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Old 07-12-2012, 12:14 PM   #91
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Installed new Trucklite 7in Round LED Headlamps

Sorry I should have posted in this thread first. But I just installed my new LED Headlamps. Here are some before and after pics.
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SMS Harness, TruckLite Complex Reflector, 2 sets of LightForce 140's w/LF harness's, Daystar center switch panel w/ PlasmaGlo switches...


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Mopar2Ya,

Do you have any flickering with your Trucklites?

I just notice my passenger side flicker's a little while I am at a idol.
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Do you have any flickering with your Trucklites?

I just notice my passenger side flicker's a little while I am at a idol.
I haven't noticed anything yet, but I have the SMS harness.
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I haven't noticed anything yet, but I have the SMS harness.
Which harness is this? Did you get the Truck-lites from Quadratec and then added the harness?
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Which harness is this? Did you get the Truck-lites from Quadratec and then added the harness?
I have the full SMS Rallylights.com harness, it eliminates the factory PWM(eliminating flicker). It is not the $20 pigtail/converter that they sell w/the lights. I got my lights from 4WD.com, IIRC they were around $500 a pair(price matching).
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Question about preferred lights on grill guard. I'm getting some KC lights today and torn if I should go with the long range or driving on my front bumper grill guard? I was thinking driving lights and eventually putting long range on the windshield. Any opinions?
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I have the full SMS Rallylights.com harness, it eliminates the factory PWM(eliminating flicker). It is not the $20 pigtail/converter that they sell w/the lights. I got my lights from 4WD.com, IIRC they were around $500 a pair(price matching).
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I haven't noticed anything yet, but I have the SMS harness.

Okay, I have the 20 dollars harness that's probably why I have the slight flicker on the passenger side. It's barely noticable, but I will look at the SMS harness you purchased. Does that harness you have boost the light output or does it just control the flickering?
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Okay, I have the 20 dollars harness that's probably why I have the slight flicker on the passenger side. It's barely noticable, but I will look at the SMS harness you purchased. Does that harness you have boost the light output or does it just control the flickering?
I cant say for a fact that the SMS harness makes the light brighter, but IMO it should because you get direct power from the battery.
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Hilldweller, you may be best to answer this but any experience is appreciated.


Just got the new bumper delivered from Aries Automotive. Looking forward to installing it Sat. It has tabs for 2 fogs so that will be coming soon. Don't know which ones yet but that 's not the issue. Planning on keeping the original fogs since the new bumper has cutouts for those as well.

I was hoping to use the factory in dash switch bar but apparantly a circuit board is in the way so oh well. May do the pillar pod switch setup but


The question is how to wire the lights up. Should I use the factory fog power wire(s) to switch a relay with a separate direct feed from constant power to the relay / lights or would I be better off running the new lights in parallel to the ex. fogs off the ex. column switch (which would eliminate the need for additional switches)? Would the existing column fog switch be overwhelmed by an additional say 100 watts twice (17 amps more +/-)? Is there going to be an alternator issue - does the stock one put out enough current? I assume that 2 lights would not kill it but would 200 watt be the limit? 400 watt? 600?

The jeep is a 2012 JKU Sahara. Thanks everyone in advance
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Add in circuit protection for auxiliary lights

Is there any interest in being able to purchase an add in circuit to allow auxiliary driving lights to be wired into the existing Jeep electrical system?

If you read my earlier post in this thread, A friend of mine and I, both retired Chrysler Engineers, modified a PIAA wiring harness so the auxiliary driving lights could be wired into my Jeep harness, allowing the lights to come on with the high beams.

While researching lights for my Jeep, it became apparent that no aftermarket supplier is making an auxiliary lighting system that is compatible with the JK PWM electronics.

As a result, we are exploring a possible business opportunity to create and supply an electronic circuit which would provide add in fuse protection, relay protection and system EMF protection for auxiliary lighting systems.

If you have any interest, either as an individual, aftermarket supplier or lighting manufacturer, please PM me at stans1stjeep on this forum.

Thanks, and I hope I haven't broken any forum rules.
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Ten pages is a lot to go through to find a simple answer: are there inexpensive/easy bulb replacement options for better headlight/fog performance?

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Is there any interest in being able to purchase an add in circuit to allow auxiliary driving lights to be wired into the existing Jeep electrical system?

If you read my earlier post in this thread, A friend of mine and I, both retired Chrysler Engineers, modified a PIAA wiring harness so the auxiliary driving lights could be wired into my Jeep harness, allowing the lights to come on with the high beams.

