I've tried a set of OPT7 bulbs with their anti flicker modules as well as a set of Lasfit bulbs with 2 different sets of a/f modules. Flicker was noticeable on all 3 combos so I went back to my Philips crystal vision halogen bulbs---they're not LED bright but definitely better than stock--kind of gunshy now about trying any other led bulbs---don't really want to spend 600-800 bucks on a set of replacement led headlights..:frown2:
I've never tried the insanely expensive "name brand" led headlights; but I do have a set of these (link below) and they work very well. The led drivers are made by Cree which is a well-known brand in the residential led market as well.
If your lights flicker, the LED Factory mart will also send you a set of h4 to h4 anti flicker modules. I have a set of those as a backup, but I'm using the following modules and they've been flawless over 2+ years (they also convert from h4 to h13 without a separate adapter):
I have bought from headlight revolution a few times. Always had great luck. They have excellent videos. I have bought LEDs and HIDs. Most recently, I installed low beam LEDs in my f-250. Couldnt be happier.
Some I’ve had this slow oil leak. At first I though it was the oil cooler. Nope. The sensor pictured with the red clip is the coolant temp sensor. Oil leak appears to be coming from the area directly above; possibly the black piece above. Any insight would be appreciated.
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Good afternoon all, new member here! I just purchased a 2017 Wrangler unlimited for my daughter. I want to upgrade the stereo in it for her and I have a few questions.
1.Will the touch screen Jeep stereo fit in the place of the stock CD player stereo?
2. Is the rear wired already for the sub...
So, this is the 3rd O2 replaced and I checked the wiring to make sure that wasn't it. Then, guy at parts store says "it's a Jeep thing"...they have an issue with it.
Is this true ?
8 months to a year is all I get....SUCKS.
( I know this has been covered but I. could use some advice)
I'm new to owning a jku. I had a TJ but this is my first jku. It is 2012 Sahara bone stock. I'm looking at a 1.5 - 2.5 lift. It is not my DD but I do drive it at lot on small trips. I won't be using it as a rock crawler mostly...
I was wondering: some Wrangler JK online retailers say "with air conditioning".
Does it mean that there are two different serpentine belts? Will that one work if a Wrangler JK doesn't have A/C?
It's a bit confusing.
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