Sounds like a HID retro is the ticket. Maybe try different bulbs?
If the 2014s come with the H11 bulbs. Try the H9 conversion. I did it and the light output is night and day!
Your eyeballs were 40-50 years younger!I must have bright headlights. How did I ever drive in the 60's and 70's with "sealed beam" headlights?
The short answer is NO.These bulbs will easily replace the ones in the 2014 overloads or any jeep with the lux 2 package?
I can vouch for the ZXE's as well I used them before I did bixenon upgrade and they where better than the standard halogens. After I installed the ZXE's I stopped using the headlights and the foglights to drive at night.I have been very happy with my Sylvania ZXE (H11). My first original pair lasted over a year, just ordered a second pair from Amazon. Didn't find them at any store though, had to order from Amazon. Not HID but very bright and white. Their "Ultra" model put up more light but not as white. You guys talk about HID's like it's a simple swap.
Any answer on this? I would love to swap the headlights out in the near future.I'd like to know if the HIDs from the lux II, overland and summit models will plug and play with Laredo and base limited. It looks like the physical dimensions would match.