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  1. NB Electrical / Fuse Box question

    My Jeep: 2020 JLUR EcoDiesel I would like to wire my Halo lights on an aftermarket headlight kit ((DV8- HLCJL-01) to an always-on circuit. Someone posted in another thread to use tap fuse F58 with this: After some...
  2. DV8 LED Headlights

    After reading these instructions for the 10th time I think it finally understand: The bare wires clip into the green and white wire under the fenders to get the halos to illuminate in amber as turn signals. The harness can be wired to orange and yellow on Drivers side to get power for the...
  3. DV8 LED Headlights

    Just curious, I looked at the diagram and 58 is the passenger heated seats. Why that circuit?
  4. DV8 LED Headlights

    I've had the DV8s for a few months and really like them. I do want to activate the DRL halos and am thinking about going this route Instead of tapping into the green and white wires under the fender. Which fuse to I tap into? Has anyone gone with the green & white wire procedure? Also the...
  5. Stupid things non-Wrangler owners say

    I would have siad, "Yeah, it does tip over, I was just pulling out of my driveway yesterday morning, and bam! It tipped over. Very inconvenient but modern Jeeps have a new "right back up" button that unflips it in less than 10 seconds. It came out in 2018"
  6. 392 Rubicon has Official MPG from EPA -- 13 city / 17 hwy / 14 combined

    Yikes. I'm middle aged which explains why I don't understand why such a big engine is good in a Jeep. Get the EcoDeisel. Same torque which is really what is important on the trail .