Headlight HID Projector Revision 2.0 Signature 7" With Black Housing Pair Jeep Wrangler JK 2007-2018

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HLA152
MSRP $899.99
$710.49
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Pair of 7" Revision 2.0 Signature HID Projector Headlights with Black Housings for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 Jeep JK Wranglers.

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Complete Headlight Kit Includes:
- Pair of two (2) Revision 2.0 Signature 7" HID projector headlights for 2007-2018 JK Wranglers
- Sleek black shrouds and black housings
- Premium 6000k bulbs feature white halos and alternating white angel eyes and red devil eyes
- 35W HIDprojectors ballasts with high/low beam functionality
- Wiring harness for simple plug-and-play installation

*Devil eyes are LED accents that are installed behind the projector lens, shining a bright LED to fill the reflector bowl, and illuminate the lens.
*The halo rings now feature switchback functionality. The rings will illuminate white and blink amber if connected to the turn signal wiring.

You'll absolutely love this premium-quality pair of two (2) new projector headlights for your Jeep! Each brand-new headlight features black housings and shrouds with superior aircraft-grade polycarbonate lenses. They have modern and sleek white halos with alternating white angel eyes and red devil eyes for a unique look and feel for your Wrangler's exterior. Hurry up and snag yours now from CJ's!

Please Note: With HIDs, a small amount of condensation inside the light can occur and should clear up as soon as the light cools down. This will not affect the normal operation of the light and is not considered to be a defect or warrant-able condition. Intended for off-road use only.

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Installation Difficulty

Easy
Easy

Novice skill is required for this installation.

Installation Videos

Video Transcript

We just installed a set of HID Projector headlights into my 2012 Jeep Wrangler. We're gonna show you how to do it.

If you're looking to add a custom touch to the front end of your JK and increase your light output, today we're gonna be installing this set of HID Projectors Vision 2.0 Signature Series Lights in our 2012 Jeep Wrangler.

These HID Projectors feature a 35 watt ballast with a much clear cut off line than the factory lights or an LED option. They feature three separate halos with a daytime running light feature and an amber turn signal marker on them. They have a red demon eye in the center and this kit includes all the necessary wiring to get it installed. With that being said, we're gonna get it installed on my 2012 Jeep Wrangler.

Tools needed for this installation. Flathead screwdriver, T15 Torx bit, quarter inch ratchet, 10 millimeter deep socket, pair of snips, pair of crimpers and a set of wire strippers.

The first step is to pop your hood. We're gonna remove the grill and the headlights that are in our Jeep. Before you remove your grill, be sure to turn the turn signal bulb counterclockwise, pull it right out towards the back. Repeat the same process on the other side.

We did loosen up the winch bolts on the bottom to lean it forward a little bit, we'll pull our grill out towards us and pull it straight up and out of the way. Grab a T15 Torx bit and remove the four bolts that retain your headlight retention ring. I'm going to disconnect it. If you do have any sort of anti-flicker now would be a good time to pull that out too. To remove the bulb, simply push up on the red tab then put down on the green and it'll slide right out.

The first step is to install the power distribution block. This is going to go to the battery. I'm gonna tuck this up nice and clean behind here, this positive up to the battery. Run this up nice and tight, we're gonna connect that to the positive terminal. You can just leave it here loosely until the very end. Tuck this down right next to the fuse box here. There is a hole on here you can permanently mount it. I'm just gonna choose to tuck it down somewhere around here. Plug the H4 to H13 adaptor, this is going to go into your factory harness, it'll clip right in. Slide the ground over, reinstall the bolt. We're probably gonna be using the stud for a few more grounds, so I'm only gonna get this snugged up, just so it's touching.

The longer cord is going to go across, we're actually gonna run it up along the top of the radiator support here. It's going to have a nice loomed area, I'm gonna tuck it behind there, use a few zip ties, get it over the driver's side and then get our lines over to the driver's side.

It's time to put the headlight in. As you notice on the back of the projector there is up with an arrow. Obviously, that's going to face up. Turn the light around and we've unclipped all the ballasts off the back. They are marked with different colors, put that through the bucket, pull them out through the other side, put the trim ring back into place, go ahead and reinstall the screws for the retention ring. We're just gonna get them snugged up. You'll have to go back and modify this a little bit, maybe make a few tweaks. That way the cut off line on the HID is correct.

