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Old 02-27-2014, 01:22 PM
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Re: Whats needed 2014 HID FOGs help

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Ordered today, I will let you know how the install comes out.


Edit, , after I ordered I looked at the install link and it appears to be a link for the headlights. I am looking to change my fog lights, and match the color to the head lights not replace them. Fogs are the h11 as well?
Yes on the 2014 Grand Cherokee the fog lights use H11 as well and require the same parts. As for the installation you can do it the same way as the headlights by either going through the wheel wells or by removing the bumper.

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I see you offer the kit in 3000k as well...have you had any feedback on that? Since the fogs are basically useless for everyday lighting I only use them as designed - for foggy conditions. I'd like to go 3000k if you've had good results with that...any info is appreciated, thanks!
We've had many customers install the 3000K XenonDepot HID kit in there fog lights with great success. As you stated you can't go wrong with the 3000K option if your looking to actually make your fog lights functional.

Here is an older DIY we have of the 3000K HID kit installed in a previous generation SRT8:

Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 6500k Xtreme HID kit in Low Beams and 3000k in Fogs

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Which are your brightest whitest hids?
The brightest would be 4300K which is a warm white color. You can move up to 5000K to get a little white without loosing too much brightness.

But check out this review we posted comparing the 4300K Philips to the 5000K:

4300K VS 5000K HID Color Temperature Comparison

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Re: Whats needed 2014 HID FOGs help

I just received my XenonDepot H11 fog light Xtreme HID kit to convert my fog lights. This kit requires a separate feed from the battery to the relay. Where are you all getting the feed for the relays? Thanks
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Re: Whats needed 2014 HID FOGs help

I have recently got my HID's installed in the headlights and fogs. I believe they used a can-bus hid kit on both. But i will have to bring it back to the shop cause my headlights arent working properly (DRL problem) due to a fact they forgot to put in a relay kit. Once that is installed hopefully it fixes the problem.
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I just received my XenonDepot H11 fog light Xtreme HID kit to convert my fog lights. This kit requires a separate feed from the battery to the relay. Where are you all getting the feed for the relays? Thanks
There would be a lead in your engine bay in the fuse box or near it.

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I have recently got my HID's installed in the headlights and fogs. I believe they used a can-bus hid kit on both. But i will have to bring it back to the shop cause my headlights arent working properly (DRL problem) due to a fact they forgot to put in a relay kit. Once that is installed hopefully it fixes the problem.
Everything needs to be installed in order for it to function properly but keep us posted if you run into any other issues.

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Re: Whats needed 2014 HID FOGs help

Thanks Danny. I'll be doing the install once I get the Can Bus fix. I'm not at the Jeep right now so I can't look around for a 12+ yet.
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There would be a lead in your engine bay in the fuse box or near it.



Everything needs to be installed in order for it to function properly but keep us posted if you run into any other issues.

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My jeep is going back to the shop this Friday for the relay kit so i will keep you guys posted with the DRL issue.

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