Your tips and suggestions are appreciated!
I recently purchaed a new 2011 Wrangler 2-Dr Sport. I would like to reproduce the look of the three lights and light bar in the supplied picture (please see attached).
Local Jeep dealership service departments have told me that it's going to take between 3-7 hrs. to do a complete installation and that I can order the parts from Mopar. They've warned me that the 2011 is new to them and that the install may be tricky (ie. Mopar parts may not fit perfectly, or the Wrangler's computer system may not respond properly to the new hardware).
A concern that I have is that once they get half-way, or more, into the work---that they'll find out that they can't get it working---or worse....damage something electrical or computer related.
Another is that the Off-Road Light Installation Kit is designed for installation of two lights---and my preferred set-up is for three lights.
What's your advice to me from a customer's perspective---should I be concerned---what's your advice to the service technician(s) that take on the installation assignment?
Bumper-Mounted Light Bar
MOPAR Part Number: 123220RR
Off-Road Light, Installation Kit
MOPAR Part Number: 82210507AD
MOPAR Part Number: HELLA500 (Packaged in pairs)
6 Inch, Hella 500 with the "Free Form" light reflector. 55W. 6" diameter light
Attachments x 1