Real HIDS.....I HAD THEM
Reason I took them out was this.
I had a pair of real 9006 plug and play (from a kit). From my dodge charger.
I put them into the Commander, but I then realised, if I was to unlock the doors and you had the (headlight) on feature, and I would start the truck, the (reset) for the lights (as they go out to give me starting power), would cause the HIDS to go out, and then they would not start as the Jeep need to reset the fuse. (which could mean no headlights for 10-20 minutes) which means time to turn on the fog lights to drive home at night if you have them ..
The jeep has an auto resetting fuse, and this was a issue
. I use to get in and say to myself (start the car, and then turn on the lights), after I disabled the auto on feature!!!
Then down the road I paid a guy for a wireing harness thing, which was supposed to give the HID unit the extra power to start up, as the unit I have needs a 14.2 voltage to start. At home on the floot with my DC unit the lights work on off, on off, flawlessly.
In the Jeep the volatage is around, 13.4 (battery voltage prior to start up) and the stock Alt give out about 14.2. So when the truck is running the HID have the start power, but with the truck off, of even with this resisteor add on unit, it was still an Issue.
I felt like the man, with the only HID Commander I had seen around, but the issues seemed to outweight the pros of having the HID units, so I switched back to Silverstars.
If you have a Grand Cherokee, etc and wanna try out the HID unit Im not using, Ill send all the goddies which cost me over 400 to you, and if it works out for you, send me 200 back. The harness alone was 150.