Thanks for the help.
Now, is it an easy straight forward job to replace or do I need professional help?
You need a torx 15 screwdriver (almost positive on the size). You remove the 3 torx bolts on the chrome beauty ring around the headlight. Then there was a few more torx bolts holding the headlight in. After that its just a matter of unplugging the wiring harness on the back of the bulb (open hood for this) and reversing the process.
2004 Black Rubicon w/ 5 spd
RE 3.5 SuperFlex & Front Trackbar / JKS 1.25" BL & MML / 35x12.5 MTRs on 15x8 AR-23s / Currie Anti-Rock / Jeeperman Bumpers / Rokmen Sliders / York OBA / Harbor Freight 8k Winch
I agree with Polaris on the Silverstars. Just replaced mine and they look and project much better than I expected for only $24 a peice! Probably the best mod-for-the-money I've spent yet. Besides the custom hand throttle that was only $2
If you don't have low beam on only one side even with new bulbs, I'd suspect the wiring, probably right at the plug, is broken or loose. Try wiggling the wires around at the plug. You might end up needing to replace the plug.
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13 mpg - edit: 12 mpg
No hi-lift on the hood (yet)
Still can't get it to take off from a treadmill....
I have the same issue with my 02 Sahara and replacing the bulb didn't fix it. Any suggestions?
Go and get another headlight, I blew one last summer and two bulbs later I had a good one. I even tried plugging it in to the other side thinking something had happened to my wire plug while doing the change.
Use the Silverstars they are a great improvement over the factory bulbs.
2006 LJ Rubicon 6 speed: Currie arms, Currie Track Bars (They don't hit either), Nth tuck, Nth Springs and oil pan skid, JKS mml, bml, Antirock.