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Ok, like most of us with CJ's, I simply can't see where I'm going at night due to the crappy headlight output. It's actually getting quite dangerous this time of year due to shorter daylight hours.
Because of my total lack of electrical knowledge I need something plug and play
Found these on Amazon:
7 Inch LED Round Headlight Conversion for Jeep CJ CJ5 CJ7 Tractor Trailer Truck 150W 6000K Hi/Lo Beam Led Headlamp 1 Pair https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074GNZ54H/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_KAbdCb5BJB163
Any advice on whether these would work or not would most certainly be appreciated!
 

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Thanks guys for the feedback. I so appreciate you help and wisdom!馃槝
I think I'm starting to wrap my head around this... almost.
What does H4 mean?
These are the headlights I have now.
SYLVANIA H6024 XtraVision Halogen Sealed Beam Headlight (7" Round) PAR56, (Contains 1 Bulb) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000C18Q44/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_QEidCbYK0PWDS
Will a relay harness work with these existing headlights?
 

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From my research so far I've heard people either get the Hella relays or some cheap Chinese brand. Sounds like a crapshoot as to what you actually end up receiving.
 

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No apologies necessary. I too couldn't figure out how to delete photos so this information is helpful.
As far as the harness goes, I knew it was a crapshoot before purchasing as to which I'd actually receive. I can always send it back and go with the one recommended by Matt if needed.
 

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Ok boys, these came today from Amazon for $35. They look pretty legit to me.
 

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Dual High Low Beam Headlight Relay Wiring Harness H4/9003 With High Heat Ceramic Plugs https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00H5JFHR0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_DrNeCb5TGW45Z

Make sure you get the one sold by USA DEALS STORE and fulfilled by Amazon. Don't go to "other sellers" as they may be sending different harnesses. That may be why some people are receiving different items.
 

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You can also go the added distance and install a set of driving lights. I run a set of old Bosch rectangular's on the front bumper of the F350 (which has THE poorest headlights in history). They are relayed into the high beam circuit and upgraded with 100W bulbs. While not used with the lows, they are a big improvement on the open road. They not only light up the night, but are independently adjustable, allowing me to rotate the passenger side out off the road a bit, which helps me spot those pesky deer at night.
I really like the idea of adding some driving lights. The more light the better!
My front bumper has a couple mounting spots just itching for them. First things first though.... installing the relay harness to my headlights. Once I figure out how that all works I'll probably end up putting
lights all over this Jeep!
 
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