Originally Posted by Jeep_addicted
The harness, when installed, you would almost say it looks like it belongs in the engine bay.
It's about 10 feet long and weighs more than a few pounds.
Back in June I was in Jersey and was able to meet a few jeep garage members face to face.
I also had the honor of helping one member install his harness
Took us less than an hour too!
Everyone - i don't post often - life is pretty crazy at the moment, but i can vouch for Jeep_Addicted. Truly a man of his word, and is a wizard (MacGyver) installing these. We met back in June and installed this in a middle of a parking lot in NJ.He was on business and took his time to meet me (after i probably nagged the hell out of him - but all joking aside it was nice of him to do so). Everything works perfectly, and I couldn't be happier. The harness is a simple install. It took longer to drop the front bumper, but if you have all the right tools it takes a mere 10 minutes to drop the bumper and plug these in. You tap the LED into the fuse box and just put a few grounds in along with the power.
I will try to get some pics and post, but I haven't had any issues. All were solved with a few quick phone calls and emails to Jeep_Addicted and were most likely due to the used light I bought from a member on this board.
Here is advice so you don't make the same mistake I did - DO NOT BUY USED LIGHTS. Most likely someone is trying to get rid of them for a reason. My issues - my passenger side light has some missing gaps in the LED. It doesn't look horrible and if you look at the pics Jeep_addicted posted you can sort of see it. The driver's side has "crazing" and "pitting" which i couldn't see from the photos on this board when I bought them. No one else to blame but myself - Yeah, it's annoying but even with that - i'd never go back to the craptastic halogens. They are pathetic looking.
Again - Jeep_addicted does awesome work, and his customer service is great considering he is a one man show catering to a bunch of jeepaholics who can't sleep at night because they want conversion harnesses. Really nice guy, and has the patience of a saint.
Thanks again, pics to come soon after things calm down on my end. My next project with these is to open them up, replace the pitted plastic with another lights plastic (off ebay), reseal them. I was going to also try my hands at trying to fix the led on the passenger side, but i am not sure it's even possible.