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post #16 of 23 Old 02-28-2017, 05:51 PM
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Hey im having the same issue, what did you end up doing?

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post #17 of 23 Old 03-01-2017, 02:27 PM
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Sadly 2004 model that I have didn't come with prewired harness , It's going to be too involved to hook up like factory because multiple electronic parts are missing. so i'm probably just wire to headlights .

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The pictures are gone. OP, can we get them back?

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The pictures are gone. OP, can we get them back?
if you posted pictures using photobucket as a hosting site they changed their policy now charging $399 a year for the option to be able to share your pictures on forums and webpages
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very nice write up.
I have problem,how can i confirm this guide can use on new year car?
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very nice write-up.
I have a problem, how can I confirm this guide can use on new year car?
this guide is mainly for WKs from 2005-2010. if you have a newer model, it will probably be different considering the more technology being put into WK2's
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post #23 of 23 Old 12-15-2020, 11:12 AM
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Wk 2009 Cherokee Foglight install

Hi there, am undertaking this task now. Anyway you can share your photos again? They seem to have been removed or timed out from the thread. Mine's a 2009, with the foglight housings integrated in the lower facia rather than the bumper. I think I may need to remove the facia to access the blanks. Any direction you can provide is most appreciated (particularly the lower facia removal, which I believe is 7 clips but am unsure.), many thanks
PS - this was likely a better task for the summer, as it is snowing here today...

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Here are the pictures from my 2008 foglight install.

All other parts are the same as above.

4. Remove the 3 screws (marked in red) in the steering column trim with the T20 Torx Screw Driver and remove the trim from the steering column - you have to pull the wheel out as far as you can to get the 3rd screw.

5. Remove the 1 (marked in red) cross head screw to remove the multi-function switch


Remove the 2 sets of cables


8. Remove bumper lower fascia

It's held in place with 7 1/4 turn clips (marked in red)

With fish hook clips under each light


Blanking covers can now be removed and light fitted as per the above instructions. The fascia can now be put back by loacating it on the front of the bumper, clipping the fish hooks under the lights and then putting the 7 twist clips back in place.

Here is what it looks like after.


Thanks again for the instructions above mjonesjr.
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