Washed my jeep today. Took a break from cleaning out my dads house.
So my Hids install that I thought went easily.
Well on way home today my passenger side wouldn't kick on. Got it fired up, and noticed my passenger side fog wasn't on. When I got home I began messing with the wires. And couldn't seem to get it straightened out. I ended up going back to stock lows, after some playing around with the passenger side bulb. Which seemed to be jammed in.
As for the fogs, I popped the fuse for them. I replaced fuse, and popped again.
Anyone have any ideas? No relays on the fogs, had none for the lows either. I will install relay for the lows when I get my replacement bulbs in. As for the fogs. Not sure why I'm popping the fuse just yet. Also out of that size fuse. So I'm fog-less for now.
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Silver 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Special Edition I6 4.0
stock 'cept for
Pioneer Primere Deh-P840 headunit XMD-1000 (xm receiver) Audionbahn Bandpass Box with 2 Audiobahn 12" subs powered by Audiobahn Amp|
Escort 8500 X50 radar detector hardwired to auto dim rearview mirror|V3 projector headlights with 6K HIDs in Lows, 3K HIDs in Fogs|black brush guard & black nerf bars|Hyper White LEDs in interior lights, and Rear License Plate|16" JK unlimited wheels
Custom 2001 Mitsubishi Galant pics can be seen here