LED Fast Flasher Relay Fix 2000 TJ
When I first installed my LED tail lights I knew I would have a fast flasher and I would eventually take care of it. Little did I know that after 2weeks of fast flashers people behind me where more annoyed than I was in the cab.
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Submitted by kizer on 02/17/06
LED Tail lights and License Plate
For the longest time Ive wanted LED tail lights. Not only for looks, but the benifits of being bright, long lasting and very fast to light up when activated. At the sametime I wanted a working setup of reverse lights. I looked everywhere and I could not find a set of 2-inch White LED tail lights. I scraped my project for a while and came across some 2-inch regular bulbs that where flush mounted. Now I had one more excuse. I wanted a LED 3rd Tail light, but didn't know what to do with the license plate light. Everything came into play so I decided to break out the dremel and go for it.
A Cheap Rack Light Installation
Additional lights may not always be necessary for you rig, depending upon the type of trips and trails you venture on. Since I do allot of camping and have started riding a few trails in the evening leading into night, I thought having extra lights would be a benefit while on the trail or setting up camp at night.
Aim Your Headlights
Aiming your head lamps properly is important after lifting your Jeep and / or installing new lights. After installing the IPF H4 headlamps it became even more obvious that they were way out of adjust because of the flat cut off pattern of the lamps. To aim the lights shouldn't take you any more than 20 or 30 min total.
Aiming your headlights
Aiming your headlights is not only kind to passing motorists, but is reqiured by law. Why would you want to irritate others around you when you could simply spend 15 minutes and correct the problem.
Bi-function HID headlamps Install
This Bi-Function HID Headlamp kit is one of the latest products from XeSighting Systems. XeSighting Systems is the aftermarket channel of Valeo Sylvania, a well known company specialising in high performance lighting. The 7" HID conversion system for the Jeep Wrangler requires little work to install and wiring is incredibly easy. This is a modification that is well worth doing and is street legal. The first time you take it out for a drive you come home smiling!
Simply fitting a brighter bulb in your existing housings is not necessarily street legal (may depend on your location) as you could blind other road users... The HID headlamp replacement is a completely new system with a very sharp cut off for low beam. They are 3 times as bright and amazingly, other road users don't flash you thinking you have high beams on!
It's well known that the stock headlamps in the Jeep Wrangler leave a lot to be desired... A lot of Jeeps get fitted with auxiliary lighting but they can only be used.
Cherokee XJ IPF H4 Headlamp Upgrade
Both Hella and IPF make excellent H4 headlamp replacement systems. While speaking to the folks at Rocky Road Outfitters about a suspension issue, I found their great deal on IPF H4 headlight inserts with 55/60W bulbs and ordered a set. This headlamp system - high-quality lenses and replaceable bulbs - is a direct replacement for the stock headlamps, either rectangular or round. This article describes the installation, adjustment and a long term report.
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Submitted by Code3TJ on 07/27/04
Early Civilian Jeep Taillights
Probably the rarest and (pound for pound) most expensive items found on an early civilian Jeep are its original taillights. They are so rare in fact that some Jeep owners don't know what they should look like until they make an effort to research Jeep taillights. Includes information and photos of the NACO, Hall, and ALA lights and source of reproduction lights.
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Submitted by Code3TJ on 07/19/04
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Submitted by themajor on 11/11/04
Flush Mounted LED Tail Lights
Having a Jeep look good is one thing. Having it functional is another. Don'&t get me wrong, I want my Jeep to look good, but I also want it to work well. LED tail lights have both qualities. My CJ'&s stock tail lights did not work well at all. During the day you could not see them (period). The only thing that was missing was some incentive to switch over to LED. One early Summer day I was tapped from behind by someone. I knew it was LED time.
Flush Mounted LED Taillights
This modification will help so that, you don’t brake the lights off when you are Hi-Lifting your Jeep or offroading. I have broken mine already once. It will also give a longer lasting bulb and provides a cool look.
Flush mounting stock TJ tail lights
At the beginning of July I finally found time to flush mount my stock TJ’s tail lights, a task I had been considering for some time. Initially I'd thought about replacing the stock lights with flush mounted LED lights. However as I could only find stop/turn combination LED lights, I opted to use the stock lights as this meant I did not need to fit separate reversing lights. The entire job was not that difficult although it was a bit nerve racking attacking the Jeep with a Jigsaw.
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Submitted by kizer on 03/06/04
Getting more light from factory fog lights
When I got my new '99 Jeep Cherokee I was very disappointed how dim the factory fog/driving lights that came with it were. They cost 110 dollars, but perform like a cheap flashlight. I checked to see what type of bulb they used. I discovered that they use a 55 Watt, 12 Volt halogen bulb. This is a very powerful and industry standard bulb that can be found in most every auto parts store. The problem, I determined, was not that the bulb was too dim, but that there is a METAL BAFFLE that sits in-between the very bright bulb and the outside of the light. This baffle prevents any light from leaving the bulb with out first being muted by this baffle and being reflected off of the back of the fog/driving light. So, I removed the annoying, dimming baffle and was VERY pleased with the results! It is a simple procedure, and after completion I noticed the fog/driving light to be about twice as bright!
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Submitted by Code3TJ on 07/16/04