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Sylvania makes a LED bulb for the fog lights (9145). They are supposed to be a direct replacement without any modifications. I was wondering if anyone has tried them yet. There are mixed reviews on Amazon. Some people had to reverse the polarity depending on the vehicle or they flicker or dont work. I wondered if they worked as is in the Commanders.
 

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Sylvania makes a LED bulb for the fog lights (9145). They are supposed to be a direct replacement without any modifications. I was wondering if anyone has tried them yet. There are mixed reviews on Amazon. Some people had to reverse the polarity depending on the vehicle or they flicker or dont work. I wondered if they worked as is in the Commanders.
I haven't seen them before, how much are they?


 

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I run these in my Fog Lights. Had them for about 8 months now and they're great. I've been getting all my LED stuff for really anything from this company for YEARS, always great quality stuff with good pricing.
superbrightleds.com/

$60 for a pair.
They have a 10% off right now, too. "SAVE10" at checkout.

I use the same brand as my High Beams as well and equally awesome.

Also- since they are LEDs, they are polarized so you have to plug them in the right way. If they don't work, just flip the plug around :lol:
 

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I run these in my Fog Lights. Had them for about 8 months now and they're great. I've been getting all my LED stuff for really anything from this company for YEARS, always great quality stuff with good pricing.
superbrightleds.com/

$60 for a pair.
They have a 10% off right now, too. "SAVE10" at checkout.

I use the same brand as my High Beams as well and equally awesome.

Also- since they are LEDs, they are polarized so you have to plug them in the right way. If they don't work, just flip the plug around :lol:
That sounds a little more reasonable.
 

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I haven't seen them before, how much are they?


Sorry for getting back late. Yes they are expensive @ $130. From what I understand, it's illegal for LEDs to be used for headlights. Just fog lights and off road. Sylvania also makes Zenon bulbs at @ $45. I have them in my Grand Cherokee. They are whiter in color but I dont think they are any brighter.
 

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Sorry for getting back late. Yes they are expensive @ $130. From what I understand, it's illegal for LEDs to be used for headlights. Just fog lights and off road. Sylvania also makes Zenon bulbs at @ $45. I have them in my Grand Cherokee. They are whiter in color but I dont think they are any brighter.
I know traffic laws can vary from state to state - is that a Massachusetts thing?

I have LED headlights and a large number of new cars & SUV's produced today, come stock from the factory with LED headlights.
 

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I know traffic laws can vary from state to state - is that a Massachusetts thing?

I have LED headlights and a large number of new cars & SUV's produced today, come stock from the factory with LED headlights.

Actually I read it on one of the Amazon reviews. I guess you cannot believe everything you read. Maybe it only applies to aftermarket? I dont know. I also read, but not sure if its true, that the aftermarket LEDs throw more of a beam and dont reflect as much off of the headlight assemblies so you dont get as large of a viewing angle. Again, not sure how true. Thats why I was just wondering if anyone here actually used these so i didnt rely on reviews from people with all different makes and models of cars.


I also noticed you have to look at what they purchased. Amazon was grouping together reviews from all of Sylvania's fog lights.
 

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Actually I read it on one of the Amazon reviews. I guess you cannot believe everything you read. Maybe it only applies to aftermarket? I dont know. I also read, but not sure if its true, that the aftermarket LEDs throw more of a beam and dont reflect as much off of the headlight assemblies so you dont get as large of a viewing angle. Again, not sure how true. Thats why I was just wondering if anyone here actually used these so i didnt rely on reviews from people with all different makes and models of cars.


I also noticed you have to look at what they purchased. Amazon was grouping together reviews from all of Sylvania's fog lights.
That part is very true of true LED headlights. You also have to make sure you properly clock/adjust them after they're installed to maximize their light throw.

I'm calling BS on the claim that they're illegal though. As long as they are D.O.T. approved - which most will tell you that right on the packaging, you should have nothing to worry about legally.
 
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