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Re: What is the mopar part # for the 2014-2015 bi-xenon HIDs with LED DRLs

Awesome, have always loved those trucks...

That was my second choice to my SRT Jeep, but I needed the family hauling room more than the truck bed. At least for now.

Please don't take my word for it on the adaptive feature, again, never looked into this myself. If you were going with the standard (silver) ones it would make sense to stay away from it especially since they cost more.

However, if you found a good deal on the ones with the adaptive, or wanted the SRT ones, I don't think you could make the adaptive portion work ( at least not easily) but would think by default the light would point straight ahead and you could just use them the same as you would the non adaptive....

Again, just speculation, I say if you prefer the SRT and the price tag isn't out of your reach, then it may be worth researching more to see.

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Old 01-09-2015, 01:44 PM
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Re: What is the mopar part # for the 2014-2015 bi-xenon HIDs with LED DRLs

It's a lengthy read, but there's tons of info and answers within this thread:

2014 Jeep OEM Projected headlight to OEM HID headlight
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Re: What is the mopar part # for the 2014-2015 bi-xenon HIDs with LED DRLs

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Thank you the prompt response.

The SRT lights looks awesome but they have the adaptive functionality so I assume that is off the table.

So I assume we would want non adaptive.

Anyway, the jeep is for my wife and I drive a Raptor. The Raptor community is pretty BIG and I know a guy there that may be able to source these lights for cheaper. I just shot him an email. Perhaps he can get his hand on these lights and perhaps he will do a group buy for me.

I will report back.

And this is what I drive ...

Badass truck man!!

I am all about the group buy if you can get it going. I sure we could have quite a few people signed up.
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Re: What is the mopar part # for the 2014-2015 bi-xenon HIDs with LED DRLs

I just finished reading this long thread and it was pretty much useless. Lots of talk about making a wiring harness but I guess they gave up. I feel sorry for all the guys who purchased the oem HIDs/leds but a harness was never developed.

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It's a lengthy read, but there's tons of info and answers within this thread:

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I just finished reading this long thread and it was pretty much useless. Lots of talk about making a wiring harness but I guess they gave up. I feel sorry for all the guys who purchased the oem HIDs/leds but a harness was never developed.
Sorry for wasting your time then.

I'm pretty sure they do answer the question within that thread about your discussion over the adaptive headlights and how they will/won't function based on trim level...or not.

But I do agree about everyone that's been waiting for so long for that harness. It seems like it's taken a really long time while people have been put on the back burner. But that's how it goes with trying to problem solve sometimes.

I just went a different route and got some custom halogen housings upgraded to bi-xenon projectors/lens for mine with a plug and play harness that'll be easy to swap in. The struggle with trying to add the OEM bi-xenon w/ the LEDS seemed like a huge headache.
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Re: What is the mopar part # for the 2014-2015 bi-xenon HIDs with LED DRLs

No worries. I am sure this is what we want as adaptive headlights will not work anyway:

68111000AC - Headlamp assy XENON, w/o adaptive headlam Right
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Sorry for wasting your time then.

I'm pretty sure they do answer the question within that thread about your discussion over the adaptive headlights and how they will/won't function based on trim level...or not.

Just trying to help.
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Re: What is the mopar part # for the 2014-2015 bi-xenon HIDs with LED DRLs

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No worries. I am sure this is what we want as adaptive headlights will not work anyway:

68111000AC - Headlamp assy XENON, w/o adaptive headlam Right
68111001AC - Headlamp assy XENON, w/o adaptive headlam Left
Just got off the phone with a few salvage yards around the country and I am finding 2014 JGC Overland headlight assemblies with ballast and bulbs for around $500.

Is anyone finding better pricing than that?
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Re: What is the mopar part # for the 2014-2015 bi-xenon HIDs with LED DRLs

That is a long thread and the parts about AFS are easy to miss. When doing the retrofit, the AFS headlights are just fine to use. Several people have used the SRT lights, including myself. The AFS function does not work with the retrofit, neither does the auto leveling. Those functions require additional sensors and wiring which are not part of the retrofit harness.

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Re: What is the mopar part # for the 2014-2015 bi-xenon HIDs with LED DRLs

I am curious. Most headlights allow for a manual adjustment. I assume the AFS headlights do not as they have a motor/mechanism for auto leveling. In other words if you use the AFS lights, how would you manually adjust them slightly up or down? I hope my question makes sense.

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That is a long thread and the parts about AFS are easy to miss. When doing the retrofit, the AFS headlights are just fine to use. Several people have used the SRT lights, including myself. The AFS function does not work with the retrofit, neither does the auto leveling. Those functions require additional sensors and wiring which are not part of the retrofit harness.
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I am curious. Most headlights allow for a manual adjustment. I assume the AFS headlights do not as they have a motor/mechanism for auto leveling. In other words if you use the AFS lights, how would you manually adjust them slightly up or down? I hope my question makes sense.
First of all, all of the HID headlights have auto leveling, not just the AFS versions. It just doesn't work with the retrofit harness. All of the headlight assemblies have an adjustment screw for height adjustment. I should have some pics on my pc. I'll try to post them tonight when I get home.
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Re: What is the mopar part # for the 2014-2015 bi-xenon HIDs with LED DRLs

Awesome! Thank you!

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First of all, all of the HID headlights have auto leveling, not just the AFS versions. It just doesn't work with the retrofit harness. All of the headlight assemblies have an adjustment screw for height adjustment. I should have some pics on my pc. I'll try to post them tonight when I get home.
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I am curious. Most headlights allow for a manual adjustment. I assume the AFS headlights do not as they have a motor/mechanism for auto leveling. In other words if you use the AFS lights, how would you manually adjust them slightly up or down? I hope my question makes sense.
The have adjustment screws for pitch and yaw.
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