My 08 required replacing fog bulbs with a really good yellow fog bulb. IIRC, the 08 had "35W" bulbs but the newer JK have "17W" or some such.
That was 'almost' good enough after my careful bulb change, but not quite.....and I don't think "17W" would do the trick for me either.
When I upgraded to Daniel Stern's wiring/headlight set up, I bought the truly magnificent upgrade units that mount on the bumper. Current draw exceeds the OEM harness, and care must be taken to not fry stuff.
Between the mounts, special chromatic yellow lenses, mutant ninja fog bulbs, that added about $350 to the rest of my light upgrade.
Go read up on Daniel Stern lighting pitch, it's a REAL education.
I didn't anticipate spending so much....but now have the absolute best lighting I've ever had on any rig.
Don't know about the wiring needs of the newer JKs. Read before you cook something.
get in--buckle up--hang on
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Does anyone out there have hid in there fog lights?
dont do it. its dangerous for oncoming drivers and other drivers in front of yout. HIDs should ONLY be used in projectors, NEVER in reflection housings. only time you should ever use HIDs in reflector housings is with off road only lights that are only being used off road without drivers in front of you. you can and will blind them and you could cause and accident. i cant count the number of times iv almost wrecked because people made the poor and dangerous choice of putting HIDs in reflector housings
I use it on my jeep. It's not as bright as it said. More like direct flashlight pointing. At first i have to trim so it snap in place. but nice and white though. If you plan to have led headlight, it would match.