I've cut the price on these by $20 to $49.99 to clear out existing inventory. I will restock with lights using Cree parts rather than the current unbranded ones. There have been problems with the red versions of these lights, but no reported problems with these. If you do encounter issues, I'll support them like any other light set.
The most difficult part of the install is getting the flasher relay installed due to it being under the steering column.
The second most difficult part of the install can be getting the lamps back in their sockets - the rubber may be misshapen from two decades of stock-bulb heat.
Plastic may become more brittle when it is cold. If it's below freezing, consider waiting for a warmer day to install.
- This light set fits the 1997-2001 Jeep Cherokee XJ
- 4x Front Turn Signal LEDs (3157, Switchback / Dual-Mode)
- 2x Rear Turn Signal LEDs (3156, Single-Mode)
- 2x Front Marker LEDs (T10, Front Fender)
- LED Flasher Relay
- Light Set Color: All LEDs are bright, vivid Amber
- Plug and Play - No Soldering Needed
- Works in Jeeps with and without 4-pin trailer wiring installed *(see notes)
- Does not work in Jeeps with 7-pin trailer wiring or may have odd behavior, like brake lights flashing with turn-signals or similar oddities.
This light set is recommended for someone that is determined to go Full-LED. It is largely a cosmetic improvement that gives brighter, more vivid amber light output. The biggest functional improvement is that power consumption of hazard lights is reduced to approximately 25% of stock. Theoretically, it should take 4x times as long as stock bulbs to exhaust a battery.
1. In our testing, this set is compatible with and without a 4-pin trailer harness installed and with or without trailer lamps plugged in.
2. This set is tested to work only as a set. It has tested to work with .
3. When using with 4-pin incandescent trailer lamps, the trailer lamps may appear very dim. We believe this is due to the LED lights in the Jeep being so bright by comparison. Unfortunately, we have limited access to test trailers - basically, just what the U-Haul guy let us hook up to. :-)
4. If any lamps seem nearly impossible to reinstall in their sockets, trim some of the misshapen rubber/plastic with household scissors. This stuff is likely melted out of shape after two decades of use. This should make sense if you face this problem.
5. The only type of flasher module that we've found to work with a trailer lamp harness are the over-sized cheap ones commonly sold on eBay and Amazon.