Re: Demonstrative pictures of the Eagle Eye LED tail-light
Problem solved. Both Eagle Eye LED units had the pins bent in their connectors. The pin was bent enough to not enter the female side (it was running into the female block).
It took a few time of bending the pins with a flathead screwdriver to straighten them out and the connector snapped right into the jeep connectors.
All lights working great (running, brake, reverse, blinkers).
Glad to be done with the stock units. I'd been pulled over twice this year for the brake light being "out." I had to explain to the cop both times that it wasn't burnt out... it was a loss of contact between bulb and housing. I actually pulled the stock unit off and fixed it on the spot for the cop. He said he pulls over WJ's all the time.