Yeah, nobody's perfect. I wish I lived in Texas, believe me, after the last 8 years under blackface. Can't legally emigrate, don't qualify under the current US Visa requirements for Canadian landed immigrants.Canada huh?
I’m in Texas. I’m not sure I have heatd of them being required anywhere in the U.S.
Sometimes accidents work better than all the research and planning.I am not sure exactly how but I got my DRLs working. I may have plugged the pigtail in the fuse slot wrong somehow.
I really hate getting something right by accident. I used the M8 fuse slot.
No reprogramming the ECU? Just run the wire(s) off the red one to the fuse box?I never argue with success but I really wish I knew for certain what I did. I used fuse M-9 and someone said it can be put in different slots.
It works so I’m good.
Do you need to do any of the stuff with apps and stuff that people are talking about here or are these plug and play?Wrangler headlights are notoriously weak. You can change the bulbs and see some improvement, but it's likely your lenses are in bad shape. You can fix that with rubbing compound and a drill. But that will only get you back to the OEM lights, which weren't all that good.
I have installed these:
in both our Wranglers. They're a huge improvement.
I did not. Ours are a 2011 and a 2013. There are tons of year to year differences that aren't always predictable. I think (but am not certain) that most of the people who need JScan to make LEDs function properly have vehicles for which LEDs were a factory option, but which did not come equipped with them.Do you need to do any of the stuff with apps and stuff that people are talking about here or are these plug and play?