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    2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee HID LED Headlights

    Successfully converted a friend of mines limited to the new heads that come on the Overlands. Here's the video of the operation.
    http://youtu.be/gXqMh9A_es0

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    Senior Member HID FANATIC Sean Lezner's Avatar
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    As in a retrofit or just a simple swap in and out? As you and your video don't elaborate very well.

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    I think he's just showing the function of a harness that will allow the hid headlights to work on a halogen car thingy..

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    I think swap and he made his own harness

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    I'm confused. He made a clone to work the same under a single unit??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Lezner View Post
    As in a retrofit or just a simple swap in and out? As you and your video don't elaborate very well.
    This is a video showing the operation of the headlights using the harness to convert any non-hid car to the oem hid/led heads you see in the vid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxedoblack11 View Post
    This is a video showing the operation of the headlights using the harness to convert any non-hid car to the oem hid/led heads you see in the vid.
    I did indeed view your video, but the description (or lack thereof) of whatever you did was rather ambiguous. I don't too many users on here that own the newer Jeeps and would subsequently be thrilled by this mod so you may have better luck posting it on a dedicated Jeep forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Lezner View Post
    I did indeed view your video, but the description (or lack thereof) of whatever you did was rather ambiguous. I don't too many users on here that own the newer Jeeps and would subsequently be thrilled by this mod so you may have better luck posting it on a dedicated Jeep forum.
    Yeah I know but i thought id share the idea with all of you and have posted this in multiple jeep forums already. Just thought since this is an HID Site that people would like to see there are options out there. Basically all the harness consists of is a morimoto h13 bixenon harness with oem inputs and outputs to fit the application with the exception of the switchback controls to turn off the DRL's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tuxedoblack11 View Post
    Yeah I know but i thought id share the idea with all of you and have posted this in multiple jeep forums already. Just thought since this is an HID Site that people would like to see there are options out there. Basically all the harness consists of is a morimoto h13 bixenon harness with oem inputs and outputs to fit the application with the exception of the switchback controls to turn off the DRL's.
    Not bad at all. I'm sure it will be a nice go-to option for Jeep owners.

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    Now what would be even cooler would be retrofitting in those lights with a good projector

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