I was T-boned in my 2018 JLR. Everything was repaired under insurance, but I wanted to get a new one so I traded it on an identical ordered 2021 JLR. My dealer gave me 31,500 for the trade in and about 6% under invoice on the new one.
@JPMcNown. I just saw that you posted. Sorry.
1. You could cut it with anything, I only had a dremel available. It was messy.
2. If you cut where the “no cuts here” is, you’ll cut the mounting points off. I used a pick to pull the rubber seal loose there.
3. The permatex that I used remains...
Ok. If the video loads, it shows the different pieces of the headlight and how they are connected.
In the picture, the red circles show the halo l.e.d. circuit boards, and the blue arrow points to the tiny l.e.d. that lights up the halo rings.
2021 JL Rubicon, Sting-Gray w/painted fenders, 3.6, manual, premium sunrider top, black cloth, safety group, advanced safety group, trail cam, infotainment, tow, LED, proximity. Ordered on 6/29, no VIN yet. It will be replacing my 2018 JLR that was wrecked and repaired.
Just under 42,500 quoted
I had the lag also. I got a Pedal Commander and it fixed it about 90%. Sometimes I still feel it, but I have a manual transmission also.
The problem I hate is when the engine over revs between shifts. It is like the gas pedal (computer) doesn't let off of the gas and the motor hangs at a...
It doesn't appear that you have the floor plugs in correctly. If you take the drain plug out of the floor, and the little piece of carpet that is pre-cut, the floor mat will fit in the hole in the metal floor of the Jeep, then the plug goes in the top of the mat.
I cut mine open to put the demon eye kit in it. The LED boards are easy to change once it’s open, but the whole process was a pain.