While researching lights for my Jeep, it became apparent that no aftermarket supplier is making an auxiliary lighting system that is compatible with the JK PWM electronics.

As a result, we are exploring a possible business opportunity to create and supply an electronic circuit which would provide add in fuse protection, relay protection and system EMF protection for auxiliary lighting systems.

If you have any interest, either as an individual, aftermarket supplier or lighting manufacturer, please PM me at stans1stjeep on this forum.

Thanks, and I hope I haven't broken any forum rules.
Well SMS will custom make harnesses for auxiliary lighting. Very similar to the headlight harnesses they make. SMS even provides the little extras like covering the capacitors with heat shrink to make them weather resistant. However, I believe alot of folks aren't aware of their custom work. So if you can manufacture a cost effective, quality harness specifically for auxiliary lights, I support that. I still plan to add them at some point.

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[QUOTE=SilverSport;2584672]Well SMS will custom make harnesses for auxiliary lighting. Very similar to the headlight harnesses they make. SMS even provides the little extras like covering the capacitors with heat shrink to make them weather resistant. However, I believe alot of folks aren't aware of their custom work. So if you can manufacture a cost effective, quality harness specifically for auxiliary lights, I support that. I still plan to add them at some point.

Our thinking, at this 5 minutes is that a simple circuit could be made, that plugs in between the relay connector and the wiring harness connector. Based on my sample, of 1, the lighting mfgs supply complete kits with lights, wiring and the relay. There are some issues to be answered, you bring up price (cost), a few others are market interest, technical feasibility, liability & distribution. none have been answered yet.
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So I've been researching the new-gen Truck-Lite LED headlights. I think I'm finally sold on them. I don't have the $800 to spend on the JW Speaker setup, and the new Truck-Lites seem to be much better than the prior generation.

And with that, this is the best price I've seen on the Truck-Lites:

SET OF 2 Truck-Lite 7'' Round LED Headlamp, Complex Reflector Optics Design Phase 7 27270C

And you can get 5% off right now with the code LIFEISGOOD5.

So my question is this: Do I need to buy the H13-H4 adapters if I'm going to buy a harness from rallylights? I want to avoid the flickering from the PWM setup and ensure that these lights get all the juice they need.

And one other question: The factory fog lights: My dealer installed some aftermarket LED offroad lights and the factory fog light connections are "open" currently (sealed with electrical tape actually... I have a smittybilt front bumper with no fog light openings). The aftermarket lights are wired to a direct switch inside the cabin and operate regardless of the ignition being on/off. Is it possible to wire up more LED offroad lights to the factory fog light harness or will they have an issue with not getting enough power? Should I just add more and wire them into the same in-cabin switch I already have? Can it handle it? I need to check the wiring, but I do know it has an in-line fuse.
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Hey Everyone,

I need Reverse Back up lights.
Torn between the 2, anybody with thoughts on either set. Also, do you go LED or HID?


Dually LED
https://www.rigidindustries.com/category-s/131.htm

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Vision X
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*They also have an HID option...
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So I've been researching the new-gen Truck-Lite LED headlights. I think I'm finally sold on them. I don't have the $800 to spend on the JW Speaker setup, and the new Truck-Lites seem to be much better than the prior generation.

And with that, this is the best price I've seen on the Truck-Lites:

SET OF 2 Truck-Lite 7'' Round LED Headlamp, Complex Reflector Optics Design Phase 7 27270C

And you can get 5% off right now with the code LIFEISGOOD5.

So my question is this: Do I need to buy the H13-H4 adapters if I'm going to buy a harness from rallylights? I want to avoid the flickering from the PWM setup and ensure that these lights get all the juice they need.

And one other question: The factory fog lights: My dealer installed some aftermarket LED offroad lights and the factory fog light connections are "open" currently (sealed with electrical tape actually... I have a smittybilt front bumper with no fog light openings). The aftermarket lights are wired to a direct switch inside the cabin and operate regardless of the ignition being on/off. Is it possible to wire up more LED offroad lights to the factory fog light harness or will they have an issue with not getting enough power? Should I just add more and wire them into the same in-cabin switch I already have? Can it handle it? I need to check the wiring, but I do know it has an in-line fuse.
If the Truck-Lites are designed to plug-n-play with the factory harness then you would need the H13-H4 adapter unless you get SMS to put H13 connectors on the upgrade harness.

The factory foglight circuit is PWM so offroad lights won't get a steady 12V.

