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Raxiom Axial Series 7-Inch LED Headlights with RGB Halo; Black Housing; Clear Lens (97-18 Jeep Wrangler TJ & JK)

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      Merideth: So, if you're not happy with the lighting performance or even the styling of your factory headlights, these Axial 7-inch LED Headlights with the RGB Halo, Black Housing, and a Clear Lens will be a great addition to your 1997 to 2018 TJ or JK Wrangler. Now, whether your factory headlights have seen better days and you need to refresh the housing, or you just want a more modernized look to the front end of the Wrangler, this set of headlights will definitely accomplish that. Now, these will also significantly increase your lighting performance, with LEDs inside, and offer some additional styling, with the RGB halo that you'll be able to customize to whatever look you want, whenever you want to, with the app that you can download onto your smartphone.Now, these headlights will feature a black housing and a clear polycarbonate lens, to offer a stealthier look than other choices, while being very durable, and able to withstand any lighter hits from any kick-up, or even branches on the trail. Now, speaking of durability, this set will also come with an IP67 water and dustproof rating, for optimal protection for the LEDs inside. This will also include high-intensity white OSRAM LEDs, which will increase that light output, especially paired with those projector lenses on the inside, creating a more uniform beam pattern, for better visibility and a more modernized appearance.Not to mention, these will include a multicolor RGB halo, where you can switch the color and/or the function on the fly, including strobing and pulsating modes. And that's all controlled in a Bluetooth app that you can download onto your smartphone. Not to mention, these also will be DOT and SAE certified, for a little bit of extra peace of mind there. When it comes to price, these will be at a pretty average price point, at around $250 for the set. Now, when compared to other choices in the category, again, these will offer a little bit more, with the halo's ColorSHIFT features, while also including the projector lenses there, for great lighting performance.Now, others on the page may be styled a little bit differently, they may have a different bulb type, like an HID, or they may have turn signal functions, in comparison to this option, that just has the ColorSHIFT Halo. Now, I think if you're a fan of the classic aftermarket style, but you want a little bit more, and be able to customize your light to your personal preference, then this is a great way to do it. Now, install will be a pretty easy one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about an hour to get these installed with some basic hand tools. I would like to point out that there is a little bit of wiring, but I am still gonna keep it at a one out of three wrenches. So, it is pretty straightforward. Now, at this point, we can head over to the shop and check out a detailed breakdown of the install. That's gonna wrap it up for me. Let's go ahead and get into it.Man: For this install, you're going to need a trim removal tool, pair of wire cutters, pair of wire strippers, and crimpers, Phillips head screwdriver, a few T joints, and a few male and quick-disconnect crimp connectors.All right. So, today we're gonna be installing a set of LED headlights on a 2014 Jeep Wrangler. Okay. So, our first step is we're gonna remove the front grille. And to do that, we're gonna remove six push clips with our trim removal tool. So, we're gonna slide the trim removal tool underneath, kind of wiggle, and pry up. Be careful not to bend the head or rip the head off. Once they're up, you should be able to pull it out just like that. You can do these guys all across the top. Sometimes they might come apart in two pieces. Just use that trim removal tool and pull the second half out too. Sometimes you might have to come at them at a different angle. And the last one down.Okay. So, now that we have those push clips out of the top of this grille, we can grab it firmly from the bottom, give it a nice pull, and these retention clips are gonna pop out of the rad support, just like that. Don't walk away with it, because there's plugs connected to these lights, you're gonna have to take off. Now we can get access to the turn signal here behind the grille. There's this clip here. I'm gonna push this back. This is a lock. So, once that's pushed back, we can push the tab down at the end, and pull it right off. And then we're gonna go ahead and repeat this exact process on the other side.Now that we have access to these four screws holding the trim ring over the headlight, we can take our Phillips head screwdriver and go ahead and pull them out. Third one is underneath here. Make sure you're holding the headlight, because it'll fall out once you have these screws out here.And remove the trim ring. Headlight should be able to come out of its socket. And we have a plug back here, the same style, with that red safety clip. Push it back. Push the tab down. Should be able to pull it right off the headlight. And then we'll go ahead and repeat the exact process on the other side.So, now that we have the factory headlight uninstalled, we're gonna go ahead and install the RGB controller, and do a little bit of wiring before we actually put the new headlight in its place. So, this RGB controller that's included with the headlight kit has a lot of wires, and it can be a little intimidating. So, I find that sometimes it's a lot easier to manage a lot of wires like this if we lay them out and kind of spread them where they need to go, so you can work on one wire at a time rather than having a jumbled mess. So, I put the controller up here in the engine, and we can kind of pull the wires apart separately, and put them where they go. So, one of the easiest ones to do is your ground wire, black wire. And I already have put a male quick connector on the end of this. These can go in and be pulled apart with a female end that you attach to one of these wires. Just for this vehicle, I have one already installed on here, as well as T joints on the factory body harness.Now, these quick-disconnect pieces are not included with the kit. So you'll have to get your own one of these. So, what we can go ahead and do is take your ground wire, we're gonna lay it off to the side here, and we're gonna grab the next wire. Yellow is your passenger-side turn signal wire. Same with the ground wire. It has an end on it. But this one actually came with the kit. This will come pre-installed. This is the female end. That's what that looks like. So, we know this is our passenger-side wire. I'm gonna drape it over here, separate from the ground wire. Now, our white wire is for our halos. So, this is actually going to tap in to the high beam wire on the factory harness. And I went ahead and put a connector on that. The blue wire is our driver-side turn signal. And this, just like the yellow wire, came with a female end on it in the kit. So, we're just gonna drape it over the other side. And then this red wire is our fused power wire. So, you're gonna wanna attach this to something that has switched power to it. There is a