Quake LED releases Jeep JL Plug & Play DRL Halo Switchback Turn Signal Headlights & Fog Lights

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    which harness? all of them?
     
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    Quake sent a harness that flipped the low/high beam wires. Plugged in line of the headlight and factory plug.
     
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    I sent Quake an email for the adapter. Hoping they will just send adapters to all who have purchased this package as it seems to be a known issue.
     
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    For Sport-S, since you don't have any DRL wires run stock, one way to achieve DRL for the halos is to power the halos from your own relay. Going down this path you will have the option of using a switch or simply wiring into your fuse box. I chose to not use the switch provided with a foglight harness and use the Add-a-circuit as my "switch". Using Fuse 52 allows your DRL halos to come on whenever the car is in ACC or Running.

    You'll need the following materials in addition to your QuakeLED Headlights:

    1) Add-A-Circuit Fuse TAP (see pic)
    2) Foglight Harness (typically comes with relay, wiring, switch(not used in this case; see pic)

    Install:

    1) Go into your hood fuse box and find F52 CIGAR LTR; this is the cabin Cigarette lighter (See pics)
    2) Remove F52 fuse and replace with Add-A-Circuit. Use the stock Fuse and one of the provided fuses in the Add-A-Circuit Fuse. (See pics)
    3) Cut a small notch in the Fuse Box cover an feed the wire off the Add-A-Circuit through the notch; You can do this with needle nose pliers or a rotary tool (see pics)
    4) Follow instructions of Foglight harness to connect the realy Positive #7 wire to the positive battery terminal and relay ground wire #8 to the ground connection near the fuse box (See pics)
    5) Cut off the stock switch harness. Use the positive wire to connect to the Add-a-circuit wire you previously installed. The fuse is now your switch.
    6) Route fog light harness as needed to make it to the QuakeLED headlights. Tie the red wires coming off the QuakeLED headlights into the positive wire of the foglight connections. I didn't actually need to use the ground wire of the foglight connection due to the nature of the QuakeLED circuits. Feel free to ground if you please. (no pics on this part).


    Hope this helps.

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