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Re: 2014 Grand Cherokee HID Kit Installation

bumpinjeep: Shipping out today with UPS air service (upgraded shipping free of charge).

AGRADELEOUS: H11 is the correct fitment for the 2014. Make sure to use coupon code "MOPARHID" upon checkout.

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Old 08-06-2013, 10:51 AM
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Re: 2014 Grand Cherokee HID Kit Installation

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bumpinjeep: Shipping out today with UPS air service (upgraded shipping free of charge).

AGRADELEOUS: H11 is the correct fitment for the 2014. Make sure to use coupon code "MOPARHID" upon checkout.

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Sweet, i'll take some pics and do a write up when they arrive. Hopefully this week. I think the biggest PITA is taking off the bumper but other than that, should be good to go.
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Re: 2014 Grand Cherokee HID Kit Installation

Thanks guys, lows(4300k) and fogs(3000k) ordered
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Sweet, i'll take some pics and do a write up when they arrive. Hopefully this week. I think the biggest PITA is taking off the bumper but other than that, should be good to go.

I'm curious about the ease with which the bumper comes off as well. Any tricks or details that may be helpful, could you include that in your write up? These cars get harder and harder to fool with. Had to pull the grill and headlight assemblies out of my '11 Ram for install, thought I was gonna break the dang thing getting it out.
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Sweet, i'll take some pics and do a write up when they arrive. Hopefully this week. I think the biggest PITA is taking off the bumper but other than that, should be good to go.
I took off the bumper cover last week to install an air horn I had laying around the garage - piece of cake! That's definitely the way to go when installing HIDs instead of scratching up your arms trying to do it from the top side. Bumper cover is held on by: two plastic rivets on each side, you have to cut the heads off those; one small bolt on each side; have to remove two reusable rivets up top; four reusable ones underneath in the center; and one clip under each front corner you just turn 90 degrees to release. Once you have all the fasteners removed, start gently pulling from one corner to start releasing the integrated clips and loosen it enough to reach in and unclip the fog lights. Gently pull straight up on the top structure in the center to release four clips holding it up there. Whole thing, including the grille, comes off in one piece giving you unrestricted access to the entire front structure! You'll need to get a plastic rivet gun to replace the two non-reusable rivets on each side; I got this one from Harbor Freight for about $16.00: Hand Riveter with 40 Industrial Strength Poly Rivets

Here's the official instructions: http://www.wk2jeeps.com/pdf/2014_wk2...stallation.pdf

I ordered 4300K HID kit for the lows and 5000K fog light LEDs yesterday, looking forward to getting rid of the drab yellow lighting on my Limited!
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H11 led fog light replacements do not have enough light output.
I turn them on and off against a wall at night and you cant see any difference.
I order those from xenon-depot recently and i am a bit disappointed with the output.
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Re: 2014 Grand Cherokee HID Kit Installation

Thanks Northland. Yeah, if those are just standard size rivets I have all that stuff at the house already. I haven't gotten down and looked at it yet. I'll check it out tonight, but sounds like a piece of cake if you have any mechanical know-how at all
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Pics or even a video of the removal would be greatly appreciated.
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Soo, do the DRLs work with these kits or is it required to have them set to off?
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Soo, do the DRLs work with these kits or is it required to have them set to off?
I got my Lows from XenonDepot with the relay and canbus and everything is working perfectly. DRLs work without a problem. You must have the Relay and the Canbus for both the Lows and Fogs. I brought just H11 6000K bulbs for the fogs and the H11 6500K Xenon kit for the lows. Found a great shop in Rutherford, NJ to do the install.
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I got my Lows from XenonDepot with the relay and canbus and everything is working perfectly. DRLs work without a problem. You must have the Relay and the Canbus for both the Lows and Fogs. I brought just H11 6000K bulbs for the fogs and the H11 6500K Xenon kit for the lows. Found a great shop in Rutherford, NJ to do the install.
Thanks Robbie,

Appreciate the response. That was all kind of vague to me reading through the thread. Now that I know that everything will work I will definitely going to do this soon. I wanted to see about getting the premium headlights with led running lights from the overland and up but went to the dealer to ask about it and they said it could not be done and it would void the warranty for some reason.
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Thanks Robbie,

Appreciate the response. That was all kind of vague to me reading through the thread. Now that I know that everything will work I will definitely going to do this soon. I wanted to see about getting the premium headlights with led running lights from the overland and up but went to the dealer to ask about it and they said it could not be done and it would void the warranty for some reason.
Yea I have a laredo E and really wish they had the LEDs DRLs but no can do to get them to fit correctly i dont think. At the time of purchasing my GC i could not justify the price when all i really wanted on the overland were the lights.
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