The right side fog light bulb has died on my 2011 JK. I can't believe that you can't get a replacement bulb in an auto parts store! I found the bulbs on Amazon. What is the deal with these bulbs?
It is because the headlights suck on my 2010. Pisses me off like nothing else because i have a night job. Gotta use the fogs. Note: my dashcam needs all the light it can get to record what is going on.I have a 2010, I think they are the same bulb. NO ONE carried them. Parts stores had them for older, and newer Jeeps at reasonable prices, but not for my 2010. I ordered 2 from the local Jeep dealer 2 years ago. I went ahead and replaced both and kept the older one that was still working as a spare. Forget the price but they were high.
The good news, if you use the lights the way they were meant to be used, which is rarely, they will last for a very long time. I see lots of folks running fog lights all the time when they don't need to be on.
Are those LED's compatible with the JKs' aren't they too high wattage for the wiring.Get either one of these: http://www.amazon.com/Philips-12276C1-Premium-PSX24W-Headlight/dp/B008BRJ5FA
OR (currently have these LED)
2X 80W 1200 Lumen 6000K White PSX24W 2504 12276 Seoul LED Fog Driving Light Bulb | eBay
Sorry, Took me forever to check the forum! I still have these LED lights and their still going strong! No, they're not too high wattage for my 2021 JK. I even use my fogs as DRL with AEV procal settings without any flickers.Are those LED's compatible with the JKs' aren't they too high wattage for the wiring.
If not how do you like them so far.