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I need Reverse Back up lights.
Torn between the 2, anybody with thoughts on either set. Also, do you go LED or HID?


Dually LED
https://www.rigidindustries.com/category-s/131.htm

or

Vision X
LED and HID Reverse Lights
*They also have an HID option...
Heard good stuff about the Rigid Duallys. Have no knowledge of the Vision X. I would think the LED would have a longer lifespan.
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I want to install smoked lenses onto my jeep for the turn signals on the front and the fenders. i can only find them in one place and they are $95 per par for the fenders and then $95 for the front. Does anyone know any place with cheaper smoked out lenses? i dont really want to buy spay paint and do it, i want the smoked lenses with an orange bulb.
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Ok I just bought some IPF 968CSG Driving lights and I need help installing. I need someone to walk me though the entire process. I know one part of the 3 part directions it came with, talks about tapping into the high beam wire with some electro tap but I want to be able to run it independently of all lights. How would I go about installing? I have a 2012 JKU.
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How soon you plan to install them?
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Ok I just bought some IPF 968CSG Driving lights and I need help installing. I need someone to walk me though the entire process. I know one part of the 3 part directions it came with, talks about tapping into the high beam wire with some electro tap but I want to be able to run it independently of all lights. How would I go about installing? I have a 2012 JKU.
Some suggestions:

Check with your secretary of state on aux lighting regulations, there may be a state requirement that your driving lights be switched on/off with your high beams. There may also be a requirement that the lights be mounted below the headlights. A-pillar and header mounted lights are usually considered as "off road only" so you can't use them while driving on pavement.

Mock up your lights and connections before doing anything permanent.

The JK has pulse width modulation (PWM) electronics. Check with IPF regarding their system compatibility with the 2012 JK electrical system. It's not the end of the world if it isn't, it just means more work/expense for you.

Check the posts between Silver Sport and myself in this thread, they will give you ideas if you have to modify your wiring harness. you can also contact Susquhanna Motorsports (rallylights.com) if you want to purchase a custom wiring harness.

If you plan to add other lights or electrical accessories you may want to invest in an SPOD system right away.
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What's up with Daniel Stern not returning emails? I want to buy a set of Cibies, but he hasn't returned either of the mail messages I've sent over the past week.

Maybe I should just get the TruckLites instead? I wasn't planning to go to LEDs, but if I can't get someone to tell me how much I should pay them, then what other option do I have? *sigh*
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Some suggestions:

Check with your secretary of state on aux lighting regulations, there may be a state requirement that your driving lights be switched on/off with your high beams. There may also be a requirement that the lights be mounted below the headlights. A-pillar and header mounted lights are usually considered as "off road only" so you can't use them while driving on pavement.

Mock up your lights and connections before doing anything permanent.

The JK has pulse width modulation (PWM) electronics. Check with IPF regarding their system compatibility with the 2012 JK electrical system. It's not the end of the world if it isn't, it just means more work/expense for you.

Check the posts between Silver Sport and myself in this thread, they will give you ideas if you have to modify your wiring harness. you can also contact Susquhanna Motorsports (rallylights.com) if you want to purchase a custom wiring harness.

If you plan to add other lights or electrical accessories you may want to invest in an SPOD system right away.
Good advice! saintdoggx - find out what your state laws are regarding driving lights based on the advice from stans1stjeep. Depending on whether they have to come on with the highbeams or not, we can guide you in getting them wired up.

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What's up with Daniel Stern not returning emails? I want to buy a set of Cibies, but he hasn't returned either of the mail messages I've sent over the past week.

Maybe I should just get the TruckLites instead? I wasn't planning to go to LEDs, but if I can't get someone to tell me how much I should pay them, then what other option do I have? *sigh*
DS hasn't answered my last email and that was sent two weeks ago. Normally he answers within 24 hours. I suspect he gets a lot of email so you might try again.

The Cibies were $77.95 each + $143 for the harness + cost of bulbs.
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DS hasn't answered my last email and that was sent two weeks ago. Normally he answers within 24 hours. I suspect he gets a lot of email so you might try again.

The Cibies were $77.95 each + $143 for the harness + cost of bulbs.
Yup. $78+$78+$143+$40+$20 shipping (estimated).

I'm trying to throw money at the guy if only he'd reply!
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Yup. $78+$78+$143+$40+$20 shipping (estimated).

I'm trying to throw money at the guy if only he'd reply!
I will gladly take it off your hands.
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Yup. $78+$78+$143+$40+$20 shipping (estimated).

I'm trying to throw money at the guy if only he'd reply!
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