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Having not fitted these specific lamps before, the general idea is as follows:

Spot lights come with a +Ve terminal for the power & a -Ve for the ground (earth) and a possibly another wire for the angel eye itself.
You need to confirm if there is an in built relay already within the spot light unit which makes things more complicated.

Generally - standard spot lights:
To connect to a vehicle , you must introduce an in-line fuse + a relay to handle the load of running the two lamps. The relay has four terminals, 1) trigger terminal directly to the Main beam wire of your headlamp (white), 2) +Ve directly from the main power to the engine bay fuse box (red), 3) Earth directly to the ground of the vehicle or battery (black), 4) Power to your lamps (red or yellow or white).
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