Buy the Jeep parts and the Tazer JL to allow you to turn on the coding for the LEDs.SaxyJeep wrote: ↑Sat Dec 01, 2018 3:04 amI've had the Jeep for about 8 hours so far, so no complaints thus far. I used to have a soft top '04 Chrysler Sebring, so I'm not new to hearing stuff around me, and honestly it's not that bad, at least from driving ~60mph. Time will tell and worst case, I may get the hard top down the line.max225 wrote: dang you went with the soft-top ? How is that holding up for ya?
Main thing I want to replace are the head and tail lights for LEDs... Just trying to figure out how the aftermarket and installation works right now :/
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The OEM LEDs are great and will not break like cheap shit aftermarket parts.