Stock halogen REVERSE lights UPGRADE!!

Cracker_Box

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So as most of you know the entire lighting package for Wranglers that do not have factory LED group, well they wack.

Currently I have upgraded all the front end lights, and have been searching for LED reverse light bulb replacement options.

Well, I found them.

https://dieselleds.com/collections/...40-super-b-led-revere-light-kit-2100-lumens-1
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One installed vs stock bulb
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Then I was like let me turn off the flood light
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Then I said... Let's back down the driveway
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And yes... The reverse camera is actually useable at night now.
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@jason0341 it's pretty easy to remove the tail lights, on the horizontal surface behind the sportbar there is a cover about 2x2, under the cover is a plastic torx screw, remove that and then the tail light may need a little tug to get it to pop out. Unplug the connector by releasing the lock and pressing the tab. There are a few phillips screws holding the mounting bracket on, remove those then the light just twists out. replace it with the new bulb plug it in and reverse the process to reinstall.

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@jason0341 it's pretty easy to remove the tail lights, on the horizontal surface behind the sportbar there is a cover about 2x2, under the cover is a plastic torx screw, remove that and then the tail light may need a little tug to get it to pop out. Unplug the connector by releasing the lock and pressing the tab. There are a few phillips screws holding the mounting bracket on, remove those then the light just twists out. replace it with the new bulb plug it in and reverse the process to reinstall.

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Thanks for the info!
 
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