The day I sold my 2004 and bought my 2008 I was so happy as I thought never again do I have to break those clips pulling the whole cluster out to change a headlight bulb. The 2008 was a dream, you could see what you were doing, there was plenty of space to work in, remove the back cover, unclip the pigtail, twist, replace.... done.
Oh then I wanted to upgrade the stock bulbs on my '14 to Sylvania Silverstars (debated for 2 weeks if I should go HIDS in the Limited projectors), little did I know what I was in for.
To start with the 'access cover' in the wheel well is only that in name, there is still very limited access to the back of the projector, then blind and with a nearly dislocated wrist you have to some how get enough torque to twist off the back of the projector, then again blind, untwist the blub..... and that was the easy part. The replacement is much worse, trying to locate the bulb past a piece of frame (that cuts in to your wrist as you work), through the other cables in the area, in to the back of the projector and in to the bulb housing while trying not to touch the bulb and of course all blind as seeing what you were doing would make it all too easy. Then you have to do the same thing to get the back of the projector on, never really knowing if you have turned either enough to get it to lock in place or if it will fall out next time you go over a bump.
Well congratulations Mr Jeep headlight designer, you have taken an easy task and made it the hardest thing I have done on a jeep in a good few years. I hope I never have to change one on the road in the rain