter