Jeep Wrangler JL Sequential LED DRL & Turn Signals - Morimoto XB LED

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Nicely done Raven. Glad you don't mind working looking up - I just don't fit well in that position - lol. I figured the interference was coming from the light unit and not the resistor pack - nice job isolating that and shielding it!

I like the halos on at night too - so wiring to the DRL wasn't an option for me.
My halos stay on at night. That "DRL" wire that exists in the factory harness for the fender lights is not just DRLs. It is also powered for "parking lights" which will be on at night with your headlights. Basically my halos and fender DRL LEDs operate exactly like the factory halos and fender DRLs, which is what I was going for. Really the only functional difference between what I did and Oracle's right-to-the-fusebox method is that during the day (in DRL mode) when I apply the parking brake, the halos turn off along with the fender DRLs. If you have yours wired to the fusebox, they will stay on while the fender DRLs will turn off.
 

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Just installed these on my 21 Willy’s… anybody else feel they’re very dim? On as a drl they’re about as bright as the oems half power. With headlights on you can barely see them.
 

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Just installed these on my 21 Willy’s… anybody else feel they’re very dim? On as a drl they’re about as bright as the oems half power. With headlights on you can barely see them.
You might have a problem. Mine are brighter than the OEMs. You can see them in my avatar pic. These things are highly subjective so perhaps you just perceive them differently but i've parked mine next to an OEM equipped JL for comparison and mine are significantly brighter.
 

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You might have a problem. Mine are brighter than the OEMs. You can see them in my avatar pic. These things are highly subjective so perhaps you just perceive them differently but i've parked mine next to an OEM equipped JL for comparison and mine are significantly brighter.
yeah I think I figured it out… I changed a few settings via jscan before install and put them back and they’re much brighter now!
 
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