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Cherokee SRT8 Fog Light LED Bulbs



Diode Dynamics carries LED bulbs for replacement of your Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 fog lights, in all major sizes. They are available in HP, XP, and SLF styles. This will make your SRT8's fog lights a nice bright white that closely matches factory-equipped HID lighting & LED DRLs! Just simple plug and play, replace the bulb and you are good to go!

Diode Dynamics offers the brightest, highest-quality bulbs on the market. Your order will ship same day, and we're here if you need us for support and service. These LED bulbs are designed by our engineering team here in St. Louis, and every bulb carries with it a three-year limited warranty.


Brightness


Diode Dynamics offers several brightness options so you can choose what fits you best. These options are listed by the design and the lumen output of each bulb, compared to the factory bulb.

HP48: 265 lumens. Slightly lower brightness than factory.

XP80: 510 lumens. Similar brightness to factory.

SLF: Street Legal Output. Much brighter than factory. These are bright! Made in USA!


Bulb Design

HP48: This bulb is designed with 48 Epistar 3014 LED chips. Thanks to the cap on the top, the light from this High Power Bulb is shined backwards and away from the bulb, not straight out. This means the output is excellent, because it uses the vehicle's housing completely, which then shines the light much more uniformly.

XP80: Each of the four sides of this bulb contains three 5W-rated chips, and the top is fitted with four more, under a projector lens. This is the brightest self-contained automotive LED bulb on the market, and is housed in an aluminum casing with a textured finish for maximum heatsinking properties.


These bulbs are made up of a quality plastic connector to slide right into the plug, as well as high durability terminals. A load resistor is embedded to prevent blowing the LEDs from voltage surge, and a diode is implanted to protect the LEDs from reverse polarity. The LED is wired for 12V operation, the kind found on all modern vehicles.


Included in your order is TWO BULBS (to fit your Jeep Cherokee SRT8).


All of our products come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee and a 3-year limited warranty.


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Diode Dynamics: Fog Light LEDs for 1999-2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Diode Dynamics: Fog Light LEDs for 2014-2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee







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Diode Dynamics: Fog Light LEDs for 1999-2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Diode Dynamics: Fog Light LEDs for 2014-2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee


If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to post, PM, email [email protected] or call: (314) 205-3033

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Thanks for looking!
Nick C.


 

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I just thought I'd jump in and say that I love these. They look VERY nice and match my HIDs almost perfectly. Plenty bright as well. I'm really glad I went with these.

 
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Im looking to match my fogs with oem hid headlights on my 09 jeep srt. Which led fog light bulbs do you recommend?
 

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while i dont have this particular vendors products installed on my jeep i can tell you that the xp80 style may be brighter than the stock fogs the light isnt focused at all and actually is way more scattered this can be seen in the comparison pictures above. To give you an example of what i am saying with stock fog lights you could actually drive at nite with fogs only, i cant do that now with the xp style. they do look better now though as they are a much closer match to the factory hids color.Now on the other hand i have the xml2 type installed in the high beam position and they are very brite. Im not sure if the xml2 style will fit the fogs and if will create too much heat but if it does and dosent melt the lenses i would think that would be the way to go. my only concern was having the cooling fan in the bulb mounted that low. Perhaps the vendor will chime in withg some answers good luck.

OK so i just watched your video and i see there is no fan exposed thats very good, better than what i have, wish i could justify purchasing bulbs when theres nothing wrong with mine.
 

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Im looking to match my fogs with oem hid headlights on my 09 jeep srt. Which led fog light bulbs do you recommend?
We will have the XML2's in 4300K by the end of the month, those will be a 100% perfect match with your factory HIDs.

They are currently being offered in 6000K, which is a nice crisp white

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while i dont have this particular vendors products installed on my jeep i can tell you that the xp80 style may be brighter than the stock fogs the light isnt focused at all and actually is way more scattered this can be seen in the comparison pictures above. To give you an example of what i am saying with stock fog lights you could actually drive at nite with fogs only, i cant do that now with the xp style. they do look better now though as they are a much closer match to the factory hids color.Now on the other hand i have the xml2 type installed in the high beam position and they are very brite. Im not sure if the xml2 style will fit the fogs and if will create too much heat but if it does and dosent melt the lenses i would think that would be the way to go. my only concern was having the cooling fan in the bulb mounted that low. Perhaps the vendor will chime in withg some answers good luck.

OK so i just watched your video and i see there is no fan exposed thats very good, better than what i have, wish i could justify purchasing bulbs when theres nothing wrong with mine.
Please feel free to send us a PM when you get a chance

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Do you carry matching fog LED's yet? PICS?
We have a 4300K option coming soon for the XML2

The XP80 is closer to a 5000K than 6000K. Here's an example of the XP80s with factory HIDs on this Dodge Challenger SRT8.



The 2011-2013 SRT8 GC uses the same size as the Challenger

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Whats the difference between XML2 and XP80's. I'm trying to match the factory look on my 09 Jeep srt w/ factory HID's.

I'm currently running xenon depot HID fog kit w/ 6000k bulbs. How do they LED's compare? Brighter?
 

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Whats the difference between XML2 and XP80's. I'm trying to match the factory look on my 09 Jeep srt w/ factory HID's.

I'm currently running xenon depot HID fog kit w/ 6000k bulbs. How do they LED's compare? Brighter?
A quality 35 watt HID conversion kit will be brighter than an LED replacement, but our XML2s produce 1,420 lumens



You could just install 4300K bulbs in your current fog lights to match your factory HIDs

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A quality 35 watt HID conversion kit will be brighter than an LED replacement, but our XML2s produce 1,420 lumens



You could just install 4300K bulbs in your current fog lights to match your factory HIDs

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Interesting. your pics/videos appear like your LEDs are much brighter than my 6k HID fogs. Possibly the color.
 

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Well it's tough to say how many lumens your kit produces, but as a general rule of thumb HID conversion kits will still produce more lumens than an LED replacement

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i see the xml2's are offered in yellow they are just out of stock? any videos or pictures of them? also what is the factory 2008 jeep fog light bulb size?

thanks Jake
 
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