Customer Submitted photo with Yellow XML2 Installed
The non-factory HID equipped 2014 Grand Cherokee (& SRT8) uses an H11 bulb size for the fog light location. Our XML2 is a plug and play replacement for your factory halogen fog lights. I also recommend adding an anti-flicker module.So for a 2014 srt I need xml2 right? How hard is the install?
Will these work for a 2012 SRT with hid's and pathetic halogen projector fogs?The non-factory HID equipped 2014 Grand Cherokee (& SRT8) uses an H11 bulb size for the fog light location. Our XML2 is a plug and play replacement for your factory halogen fog lights. I also recommend adding an anti-flicker module.
Our XML2 is ideal for those projector style fog lights. At 1,420 lumens each (measured), they produce significantly more output than the factory halogen bulbs.Will these work for a 2012 SRT with hid's and pathetic halogen projector fogs?
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I don't foresee that being an issue, but they are backed by our 30 day hassle free return policy should you run into any issuesPlan on getting a set of the 9005 XLM2 LED bulbs in cool white (6000K) for my high beam bulbs today to take advantage of Cyber Monday deal. Are you guys aware of any clearence issues because of the larger housing? Seems to be enough room but then again have never seen actual size in person. Thanks for your help.
Give us a call tomorrow and we can walk you through some options: (314) 205-3033Soooo the 9005 XLM2's fit BARELY on passenger side where the Procharger head unit with race mesh filter is. Driver side no problem. Just an fyi to all the Procharged WK1's here.
Just happy to have LEDS's for high beams. I love my 8K HID's for fogs and lows but did not want HID's for the highs.
As expected I guess with LED's, they do stay on dim and flicker a bit after switching back to low beam and will only go completely out after about 20-30 seconds of turning all lights to the off position.
That 6ohm resistor I see you guys carry a lot of people are using for hyper blinking issues. I was told this would resolve the issue so when I actually switch back to low beam the highs will be completely off. Just wanted to confirm before purchase. Thanks.
I would suggest replacing the housing with an OEM unit. Unfortunately, that's not something we offer.2009 Looking for front fog but also need housing (it is filled with water and pitted). What can you do?
Here's what you'll need on the site: Fog Light LEDs for 2011-2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee (pair)I’m in the market for new fog light bulbs for my 2012. I can’t seem to find what I’m looking for your website...the XML2?
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