Oracle Lighting 5874-504 Rear Bumper LED Reverse Lights installed. Did not have to remove the steel bumper, but was a tight fit getting the screws off/on..
Thats awesome!! Thanks @Cavs42, I found it! took some digging, but it's in the cart!! Thanks again. Usually the first think I change on any car, and wasn't real thrilled with the current options for the JL's.They do indeed have an adapter for the autos! The button is deleted, and the shifter lockout is deactivated by pushing the shift knob down instead.
I'm beyond happy with mine. The install is very straight forward, and they link a great video on their site too.
I'm planning on doing that as well when I swap out my diff covers!My JLR front axle locker disconnect sensor is curing from the potting procedure. Results from rear sensor potting is, it's working perfectly and now should never fail. I recommend this mod vs a wait an see attitude.
The body harness feeds through the fire wall in the passenger footwell. Just north of the body harness in the same grommet is a nipple. Cut the tip of the nipple and feel the wires through from inside the cab to outside. There are 2 ways to get to it. You can take the batteries and fuse tray off and then it’s easy but to me that was a mess. I decided to take the fender off. It was an absolute pain but I got it. Plenty of RTV to seal then it’s smooth sailing. I’ll send you the MT instructions from zAutomotive. They suggest slicing the grommet. Same end result.i too have a manual JLUR and plan on installing this front camera. Can you tell me how you route the wires to the cabin?
Sorry, but something about this smells fishy.Today I picked up my jeep from the dealership, they put a new radio in and also noticed my radiator was leaking so they replaced it and it was covered under my lifetime mopar warranty, I just had to pay a 100 deductible.
It did to me too, but the previous days I was tripping out, I was at in n out on a cool night and the fans kicked in like the AC was on full blast, and it never did that before.Sorry, but something about this smells fishy.
If I went to have the radio replaced under warranty, and the day I picked up the Jeep the dealer told me “Here are your keys. Oh, and we found a leak so we went ahead and replaced the radiator. You owe us $100...” I think I’d ask a whole bunch of questions at the very least. It’s not like they did a tire rotation.