its not as easy as a bulb swapAnyone with a TH or other trim level swap in the Limited's HID's?
I wonder how far back the harness goes - all the way to the power block, or just somewhere up front with a connector format common to both systems (Only a guess, but I'm guessing that there is a connector common to both systems at some point before the power block).the problem will be in the connector for the bulb fitment, HIR2 Halogen is probably different as far as the tabs and such go vs the D3S HID
Yeah those will be ok but not great. There's a bunch of those setups out there, we're discussing a true HID setup though.
There are differences in optics and stuff in a halogen projector and an HID projector. A plug and play like that won't function at the same level as an OEM or retrofit setup. I used one of those kits in my last vehicle...its not bad, but I would say it isn't much better than halogens as far as lighting the road, though aesthetics and color temperatures will look close to OEM HID.I guess I must be misunderstood but I think the kit I linked to is a true HID kit, there really doesn't have to be much to convert other than the bulb due to the lens being the same on the non HID Cherokees.
If you meant using the factory original parts, then I understand what you mean, going that route though will be incredibly pricey as factory parts such as that are stupid expensive from mopar. Case and Point Trailhawk Rims ($450cnd) a piece up here.
Ordered one for the fogs today - I'll put some pics when they're in.So disregarding halogen projectors and hid projectors
has anyone fit an HID kit on a trailhawk?
Sweet post some pics when you have a chance. Im ordering a set of HIDs as well. I love them on my Can Am renegade so gotta get them on the Jeep.installed Volt hid plug and play kit into my limited Cherokee last night. Bulb size is 9006, direct fit! No prob or shaving tabs on bulb. Make sure you get a canbus error code eliminator tho and a power harness. Also fog bulb size is H16