|12-09-2014 11:10 AM|
|AirForceOne||So they are ECE certified, but not US DOT certified?|
|12-07-2014 03:26 PM|
Can anyone recommend a complete set (housing and bulbs)? There is so much info here with tons of different suggestions, but housings and bulbs are often independent conversations.
For example, with the E-Codes... this HID kit _________
With above halogen kit... these bulbs __________
Thanks. Just looking for better performance with bang for the buck. LEDs are too much buck.
|11-25-2014 11:43 PM|
God those are UGLY !!
But at least they are not on a JEEP
|09-10-2014 03:46 AM|
This is the first ECE-certified LED headlight. Our company boasts advanced light distribution and testing equipment and a team of top design engineers, qualified to produce DOT, SAE, and ECE-certified auto lamps.
|03-01-2012 04:06 PM|
|02-29-2012 08:08 PM|
Here ya go...
|02-29-2012 07:22 PM|
|1jeeplvr||Hella also has a conversion that uses a HB2 bulb.What type bulb is that? Ive never heard of it.|
|02-29-2012 11:58 AM|
|oIIIIIIo||I am running Hella e-code with HID installed. It has a very nice cut-off and no glare whatsoever. Once you go with HID, there is no turning back. All my vehicles are running HIDs.|
|02-28-2012 09:02 PM|
And the slam dunk, an article in a Jeep magazine that rates these lights at the top. Thanks to Knowledge97 for telling me about this article.
Jeep Headlight Shootout - Jp Magazine
|08-24-2011 04:19 PM|
x2...I agree 100%
|08-23-2011 11:08 PM|
Hella E-Codes. Very happy with them. They throw the light strait, down and to the sides.
|08-23-2011 09:46 PM|
Here's a pic I meant to post to show the output of the headlight. Taken with my reasonably priced cell phone. No flash, no photoshop.
|08-16-2011 07:04 PM|
|2003x||Hella E-code lenses you want for HIDs. Correct.|
|08-16-2011 05:25 PM|
Being a newbie jeeper, I made this choice since the E code headlights are NOT DOT approved, I could be subject to a ticket here in MD. The friendly po-po around here love to ticket jeepers. The glass protrusions on the lens are the indicators. Without them, you are subject to a ticket. This of course, has to be a secondary offense. Getting off topic....
The Hella headlights used above are DOT approved, thus the choice. For throwing more light on trails, etc.... I choose the fog lamp mods so that I can control when/where to throw the extra light.
|08-16-2011 02:25 PM|
|08-15-2011 07:45 PM|
|4wheelin||This headlight kit has the bulb installed. It's replaceable, so I suspect removing the rubber boot will allow you to remove the light bulb fairly easily.|
|08-15-2011 07:30 PM|
|2003x||Good write up. I ordered a set earlier from Quadratec. How do you get the bulb in the grey rubber piece? I am putting HID's in them.|
|08-15-2011 07:17 PM|
TJ Hella headlight replacement
I replacted my sealed beam headlights (standard OEM) with Hella lamps with HB2/9003 bulbs. Purchased from Morris (thanks for the $10 discount!).
Halogen Conversion Headlamp - 7 Inch Round<br>(Sold Individually!) HEL-002395301
Replacement skill level: 1 (very basic).
Removed the chrome trim ring (3 screws).
Removed the headlight retainer (4 screws). All screws were Torx T15.
The tabs in the outer ring lined up with the new headlights.
Light bulbs re-attach with the stock wiring harness because they dont draw more wattage than the OEM headlight.
Put the retaining ring back on.
And then the outer trim ring.
Repeat for the driver side, and your done!
Nice clean light install, and better performance than OEM. It's not as bright as the IPF's, etc.... but it works as a DD.
Next project: replacing the spark plugs and replacing the fan with an electric (FAL-475).
Flex-A-Lite Electric Radiator Fan FAL-475