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@abjbrtd - The 2016 is a little more sensitive then the 2015. I would suggest going with an HID kit as all you would need is our PWM module (no additional resistors to simulate load). We've had customers install our LED kit in 2015 and 16 with no resistors, but I have had one or 2 occurances where the vehicle threw a code (2016 with LED NOT HID).

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Thanks for the quick reply, unfortunately I got in a hurry... ops
I ordered your "9005 Xtreme LED Headlight Kit" with "CANbus". What do you think my chances are that they will work?


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As long as you got the canbus module you should be fine! Please let me know if it does not though, and I will help you out.

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Hey Steve. How blinding would these be in a 2016 fog light. I like to use the fogs all the time but really don't want to blind oncoming drivers and I know our fogs have no cutoff really


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Psst... Steve... is that you ?... We're in the LED thread, not HID... ;)
hehe, i know.

I'm just explaining why I would go with LED (not HID) in the fogs... I've had several cherokee customers contact me in the last couple of days wanting to upgrade their fogs to HID... Figured I would throw it up here as well just in case anyone was on the fence between the two.

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hehe, i know.

I'm just explaining why I would go with LED (not HID) in the fogs... I've had several cherokee customers contact me in the last couple of days wanting to upgrade their fogs to HID... Figured I would throw it up here as well just in case anyone was on the fence between the two.

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Oh wow. HID fog lights : my worst nightmare LOL.

I have a fog light related question, if you don't mind. I was browsing your site the other day and noticed you carry JW Speaker fog lights. None are said to *fit* the Cherokee on your site, unless I missed it, but there is a fit for Wranglers. From what I know, if they fit recent Wranglers they should fit Cherokees, except for the connectors (= splicing required, or the purchase of adapters).
I'm asking because for the Cherokee that has really bad fog lamps, such an upgrade would be far more satisfying and efficient than just a bulb replacement...
 

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@Mark_ - I believe that they will work with splicing -- although I do not have any first hand experience with them on the Cherokee.

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