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Unread 01-09-2014, 08:30 AM   #1
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1993-1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee (6 Piece) Headlight, Corner Light, and Parking Light Ki

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Specifications

Driver and Passenger 6 Piece Lighting Set
Includes 2 Headlights, 2 Corner Park lights and 2 turn signal lights (Uses 2-tab Socket)
Bulbs not included
Fit Guaranteed

This lighting kit will install just as your originals do. You can use your existing hardware and they will utilize your existing wiring harness.
Save time and money with direct fit. No trips to the hardware store or extra time trying to get the wiring right.
Quality

1A Auto exclusive 3 year warranty.
1A Auto has the most comprehensive warranty.
If this headlight assembly should fail to provide satisfactory performance you may exchange it at no cost to you including shipping charges.
1A Auto head lights are guaranteed to pass inspection in all 50 states.
DOT (U.S. Department of Transportation) and SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) approved.
Value

Replacing a discolored, scratched, dull or damaged headlight with a new headlight from 1A Auto can add up to 10% to your resale value.
Safety

A new headlight can provide you with up to 50% more illumination than a dull, yellowed, sandblasted, broken or scratched original.
1A Auto headlights can help you see farther at night and in poor driving conditions.
A new headlight from 1A Auto can make you more visible to other traffic during heavy rain or wintry weather.
Installation

1. The ball and sockets fit very tightly. If the installer is not careful the sockets can be broken. To prevent this take 2 precautions. First, make sure the headlight is nice and warm before installation. This gives the plastic more flexibility. You could even use a hair drier heat the three sockets. Second, apply a small amount of lubricant to the socket on the vehicle. Vaseline will work fine for this. This will allow you to put it together with less force.
2. The second problem has been remedied on our lights but there are still some manufacturers who have not corrected the problem. It was a design problem carried over from the Chrysler design. The inside of the ball and socket was open and if pushed too hard during installation the ball could be shoved all the way through the socket. This made the lights impossible to aim and they would shake during operation. To correct this, our manufacturer has filled the hole that existed in the original design.
1. Unplug the headlight bulb from the harness.
2. Give a good push from the top rear where the top ball and socket is attached. This should break away the top socket from the ball.
3. From the outside of the vehicle tilt the light forward and pull to remove.
4. In the past there have been two problems when installing these lights. 5. Install the upper ball and socket first. Once it is properly seated, line up the two lower sockets.
6. To attach the lower ball and sockets you want to put pressure on the very edge near the bottom corners of the light.
7. Once you get the light back in we recommend installing a new light bulb. Some of our lights will have bulbs but they are used for testing only. If you do use a bulb that comes with our light you should re-coat the O-ring seal on the bulb with some silicone or die-electric lubricant to ensure it is sealing well.
Installation of these Grand Cherokee headlights is rather easy when you know what to look for. This headlight does not use hardware such as screws or nuts and bolts to install. It uses 3 ball and sockets, 2 on the bottom of the light and 1 on the top corner close to the outside of the vehicle. This is very easy to understand once you get the new headlight in your hands.
Bulb Note:

These lights do not include bulbs. Occasionally lighting manufacturers do leave test bulbs in the lights. If you happen to receive a lighting product (Headlight, Tail light, Parking light, Fog light, etc.) that comes with the bulbs, the bulbs are not covered under our warranty. Our warranty applies only to the light assembly.

3 Year Warranty

This item is backed by a 3 Year Manufacturers Warranty. In the event this item should fail during intended use, we will exchange the part free of charge (excludes shipping charges) for the original purchaser. Please keep your invoice for proof of this warranty.

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