The next step of this installation is the wiring. You're going to wire up the ballast for the HID projector as well as all three of these ballasts for the angel eyes as well as the demon eyes onto the back of the headlight.

There are a bunch of options that you can do for this and it varies state by state what you wanna wire up. If you choose to, you can wire everything up to a switch that we can completely control it from inside the cab. In our case, what we're going to do is tap into the turn signal, wire it up as a daytime running light. That way, the entire headlight will shift to amber when we go to turn on that side.

As far as the front angel eyes as well as the halo goes, the wiring is gonna go as follows. Black wire is going to be your ground, the red wire is going to get the bright white feature, yellow wire is going to be your amber turn signal and a white wire is going to be a more dim white. You can use this as a reference when you're wiring these up.

We're going to connect the HID lighting ballast. Plug this into this connection here that you already ran. Then we're gonna put this blue wire back onto the ground, but first, we can connect the wiring off of this end.

The next step is going to be to plug the ballast into the back of your bulb. Plug this male end into the red line and then grab the light blue line and plug the male end into this female right here. Like I said before, we're gonna ground out this blue wire on that post right here. Grab your ten mil and loosen it up. Make sure you keep that ground on that you already put on before, slide it over, and put that nut back over top.

In our application, we're actually gonna wire it up directly to this front turn signal lens. This will allow us to have some daytime running lights as well as the blinker light. I'm gonna go inside the Jeep and check which wire controls what. There's going to be a constant, a turn signal light as well as a ground, I'm gonna go inside and figure it out.

The white wire with the brown stripe's going to be a running light, the white with a pink stripe is going to be your turn signal light. What we're going to do is cut three inches back from the connection and grab a hold of all of our ballast wires and run them in the series we'd like.

I'm gonna go ahead and put the bright white to the running light, the amber to the yellow wire and then the ground to the ground and we'll make all of them function with the turn signal. Once again, this is just one way to do it and we'll show you how.

In our application, we're actually gonna cut off the male butt connectors that are already on here. We're gonna get the ends stripped off and use the ones we need. Go ahead and strip the wires back. We're gonna use the red wire for the daytime running light. This is the brighter of the two white options. If you were to use the white wire, it would be a little bit more dim, however, I just like it brighter.

We're gonna connect the three red wires that we have stripped to the white wire with the brown stripe. This is gonna be on the body side of the connection. We're gonna use the waterproof butt connector to get this finished up.

Connect the three yellow wires together with the white and the pink stripe. This is gonna be the body side of the connection. This will control your turn signals inside the headlight.

Hook up all three grounds to the grounds on the body side of the connection. This is gonna ground up the headlight and allow all the functions to work.

Grab the factory turn signal connection. You're gonna connect the corresponding wires. The black is gonna go with the ground, the white with the pink wire to the white with the pink wire and then white with the brown wire to the white with the brown wire.

Put it in the connection, then we'll heat shrink it down. Go ahead and heat shrink them down. I do recommend that you use the heat shrink butt connector as they're really nice and plus they'll be water resistant, in case you're out on the trail or you get some water back behind there.

Once you have all the connections made, probably on of the most difficult parts is to run the wiring when you get it tucked up nicely. I ran it through and used a few zip ties and also zip tied it around the factory harness, made it a nice clean install. After you're done with this side, repeat the exact same process on the other side. You do have a little less room because there is the windshield washer fluid over there, however, you can get it done.

I'm inside the Jeep and I'll show you guys exactly how these function. If I turn on the running lights you can see that all three rings turn on as well as my front marker and turn signal bolts and then I'll go for the full HID. Then we'll turn it on to the low beam headlight. It's pretty hard to see with the daytime running lights on, but if you look at the wall there is a nice clear, crisp line. I'll show you the high beams then probably one of the best features is that I have it tapped into the turn signal. I'll show you the left turn signal, then we'll go to the right. Now here's what the four ways look like.

As you can see, these lights have a ton of built in features. They only take about three hours to get them installed and they include all the wiring necessary to plug and play any way you'd like. You can find them here as well as many other great parts for your JK at CJPonyParts.com.

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