Originally Posted by dpassons76
Sounds great, can I get the info on your headlight bulbs? And also, for the JW Speaker fogs did you buy an actual assembly from them or do they have individual bulbs? Haven't been able to find an individual replacement bulb that they make
#1 - JW Speaker 6145 fog lights only fit the 2011-2013 Grand Cherokees (to the best of my knowledge). The JW Speaker units are a complete replacement (housing and mounting bracket) for the OEM fog lights. The fog light design changed in 2014 (and a lot of other things).
According to the Sylvania automotive bulb guide, the 2014+ uses an H11 bulb for the fog lights and for the halogen head lights.
The LED H11 bulbs I bought from V-LEDs are no longer offered by them. Their LED headlight bulbs now have fans. I don't like the idea of a fan to cool the bulb.
If I had to buy LED headlight bulbs today, I would buy these:
H11 LED Headlight Kit | H11 LED Upgrade
V-LEDs still carries the Morimoto CAN-BUS adapters I used:
MORIMOTO H11 STANDALONE CAN-BUS ADAPTER | 1 PAIR
I'm not sure if you would need the CAN-BUS adapters for your fog lights, I did not need any adapter for my fog lights so I'm guessing that they are not 'pulsed' by the CAN-BUS system like the headlights, but they may have changed that with the 2014 and newer models.
Some people with the 2014+ Grand Cherokees have reported that they are having problems with both LEDs and HID kits, therefore I would get assurances from the vendors that you can return the items for a refund if they do not work for your vehicle.
XenonDepot LED Headlight Bulb Issues
From that thread, I am thinking that if your low beams light up as DRLs, then you will have problems. You can check by pulling up to a store window somewhere with your headlights off and the vehicle in Drive, if your low beams are dimly lit, they you have DRLs and may have issues.
You might be able to have the dealer turn off the DRL feature. On my 2012, the high beams can be activated as DRLs, but I had my dealer turn them back off. The low voltage sent to the bulbs for the DRL function was causing the bulbs to turn brown. You can Google search for "high beam drl bulbs turn brown".
Jeep/Chrysler may have switched to using the low beams as DRLs so that they would get more time at full power to prevent the bulb turning brown.