|Item Weight||2.43 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||9.1 x 6 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||Universal 4" led light|
|Manufacturer Part Number||Universal 4" led light|
|Mirror Lighting Type||automotive-exterior-fog-light-bulbs|
4" Led Fog Lights for Jeep Wrangler JK Led Fog Lamps Bulb Auto Len Projector Headlight Driving Offroad Lamp for Jeep Wrangler Dodge Chrysler Front Bumper Lights
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- Led Fog Lights, 30W high output top quality CREE chip LED lights Headlight Driving Offroad Lamp
- Powerfrugal Headlight Driving Offroad Lamp,Color Temperature:6000K.Life-span :50000hrs
- Led Fog Lamps is easy to install. Just need to cut the wires to connect the adapter to your auto first time. Then the Plug and Play design will let you easy to install or remove any more.
- Front Bumper Lights Powered by 30W each and Operating voltage range 12v-23v, 1020LM. perform well and provide a best driving experience in foggy environment.
- Compatible model: 2007,2008,2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014,2015,2016 Jeep Wrangler 2-Door (JK), 2007-2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door (JK), 2009 Dodge Journey, 2005-2008 Dodge Magnum, 2006-2010 Chrysler PT Cruiser, 2010-2012 Dodge Journey, Dodge Magrum, 2006-2010 PT Cruiser, 2011-2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 2011-2012 Dodge Charger, 2005 Chrysler 300
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2007,2008,2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014,2015,2016 Jeep Wrangler 2-Door (JK)
2007,2008,2009,2010,2011,2012,2013,2014,2015,2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door (JK)
2009 Dodge Journey
2005,2006,2007,2008 Dodge Magnum
2006,2007,2008,2009,2010 Chrysler PT Cruiser
2010,2011,2012 Dodge Journey
2006,2007,2008,2009,2010 PT Cruiser
2011,2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
2011,2012 Dodge Charger
2005 Chrysler 300
The light can be used as car fog lamp,motorcycle headlamp,machineshop truck working light,off-road vehicle spot light,the light of bank board,agricultural truck,
the spot light of mines enterprise,the spot light of billboard,the indicator light of high building and airport
Item name:LED lamp for Jeep SUV
Rate Current: 0.75A
Out power: 30W
Luminous flux: 1020LM
Light Source: CREE LED
Led quantity: CREE-XTE-5Pcs
Color Temperature: 6000K
Housing Material: Aluminum
Surface Color: black
Usage: led fog light for Jeep 4x4 SUV
The Fog Light has H4 socket, if yours are 5202/H16/9008/2504/PSX24W(eg:2010 and up Jeep Wrangler JK), please purchase extra adapter: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BBKN3L0
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12/6/16 Contacted by seller who said they were sending me new anit-flicker devices.
12/24/16 new antiflicker devices are working. However drivers side headlight has developed condensation.
12/26/16 asked seller to replace the light that has condensation, seller responded that they will replace the light if I FIRST change my review to a more positive one. I am not willing to lie to get a new replacement. I have told them this and am waiting to see how they respond. Like I said before I like these lights and hopefully the issues can be resolved honestly and fairly. I'm still within my return window so we will see.
1/12/17 Replacement light arrived. I'll say this about these sellers. they seem to stand behind their product and the communication has been excellent. I'm changing to 4 stars based on this. I would have gone 5 if there were no problems at all with the product.
REVISED REVIEW - 12/23/15
If you purchased a set of these lights you’re probably looking for some instructions on how to install them because there are none on or in the box. I looked, asked, and searched, but found very little on this anywhere so I decided to take them to my local Jeep dealer who does a lot of work on my 2011 JK. I’m a bit hesitant about LED lighting since I don’t have much experience with it and wanted to make sure these were installed right. This was our experience and how we eventually got them installed. Depending on your vehicle, your results may be different, but hopefully this may provide some help to get you pointed in the right direction.
