THANKS! I was wondering if perhaps you can just swap out the low-beam led bulb for an HID bulb with ballast and not have this "not enough heat to melt the snow buildup problem".I literally lol’d. You are correct. Not an easy bulb swap. Surgery is a good description of what they were doing. Great reply!
Looks great! Do you have a link to your site?We have completed the first set of adapters that will successfully convert your halogens to Mopar LED. Plug- and - Play. No Tazer or re-flashing from the dealer is required. Simply plug in our adapters to correct your flickering, turning off, and high beam/low beam not working properly. we will include our fuse-taps as well so you can connect easily to your fuse box or you can tap into the parking lights so you control when the halos are on or off.
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To both JLeeper and EgGreg and anyone else who can assist:
Yesterday was one of the days I’m happy to have the non-LED halogen bulbs. Weather in Chicagoland was crazy and a few errands ended up leaving a frozen mess. Saw another LED JLU and could barely make out his headlights as I passed him, but the standard halogens gave off enough heat to melt the mess.THANKS! I was wondering if perhaps you can just swap out the low-beam led bulb for an HID bulb with ballast and not have this "not enough heat to melt the snow buildup problem".
guess i'll just deal with it.
The tazer will take care of any issues with flickering and high/low, did mine last night. I installed OEM LED fogs and headlights. Still need to connect the halo wire though. Tazer also lets you set it so the fogs stay on with the high beams which is pretty cool. Also put in the diode dynamic switchbacks which the tazer fixes the hyperflash so no need for a resistor.Are these adapters still needed? I have a 2018 JL sport. Just installed the rubicon 3 piece metal bumper with led and some oem takeoff led's. I am going to order the Tazer.