What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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I have the blinker lights to replace the side vents. I removed the vent and am told to connect positive to the green/white and ground to black...where under the steering wheel am I going to find said wires? I don’t want to cut through coverings Of something wrong and mess up. Any help people can give me for the drivers side and passenger side would be GREATLY appreciated.
Try this forum for electrical diagrams
https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/jeep-jl-wrangler-wiring-diagrams.19185/
 

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I think I emailed the address on their site - Guessing you did the same thing and received no reply? I just took a screen shot of the PDF they sent me with options, pricing, and contact email for purchase. Hope this helps!
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Has anyone gotten a response from these guys. I too have emailed them (2x) and no response. it's a shame for i am more than ready to order a set. but the choice of do i paint them Hellayella or do i go with little black for detail. But first have to make contact, so if anyone has had success, please share.
 

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I replaced the side vents with blinker lights and was able to wire them up to the front turn signals. While I was at it, I removed the load resistors from when I swapped in leds. I should have taken these out a year plus ago when I got a tazer. Apparently these things get seriously hot and I had a hole melted into each of my fender liners.
Now I’m trying to decide if I put my red trimback around the vent blinkers.

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Hello All, first post here.

Today my Jeep gotta rained in due to the tropical storm moving up the east cost. I keep it in the upper deck of my apartment complex and i had a cover on it, and the cover got ripped in half due to the wind. Not my first rodeo with this though its currently airing out.
 

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I replaced the side vents with blinker lights and was able to wire them up to the front turn signals. While I was at it, I removed the load resistors from when I swapped in leds. I should have taken these out a year plus ago when I got a tazer. Apparently these things get seriously hot and I had a hole melted into each of my fender liners.
Now I’m trying to decide if I put my red trimback around the vent blinkers.

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That was a good idea!
 

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Installed single ARB compressor under the hood. Easy install, works amazing. Wired to AUX 1. Still have to zip tie my wiring, ran out of daylight. Will post more pictures for those interested tomorrow with daylight.

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Installed KC 4” LZR‘s on the factory steel bumper. Still need to finish wiring, ran out of daylight - the joys of doing all your Jeep work in the street w/o a garage. Will be wiring to AUX 3. Will eventually relocate to winch guard bar when I install a winch later this month. I like how simple and minimalistic the LZR’s are. Can’t wait to see them lit!

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Has anyone gotten a response from these guys. I too have emailed them (2x) and no response. it's a shame for i am more than ready to order a set. but the choice of do i paint them Hellayella or do i go with little black for detail. But first have to make contact, so if anyone has had success, please share.
I got a response in early June. Here is what they said for pricing and what not ...


Buzz, I don't know what is going on with the attachment so I will give you a run down.
We offer the JL drip rail extensions in 3 finish variations. UV Semi Gloss Black, UV High
Gloss Black and Customer Paint to Match. The UV versions are $74.00 a pair and the
Customer Paint to Match are $69.00 a pair. We do not paint, so this version if for
customers who want to color match their own drip rails. They can easily be painted
with spray can paint.

The prices include mailing costs to addresses in the lower 48 states.

We use PayPal for financial transactions. Just let us know which version you would like to
purchase and we will send you a PayPal funds request. You do not need a PayPal account
to use the service. Just pay as a guest.

The JK drip rail extensions come in the same finishes as the JL versions. The UV versions
of the JK drip rails are $69.00 a pair and the Customer Paint to Match version is $65.00 a pair.

Bill
 

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Thanks I think she's coming together! The red match close enough to where you can't tell if there is a difference between the OEM and the Pixel decal red. I LOLed when you said you had yours for a year I had mine for around 8-9 months before I finally put it on. I had to work up the nerve as I had never tackled a decal this big before. My wife helped me place it I recommend having a second set of hands. I used a lot of soapy water so I could move it around and get it just right. A LOT OF SOAPY WATER! I bought a couple of Harbor Freight squeegee to help get all the water and any air bubbles out, this worked great. I have no air bubbles in the decal at all. so my suggestion:
1. Second set of hands to help place the decal.
2. Big spray bottle for soapy water.
3. Don't squeegee until your happy with the placement.

I paid a local sign shop to do mine. I do not have the talent or patience to get mine on perfectly.

Looks great on yours! And I agree with another poster, having the black satin grill on would make it look real nice!
 
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