Your kit should come with an extra part that is not pictured called a "DRL CANBUS" (not the LED CANBUS). You NEED this part for the white halo's to work properly without flickering. IF IT IS NOT INCLUDED in your kit YOU WILL NEED TO CONTACT THE MANUFACTURE (no matter what brand you bought) and have them send it to you. I was not able to find a similar part aftermarket so you have to get if from the source (manufacture). Several of us who purchased these lights experienced this problem and worked together to find a solution on the Jeep Wrangler Forum site (search on Sunpie install). What we discovered was the manufacture was aware of the problem with the flickering white halo's and they are now including the DRL CANBUS in new kits; however older kits don't have the part included.
The DRL CANBUS has a Black ground wire, a Red power wire you can use to splice into the turn signal power wire (not the blinker wire) and a Green wire that both white halo wires will be spliced to. Depending on what brand of lights you have you may get either one or two DRL CANBUS units and the wiring would be similar for one or two.
IMPORTANT 1: Use the front turn signals harnesses for the Halo Wires. There are three wires that make up each turn signal harness (ground, positive, blinker) and you’ll need to figure out which one does what. Heat shrink tubing works best for covering the splices you’ll need to make. Although these lights are advertised as plug and play, they aren’t if you want all the features to work.
IMPORTANT 2: You MAY need to get some extra Anti-Flicker Decoder's (LED CANBUS units) in case there are any problems along the way. The ones I used are pictured. On one lamp the ground was bad on the LED CANBUS (Anti Flicker Decoder) used. I replaced it with the one that came with the kit. After a few days the low beam circuit in the LED CANBUS went out and the low beam lamp quit working; however the white halo was on. If you experience problems with one lamp or the other after wiring them as described my SUGGESTION IS TO TRY REPLACING JUST THE LED CAMBUS WIRE. To date everything is working perfectly.
The short GREEN wire is for the AMBER Halo that acts as a turn signal on the back of the lamps wiring. It may also be attached to a connector with a longer length of yellow wire depending on your set, brand purchased. It should be spliced into the front turn signal BLINKER wire (not the positive wire).
The short RED wire is for the WHITE Halo that acts as your daytime running light (DRL) on the back of the lamps wiring. It may also be attached to a connector with a longer length of red wire depending on your set, brand purchased. It should be spliced onto the Green wire on the DRL CANBUS box (the extra part that came in the kit). The Red wire from the DRL CANBUS box can be spliced into the front turn signal POSITIVE (hot) wire (not the blinker wire). This configuration allows you to turn on the white halo rings when you turn on your driving (parking) lights without having a separate switch.
If you wire your lamps as described above everything should work dandy and you don't need to read any further. If however you want to read about the months of trying to figure out the flickering white halo problems then by all means read on. Following is some extra background info on problems we had along the way in case things are not working out well for you. Eventually we identified the problem with the flickering white halo was a missing DRL CANBUS box and was able to contact the manufacture and get it sent and installed.
Photos: The first few are of the halo rings and blinker. The last few were recently taken while it was raining/snowing so they are not the best quality. First show the low beams at approximately 50 meters/yards. The second is approximately 25 meters/years. You can see the focused low beams on the brick wall. The last photo shows the high beams at the closer distance. Much better than the stock lamps and worth the money. I hope this has helped you with your lamps.
NOTE: You DO NOT need these codes and this info is for reference only. The computer in my 2011 JK was not coded for DRL's. There are several codes that can be loaded into the computer that are for DRL's. The codes "LMK" and "LMN" can be loaded that cause the High Beam lamps to turn on while the vehicle is placed in gear. When the codes are loaded the High Beams brightness are reduced. There is another code, "LNC" that would be utilized for clearance lamps. If wired as described here, the white halo is on once you turn the parking lights on. Again, you do not need these codes for these lights to work.
Our first attempt wired the white halo's into the fuse box that caused them to be on permanently as long as the vehicle was running. Our later attempted wired them into the turn signal harnesses. After our first attempt, wired into the fuse box, everything worked great for the first few minutes, halo’s worked, turn signal worked, headlights worked fine too. Then the white halo began to blink at random on one and then the other lamp. This happens when the halo lights have been on for a few minutes or more.
