Originally Posted by Randre19
I've gone thru that thread before and a lot of posts talk about having to use a converter system etc. to prevent light flickering. I'm not very tech savvy when it comes to this so I'm just looking for LED fogs that are complete plug and play. No nonsense with other circuits etc.
Don't believe everything you read...but that being said ....I'll share my experience...take it with a grain of salt.
I just swapped out my fogs on my 2014 last weekend to the opt7's and it took me 10 minutes...total plug and play ...they give you everything you need ....if you have any flicker you just need to plug in the capacitor they give you (opt7 kit)
I didn't have to use the capacitor and mine are working perfectly. I ordered a second set of the opt7's for my 2015 durango
if you don't care about the light output and just want the color to match the HID's then I have a set of bulbs I can give you ...just pay for shipping..
they are the Philips Diamond Vision H11 5000k's
here's a pic of them compared to the Opt7's
the Durango is on the left and has stock HID's(4300K) with the diamond vision h11's
the 2014 grand cherokee on the right has the Osram D3 66340CBI 's on headlights and the opt 7's on fogs