The whole relay aspect of this is great, definite improvement, however one thing was left out of the mod. The stock switch had a thermal system where if there was overdraw, it would drop out and then come back a few seconds later, even it it then dropped out a few seconds after that. The idea is when driving at speed and electrical bad happens, you are likely not in the dark and having to stop and not hit stuff on your own. (Test... drive at 55 in traffic on a curvy road, then close your eyes, then pull over the the shoulder and stop).
You missed my point completely. Maybe the next guy wishing to do this mod won't.
Let me try to understand your non-clearly stated point:
-The stock switch has a thermal management system in it that protects the system from too much current fly by flicking the lights off and then subsequently back on a moment later, allowing you time to get off to the side of the road.
-You are saying that without this system to protect the Jeep, if something happens with your wiring, then your headlights go out completely.
You realize most modern cars do not employ such a feature, correct? Your point is now null and voided, if you did your wiring correctly then you should have ZERO issues with current over-draw. That means using the appropriate relays, wiring, and fuses, and not running them around or near any substantial heat sources.
I highly HIGHLY recommend this modification to ANY Jeeper. Modern cars don't employ this ancient technology anymore, they all rely on relays and fuses.