MOPAR LED FACTORY UPGRADE KIT

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Hello,

We have a plug and play harness that is a 30 minute fix and your halos will operate like OEM. No re-flashing, no cutting of any wires. Everything just plugs into the OEM headlight plugs and one wire you will tap into the fuse box with our included fuse taps. Everything included.

No error codes, no flickering, no problems. This is a very simple fix and we can walk you through it. We have solved this problem for many people on this forum. PM us or check the link attached:

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

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I have an appointment today at the dealership to get the BCM reflashed. I tried the Tazer and no luck getting the Halo’s turned on. If the BCM reflash works at the dealership, I’ll post here that it’s the only viable solution.
I just got my Mopar 82215136AD kit installed yesterday at the dealer but I’m sorry to say the halos don’t come on spoke to the dealer and they told me to bring it back Monday. I didn’t get the parking lights or the fog lights but they will install them as well on Monday I’m thinking perhaps the halos don’t work because they work in conjunction with the led signal fender lights. Maybe these signal lights that came with my 2019 Sahara are pulling too much juice for the halos to work just a thought.
 

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I just got my Mopar 82215136AD kit installed yesterday at the dealer but I’m sorry to say the halos don’t come on spoke to the dealer and they told me to bring it back Monday. I didn’t get the parking lights or the fog lights but they will install them as well on Monday I’m thinking perhaps the halos don’t work because they work in conjunction with the led signal fender lights. Maybe these signal lights that came with my 2019 Sahara are pulling too much juice for the halos to work just a thought.
I spent a couple hours at the dealership, in the Service Managers office, working with him and the Parts Mgr to try to figure this out. At one point we had Chrysler on the phone as well. What we’ve discovered is the FCA Factory made a headlight wiring change between 2018-2019, which is why the “LPX” sales code isn’t available for the 2019 VIN’s to activate the Halo’s... the Dealership is waiting on a call back from the FCA Regional office to see if there are different pin settings that we need to use on the BCM Plug C1, to get the halo’s to work, and/or possibly a different sales code. As of today, technically this kit isn’t compatible for 2019 JL’s...We confirmed this with 2 other dealerships around the country who were also trying to install this kit in a 2019. Super frustrating...
 

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I just got my Mopar 82215136AD kit installed yesterday at the dealer but I’m sorry to say the halos don’t come on spoke to the dealer and they told me to bring it back Monday. I didn’t get the parking lights or the fog lights but they will install them as well on Monday I’m thinking perhaps the halos don’t work because they work in conjunction with the led signal fender lights. Maybe these signal lights that came with my 2019 Sahara are pulling too much juice for the halos to work just a thought.
I spent a couple hours at the dealership, in the Service Managers office, working with him and the Parts Mgr to try to figure this out. At one point we had Chrysler on the phone as well. What we’ve discovered is the FCA Factory made a headlight wiring change between 2018-2019, which is why the “LPX” sales code isn’t available for the 2019 VIN’s to activate the Halo’s... the Dealership is waiting on a call back from the FCA Regional office to see if there are different pin settings that we need to use on the BCM Plug C1, to get the halo’s to work, and/or possibly a different sales code. As of today, technically this kit isn’t compatible for 2019 JL’s...We confirmed this with 2 other dealerships around the country who were also trying to install this kit in a 2019. Super frustrating...
well let’s see what they tell me Monday
I spent a couple hours at the dealership, in the Service Managers office, working with him and the Parts Mgr to try to figure this out. At one point we had Chrysler on the phone as well. What we’ve discovered is the FCA Factory made a headlight wiring change between 2018-2019, which is why the “LPX” sales code isn’t available for the 2019 VIN’s to activate the Halo’s... the Dealership is waiting on a call back from the FCA Regional office to see if there are different pin settings that we need to use on the BCM Plug C1, to get the halo’s to work, and/or possibly a different sales code. As of today, technically this kit isn’t compatible for 2019 JL’s...We confirmed this with 2 other dealerships around the country who were also trying to install this kit in a 2019. Super frustrating...
I hope you’re wrong on that one I have the 2019 Sahara I will find out Monday just hoping that when they install the other led the halos will work

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well let’s see what they tell me Monday

I hope you’re wrong on that one I have the 2019 Sahara I will find out Monday just hoping that when they install the other led the halos will work

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If they figure out a solution for you, please post here, and i’ll do the same! I hope my place is wrong too! I just want my halo’s to work.
 
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If they figure out a solution for you, please post here, and i’ll do the same! I hope my place is wrong too! I just want my halo’s to work.
Absolutely I will post it. You know that the service Manager told me they were working when he checked them he told me something went wrong to bring it in Monday he gonna add the led parking lights with the led fog lights as well hopefully they will get it working on the same day sure they are giving me a loaner car but there’s nothing I rather drive but my JL with led’s I’m sure they will get them working if it was a sport I would be skeptical but this is a Sahara so that makes me feel more optimistic
 

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I installed mine today too, flashed it with Tazer and halo isn't work either. The wiring is definitely correct as @StringGrayJL77 said there's only 2 open slots in that row. The other row had a pin inserted in one of the slots so it's definitely the right pins. Although I'm not sure if the pins are making good contact or not... Watching this thread also.
 

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From what everybody else is saying, even with a Tazer you still need a dealer flash for the Halos to work. I am having the dealer install mine on Tuesday, will update with the finished product. Hopefully they have figured out the correct code to put in for the LED fender flares, which when i installed them they didn’t, but in that case the Tazer did fix it.
 

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I didn’t have to wire anything for the sidemarkers I to the BCM like I did the headlights. My Jeep had the drl already, so the harness was the same. They work fine after the dealer flashed all of the LED lights.
What is DRL?
Daylight driving lights?
 

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Ok I can confirm that tazer DO turn on the halo! I followed advice from @fonzie turning it on and off in the taser setup and after maybe 3 or 4 times the halo lit up completely and stayed on! Now i have no problems with low beam high beam and halo is lit always. Im rebooting now and following proper instructions and I will update if anything else comes up.

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Ok I can confirm that tazer DO turn on the halo! I followed advice from @fonzie turning it on and off in the taser setup and after maybe 3 or 4 times the halo lit up completely and stayed on! Now i have no problems with low beam high beam and halo is lit always. Im rebooting now and following proper instructions and I will update if anything else comes up.

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Did you just select halo on, and then off (repeat 3-4 times) on the tazer menu and not reboot between each selection? Or did you turn on/off once and then reboot and repeat each time until they powered on?
 

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Ok I can confirm that tazer DO turn on the halo! I followed advice from @fonzie turning it on and off in the taser setup and after maybe 3 or 4 times the halo lit up completely and stayed on! Now i have no problems with low beam high beam and halo is lit always. Im rebooting now and following proper instructions and I will update if anything else comes up.

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What year model is your JL @rayxu ?
 

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Did you just select halo on, and then off (repeat 3-4 times) on the tazer menu and not reboot between each selection? Or did you turn on/off once and then reboot and repeat each time until they powered on?
I just selected on and off without rebooting in between. It flicked on and then immediately off every time I was doing that and then the last time it stayed on. That's when I know it worked. I fully rebooted (reboot option with Tazer and 2 on and off cycles) and so far no error messages, everything worked fine.
 
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