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2007-2017 JEEP Wrangler Package

The 2007-2017 Jeep Wranglers all use the same dual beam H13 bulbs for the Low Beams and High Beams. The only exception would be certain 2017 models which equip factory LED headlamps already. 2010-2017 Fog Lights uses a PSX24W bulb. 2007-2009 Fog lights use an H10 bulb.

 

The newer Jeep Wranglers are known for being the most finicky in headlight conversion. In 2018 Go Performance finally offers a reliable solution to fix all the issues of all Wranglers.

 

The PWM (Pulse Width Module) technology is used in the newer Wanglers to increase bulb-life and reduce fuel consumption by sending a pulse of alternating voltages to the headlight bulb, as opposed to a stable 12V. An LED bulb requires constant power and will flicker very fast if installed in a vehicle with a PWM headlight system. Therefore, the anti-flicker harness is required to ensure that your headlights don’t flicker, and eliminate “lamp-out” error codes.

 

The high beam filament of the headlight function as the day-time running lights (DRL). In the DRL mode, the PWM sends a wider width of the pulse to the headlight, resulting in a lower average voltage, thus a dimmed light. We have reported cases of 2013-2017 Jeep Wrangler has below 6V average voltage, causing the headlight to flicker at DRL mode. Our newly developed Low Voltage Driver is designed to boost the voltage higher to an operational level to stop the flicker at DRL mode.  Please see details of How the Low Voltage Driver Works.