I fitted mine in about 5 minutes per plate, you gently prise the original plate up with a screwdriver or similar, there will be a wire and plug tucked underneath, pop this out from where it is and connect it to the lead on the new illuminated plate, it is a straight forward plug and socket connection.
Then carefully line up the clips and lower the plate into position and press down firmly, done !!,
I did actually check the plate illuminated before clipping in place to make sure the connectioin was ok, the first may take you 10 minutes but the rest will be quicker.
I fancied them when I ordered the car but decided they were expensive, but 3 months down the line I decided I just had to have them, got them from ebay at a good price, mind you , not as good as the pair that sold last weekend for just £50, an amazing saving, I thought about buying them to resell but was actually busy at the end of the auction and forgot about them, damn !!
Well done !
Lancaster jaguar in Reading have an eBay site and have a few bargain pieces, they also do Aston and Lamborghini parts as well, not on the normal computer at the moment so can't remember the user name they use, but my rear plates came from them, if I remember their name then I will let you know.
Completely agree with Bigmart. The boot finisher will rarely be seen by passengers so if it were me I would nt pay the money for that one. Glad mine has it though as an all round great addition and with the illuminated internal vents as well it is v cool.