For those that wheel at night, this might help out your terrain visibility.
Items needed for install:
*Two - 2 packs of "cateye" style light kits from Wallyworld (4 lights total). $24.99 a pair. $50 total. Kit includes wiring, toggles, a couple zip-ties, connectors, and some basic instructions.
*Basic hand tools (tape measure, box knife, drill w.3/16" metal drill bit, wire strippers, needlenose, wrenches, screwdrivers, stand-light, good tunes, etc.)
*10 or so self-tapping pan/wafer head 1/2" screws.
*A few more zip ties.
*A few small wire nuts.
*10-12 feet of 14guage wire (insulation color is up to you, just needs to be copper and conductive).
*Basic electrical know-how.
*Patience and about two hours (if you know your way around your Jeep and are staying busy).
Sorry for the filthy pictures, there's snow on the ground here, and MO is generous with the salt. You get the idea though.
Front Wheel Wells
Rear Wheel Wells - Note: Cracked lense (talked about later).
Grommet hole penetration through firewall I used. High in the front passenger floorboard. Under carpet "sub-pad".
Red operating toggles are next to shifter on the right.
I grounded each individual light and toggle switch to bare metal on the body somewhere; meaning, the only wire that I had to run and wire up throughout the entire Jeep was the positive lead. Again...negatives are all terminated to bare metal on the body. Yes, I had to scratch a tiny bit of paint off here and there to get to bare metal. That's how it goes.
All wires are fished under carpet. It was a PITA in a couple places, but it's very worth it in the end and a MUCH cleaner looking install. Don't wuss out and do a crappy job. You'll kick yourself later.
Grommet usage through the firewall is entirely up to you. Yes, I realize that I ran my wire behind the grommet instead of through it. Yes, I realize the firewall could cut the wiring eventually. However, I wrapped those sections (not well seen) with electrical tape, and it's held up for 2+ years. Not that big of a deal to me.
The lights do take a beating. I've had some gravel shrapnel nail a few of the lenses of the cateyes. All it's done is crack the lense, but they still keep out water, and function just like new. If one finally decides to break, it's easy to purchase another cheap $25 pair at Wally World.
The process and order I used to install was mount and ground all lights in wheel wells, mount toggles in console, run my positive lead off the battery through the firewall to the positive terminal on the toggles, fish under carpet and hook up all wiring to individual lights, connect to toggles, ground toggles.
Figured I'd share my cheap and easy Cherokee mod with fellow forum users. Good luck!