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post #1 of 8 Old 09-10-2014, 06:09 AM Thread Starter
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Automatic headlights?

Has anyone ever tried to install the automatic headlights in a 2014 sport? They come standard or as options in the Sahara and Rubicon. Is it just a switch? Or is in a whole integrated harness which the sports don't have installed? (Kinda like remote start.)

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Don't know and never tried, but in my '05 WK the fog lights were pre-wired, it just need the housings, the stalk, and programming.

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Procal allows you to program daytime running lights, I have my fogs running now and you can pick and choose what lights you use. It's a 2008 though, not sure if the new ones do the same. Maybe someone else can chime in.

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Pro cal works on the 2014s too. Choice of headlights, fog lights or side lights once in gear I believe.

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I may be wrong, but I think the op is asking about headlights that turn on automatically when it gets dark, not daytime running lights.
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Pretty sure that he is wanting to know about the lights that turn on automatically depending on outside brightness.

I haven't seen it added--however with the way the JKs are made (all are modular--you really can, albeit at great expense, add anything you want to any model from another trim level).

As an owner of a 14 with auto lights (and a ram owner with auto lights (same setup) what you will need:

You are going to need a new stalk for the lights (there IS a marker for the AUTO on/off), you will need the sensor (sits in the middle of the dash up front). and as both of these will need to talk to the can-bus system, you are going to need a re-program.

The three differences that I am unsure about at the moment. 1. If the harness is the same and these simply clip into it, or 2) is there a different harness altogether. 3) is the dash the same. I can't see the dash being different, however it might be to accommodate the sensor.
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You could just use a photo sensor and relays to power the headlights from a switched power source.....major hack but should work....or just twist the stalk when it gets dark
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What KCJK said.

I'd gladly give up my automatic headlight feature for headlights that actually illuminate the road.
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