Installing Aftermarket LED Headlights

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Good evening everyone, Tomorrow i will be installing my aftermarket LED headlight that i am receiving. I work the automotive field and I have access to special tools. I have a 19 JLU sport s. I will be changing the front turn signals to switchbacks later on. My question is can i install the 4th wire for my halos that my unit is equipped with and run the wiring to the BCM as this wire runs to the BCM in cavities pins 5 and 7. I will also be flashing the JLU at my sister Chrysler dealership as well. Does anyone think this might work or am i going to the guinea pig on this one? I have been thinking of running the wiring as it is the mopar kit itself.





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Good evening everyone, Tomorrow i will be installing my aftermarket LED headlight that i am receiving. I work the automotive field and I have access to special tools. I have a 19 JLU sport s. I will be changing the front turn signals to switchbacks later on. My question is can i install the 4th wire for my halos that my unit is equipped with and run the wiring to the BCM as this wire runs to the BCM in cavities pins 5 and 7. I will also be flashing the JLU at my sister Chrysler dealership as well. Does anyone think this might work or am i going to the guinea pig on this one? I have been thinking of running the wiring as it is the mopar kit itself.
I did exactly what you posted
Installed the lights.
Ran the oem led 2-pin harness to the bcm.
(I removed the passenger seat- made install a lot easier to lay under dash to access bcm)
Then I dealer flashed the computer all is well no issues
 
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I did exactly what you posted
Installed the lights.
Ran the oem led 2-pin harness to the bcm.
(I removed the passenger seat- made install a lot easier to lay under dash to access bcm)
Then I dealer flashed the computer all is well no issues
Where did you get the OEM wiring from? i cannot find the type of pins that are required in the connector or a part number for the add on harness.
 

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Hello, If you want an easier way to make the aftermarket LEDs work, click the link below to see our specially made adapter that will plug into your factory harness. No cutting, no splicing. The halo wire will plug in to your fuse box with our included wiring and simple instructions. 30 minute fix and you are done. We offer special prices for forum members, so just PM me if interested.

http://www.headlighthaven.com/JEEP-WRANGLER-JL-LED-HEADLIGHT-MULTI-FIX-ADAPTER_p_74.html
 

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Where did you get the OEM wiring from? i cannot find the type of pins that are required in the connector or a part number for the add on harness.
It came with the OEM headlight kit that I ordered. Honestly I wanted to buy an extra one just to have around, but no luck. Like you mentioned. if we knew the pin size you could just make your own.
 

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