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Re: SRT8 headlights on a Laredo?

I still make an adapter harness for those wishing to use the OEM bixenon headlights on a Laredo.

You keep your high beam, low beam and flash to pass.

You can optionally power the DRL with another harness. And there are options,

Option 1 DRL on when park light off.

Option 2 Almost OEM DRLs that cut off when the turnsignal is activated.

What you don't get:

Smart beam
Auto leveling function.

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Re: SRT8 headlights on a Laredo?

Well you can't manually adjust those, the dealership told me so if you put them in and they point right to the ground or up in the air your screwed. I just sent the lights back because I thought they couldn't work, and ordered black altitude lights.
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Well you can't manually adjust those, the dealership told me so if you put them in and they point right to the ground or up in the air your screwed. I just sent the lights back because I thought they couldn't work, and ordered black altitude lights.
NOT true.....the SRT headlamps have manual adjustment screws just like all the other GC headlamps.
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Re: SRT8 headlights on a Laredo?

So if I were to put these in my jeep, tell me everything I would need and how to hook it up. I already have the HID's for my high and low beam with the ballasts and led's for the turn signal. I don't care about the smart beam or auto level so if I just need a harness, let me know where I could get one and how easy it is to hook up.
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So if I were to put these in my jeep, tell me everything I would need and how to hook it up. I already have the HID's for my high and low beam with the ballasts and led's for the turn signal. I don't care about the smart beam or auto level so if I just need a harness, let me know where I could get one and how easy it is to hook up.
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Re: SRT8 headlights on a Laredo?

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I still make an adapter harness for those wishing to use the OEM bixenon headlights on a Laredo.

You keep your high beam, low beam and flash to pass.

You can optionally power the DRL with another harness. And there are options,

Option 1 DRL on when park light off.

Option 2 Almost OEM DRLs that cut off when the turnsignal is activated.

What you don't get:

Smart beam
Auto leveling function.
im looking to do the same thing for my 2011 laredo. You said you make a harness? would it just simply be a plug in? how much would it cost
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