This LED Conversion has all the functions of a standard halogen bulb but with Bright White 6000k Lighting. Which provides a brilliant luminous light output, closer to the color temperature of daylight and dramatically improves light projection distance and overall visibility. These projector beams are sure to Illuminate Your Path!
Operating voltage range 9v-30v
Lumens: 4800LM/Set; 2400LM/Each
Color Temperature is 6500K and the Life-span over 50000hrs.
Provides the Best Driving Experience in Foggy Environments.
Plug 'N' Play Installation with OEM Fitment.
Professional Installation recommended.
Operating voltage: 9-30V
Current: DC 2.8A
Out power: 30W
Luminous flux: 1500LM/Bulb
LED Chip: CREE LED Chip
Color Temperature: 6000k
Material: Aluminum+Toughed Glass+Plastic
Life-span: more than 50000hrs
For '07-'18 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited JK 4 - door
For '07-'18 Jeep Wrangler JK 2 Door
For Jeep Grand Cherokee 2011-2013
For Dodge Journey 2009 -2013
For Dodge Magnum 2005-2008
For Dodge Charger 2011-2013
For Chrysler 300 2005-2010 Touring or Limited models only
For Chrysler PT Cruiser 2006-2010
For 92-01 AM General Hummer
For 03-09 Hummer H1 & H2
For Land Rover Defender 90 & 110
Note: (Hard Rock/10th Anniversary Edition Bumpers require an additional Bracket)
2x Xprite 4" 60w LED Fog Lights with DRL
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Super bright. Well made.
These are nice and bright! Cant even compare the factory lights. They mount in factory location and use the factory screws.
They are bright as expected. I wired the DRL ring to a spare fuse port to come on with the ignition. The drivers side was a pain to install, and the passenger side was easy. The adjustment screws need a little lubricant to make it easier to adjust. My Jeep is a 2014 JKU Sahara, and it has an access hole underneath the bumper to adjust the fogs with an allen wrench after install. To install I removed the grill and the cover between the bumper and grill. It helps to use a mirror to see the screws (phillips four on each fog).
Finally got these installed on my 2014 JKU Jeep and I love them. Didn't hook up the halos, I have DRLs on my LED headlights for that. Pretty easy to install too, my 18 yr old son did mine. Now I'll probably have to give him some gas money for it, but worth it since all stock Jeep lighting is the worst ever.
Fog lights with Halos. Great set of lights, with a bright output and very sharp cut off. Very easy to install. To install in a stock JK bumper: Remove the front grill. It has 6 plastic pop rivets at the top (pry center section up with flat screw driver, and remove) and some clips at the bottom. Disconnect marker lights, and set the grill aside. Next remove the bumper gap cover. It has 2 plastic phillips screws that you have a 99% chance of stripping, so purchase replacements before you start. Carefully feed the cover free, and set it aside. Remove the old fog lights. Disconnect the wires, then remove the 4 screws holding them in. I suggest testing your lights here before fully installing them, that way if there is a problem you don't have to redo everything. Plug them in and start the Jeep. Turn on the fog lights. Did they light up? Do they flicker? Some newer model JKs (around 2012 and newer) use Pulse Width Modulation to contol the lights. With the old incandescent bulbs it wasn't an issue, but it can cause LEDs to flicker. You can buy an antiflicker module to correct this if it bothers you. Mine do flicker slightly without the module. Next run a wire from the halo wire (yellow) to the battery. Hopefully everything lights up as it should, and you can fully installing everything. Shut the Jeep off and turn the lights off. To wire the halo lights, you have a few options depending on how you want them to work. -To be on only when the fog lights are on, you will need to connect the yellow wire to the new fog lights red wire. -To be on whenever the marker lights are on, connect the yellow wire to the maker lights positive wire. I didn't connect it this way so you will either have to look up the correct one or use a multmeter. -To act as a true Daytime Running Light, you'll need to connect the yellow wire to a circuit that is only on when the ignition is on. I used a Bussman Add-A-Circuit (with 7.5A fuses) plugged into the fuse box at location M9 (rear seat heat). Drill a small hole to run your wire through the side of the fuse box and seal it with silicone. You do not want any water getting in there. Run your new wire to the front of the jeep, being mindful of any places it might rub and chafe. Some wire loom will help protect it and look clean. Zip ties help keep things in place. Connect all wiring at the fog lights. Make sure connections are secure. The halo wires connect with bare spade connectors, which I don't like. You'll want to protect the connection by switching to better connectors, or with something like heat shrink tubing or at the very least electrical tape. Remount the fog lights with the 4 screws and neatly secure all the wiring. Zip ties are great for this. Replace the bumper gap cover and front grill. Test everything to make sure you did it right. On mine I had to re-aim the fog lights as they were pointing too low. There are plenty of guides online for the correct aiming position. To access the adjuster screw (I think it was a 5/32 bit) there is a a small hole under each light in the bottom of the bumper. Enjoy.
Great buy. Fogs are brighter then my factory headlights and foglights combined.
Pretty pleased on these fog lights. Two only thing that give the rating a 4 stars is that one they flicker a little, when driving you can't notice them flickering but at a stop you can ever so slightly. Two the red ring is more of a orange red than a red. Other than that I highly recommend over the stock jeep fog lights.
Awesome! Better than i expected actually. The halo was easy to wire as well, just tapped into the parking hot wire and thats it.
Easy to mount