We rewired and changed wiring configuration several times including direct connection to the battery for testing, but this did little to fix the problem. NOTE: We believe that when wired directly to the battery with the engine off the problem does not appear, but when it's intermittent it's hard to say for sure. We swapped out the LED CANBUS and H4-H13 wires that came in the kit with other aftermarket LED Anti-Flicker Decoders that seemed to solve the problem for a while. We've discovered the problem has returned on both lamps at random. I've not been able to pinpoint any one condition that causes this problem. The last time it happened I turned my JK off and it stopped, so this is leading me to look at the vehicle computer and what it's doing when running vs when just drawing from the battery. These are the ones I purchased: iJDMTOY (2) H4-To-H13 For Jeep Wrangler JK Anti-Flicker Decoders Fit Any 7" Round LED Headlight Systems
I've spoke to several folks that install LED lights and they believe the problem is probably caused by the computer. They also remarked the problems may get worse over time and the computer learns that modifications have been made that factor into the problem. I don't have an answer and have found little more to help permanently resolve the white halo blink problem.
Since I was replacing all the front lights on my 2011 JK to LED’s, this situation may be unique to me. After all the installs, we discovered if the parking and head lamps are off, and you engage the turn signal, only the lower front turn signal blinks. If the parking lights are on, only the LED amber halo blinks. This really isn’t much of a concern since everyone’s attention is drawn up to the halos. This may be the result of the new LED turn signals installed and might not affect the factory stock lights or other vehicles.
Another discovery we made was when originally installed we wired everything into the fuse box. New Fog Lamps with a white halo were installed that caused some RFI on some of the less powerful radio stations. Once we rewired all the lights through the front turn signal wire harnesses the RFI problem stopped.
My JK is raised and with the original factory headlamps people flash their bright lamps at me often at night with just low beams on. These new lights with the projector lenses are better focused so they aren’t overwhelming oncoming traffic. There are lenses on each side that also illuminate the side of the road better and I’m pleased with them. They are definitely brighter than the factory originals and make a huge difference driving at night. I’ve already had a few others ask me about them and I think they’ll be increasing in popularity. Time will tell how well they stand up to use. If you decided to put a set of these lights on your vehicle be prepared for possible problems, so proceed at your own risk. I've left the new lights installed since they are better for driving at night but decided to stop using the parking lights that turn on the white halo. Maybe you have the solution to this problem and can leave a comment.
The shipping was fast and the seller answered my questions quickly regarding the installation but better information (from the manufacture, e.g. instructions) would have been more helpful.
Are the lights awesome: Absolutely!
Were they a complete pain due to no instructions: Absolutely!
Hope this review helps, Regards
These are pretty easy to figure out. Harnesses (included anti-flicker) plug together then to the jeep. You then have a power wire for the white halo that needs a 12v source and then you have the yellow wire to tap your turn signal that will make the halo turn amber when you use the blinker.
Keep it neat by using wire taps for the turn signals and a mini-fuse to come off your fuse block for white halo power.
See pics attached. Plug and play was easy for the high/ low headlights to work straight out of the box for a jeep JK and possibly a TJ if it still has a H4 connection. These are extremely bright and worth every penny. Definitely a 5 star product if everything was truly P&P. The white halo rings need a switched 12v power to turn on. The amber turning halo only works by having the white halos working... then when ever the signal light sends power to the light, the white is turned off... allowing the amber halo to turn on. You can NOT have the amber halos work WITHOUT power to the white halos at the same time. Wiring is not supply for the halo options in the box. Expect about 45 minutes to connect the halos ONCE you have a plan and all the connectors, wires, etc. needed and nothing goes wrong.
I have gotten an error code with these lights but they did not "flicker". So this would be about a 3.5/4 star product for the halo option not being p&p. But the reason for the one star is because one of the lights has gone dim a few weeks after the return date. I contacted the seller and hopefully i can get a replacement light. $60+ for about 8 weeks installed and less than 5k miles is not a good ROT. The dim light is about 10% of it's full power. Codes are not serious enough to turn on check engine light on yet. My jeep tuner showed me the codes while adjust tire size.