fuse inside here. And I did put one of these connectors on. So, what we're going to do is put this on the switched power for the driving light, which is on the passenger side, the white wire with the brown stripe down the side, right there.So, what we can go ahead and do is start plugging all this in. So, we have to be mindful, when you have all these wires out, they will need to be fished down behind the grille or in through the headlight socket. So, you want to make sure that no wires are gonna be exposed or going to be in places where you can get moisture. Everything should be tucked up into the bay. So, to start, we're gonna take our fused power wire, and we're gonna fish it by the power steering fluid reservoir, down behind the headlight socket. And be careful with that fuse block there. And we're actually gonna go down past the headlight socket, because we're connecting this to the body light, which is also the turn signal on the front grille. So, we're gonna get this fished down behind the headlight socket, just like that. And then this guy is going to plug into our T connector that we have already installed onto the white and brown wire, like I said earlier.What we can do is just push that in, and that's good to go. And of course, you're gonna have a lot of wires dangling all around here. But it's always best once you're done an install to get some zip ties or some heat shrink or something like that, and secure everything, so nothing can move around, nothing will get caught in the wheel with the open fender right there.Next, I'm gonna take our turn signal wire. That's our yellow one here. And that already has that female connector. We're gonna do the same thing and fish it down. And this is also gonna follow that red wire, down behind the headlight socket, and on to that turn signal harness. Now, we did already have a wire spliced into here with a male end, so just kind of slide that onto there, onto the turn signal wire, which is the red and white wire. And then slide our insulation back over.Next, we have the ground. It's the black wire. Gonna slide that into the headlight socket, because we're tapping that right on the ground wire coming out of the headlight plug, also a black wire. Slide that into T connector that we already have there. And last, we just have the halo wire, that taps into the high beams. So, we're gonna fish this down just the same way, down into the headlight socket. And the high beam wire is the one on the far left of the plug on the passenger side. It is white and gray. So, we can slip that into the T connector, like so. Can kind of try to manage some of these cables in here a little bit so it's not such a mess.I would suggest pulling them all the way through, out of the engine bay, and tying them up down by the fender, rather than having a mess of wires up on top. Or, you can trim them to length if you'd like. That's always totally cool too. Now, one of the last things we need to do, on the other end of the RGB controller, we have this wire that plugs into the harness on the back of the headlight we're gonna be installing. So, what I'm gonna do is fish that the same way, down through this hole. We're just gonna leave that hang, just like that out of there. And now, we're ready to install our headlight.So, now that we have our headlight ready to go in, I went ahead and attached the two harness adapters that were included in the kit to the back of the headlight harness. And that is that LED CAN bus module. This will keep your turn signal from flashing too fast, and then just the adapter from the back of that, that goes into the factory-style plug. The first thing you're gonna do is take that round plug we talked about. We already have this fished. There is a key in here. It can only go in one way. So, if you find that key, just kind of spin it around till it drops in. Looks like it's right there. Push. Does have a little O-ring that needs to compress, to keep the moisture out of there. Then you have this collar, that is threaded. So, what we're gonna go ahead and do is thread that on, to keep that wire nice and secure. And I'm just gonna set the headlight down on the bumper, and make sure it doesn't go rolling away. And we can go ahead and plug in, plug to the factory harness, and then slide that red retention clip down.So, now that we have all this, there's a lot of wires in that hole. And what we're gonna do, try to manage the cables a little bit before we just start shoving things in there. Get everything sitting nice and pretty. What we can do is feed this in the hole. Careful not to bend the wires very harshly, because you don't want to get a break in the wire inside the insulation. Now we've got that sitting there, and you wanna make sure you have the headlight orientated correctly. The thing can slide in, just like that. Might be a little bit of a process. And if you have this the correct way, you should be able to read the text that's embossed in the lens at the top, and the smaller of the projector lenses should be on top. There's also these alignment keys that'll need to drop into the housing. Once you have that sitting there, it's time to go ahead and grab your trim ring. Make sure that's the right direction as well, and slip it over, just like so. Everything's lined up. We can go ahead and get a screw started with our fingers, just to hold it there.Go ahead and install those four screws. They are Phillips head. There's one. Probably will have to hold the light in place until you get most of these screws in. Get that started, just like that. There's two. And the light should definitely stay now. Then there's two on the bottom. One all the way down here, and one on the other side. Now that we have all these wires run, and connected to the headlight, so, now that we've got everything wired to the headlight, you still have this mess of wires up here. So this would be a great time to roll it up, fold it, put a zip tie on it, tuck it nice and hidden, so it doesn't get any moisture into it or doesn't get cut by anything in the engine bay.And then you're gonna wanna mount this RGB controller somewhere central on the radiator. So, somewhere up in here. Just because we're filming today, I'm not going to secure it, but you could either self-tap, use a self-tap screw through one of these wings on the side, or zip-tie it somewhere in the middle, because we still have a turn signal wire and plug for the RGB controller for the other headlight. So, once you have your cables managed, what you can go ahead and do, before you mount this, is scan this QR code that's on the back of this, to download the app to control the RGBs. And then feel free to secure that wherever you'd like. Now that the passenger-side headlight is installed, you can go ahead and repeat the same process on the driver side, except you'll notice this RGB controller only has these wires coming out of one side. That's because you only needed to wire these in onto one side of the vehicle. So, on the driver side, all you need to do is just tap into that turn signal with the blue wire, and connect the RGB plug to the headlight harness.So, now that our headlights are installed, we can go ahead and put the grille back on. And don't forget to plug in your turn signals. Go ahead and plug in those turn signals. Using a little bit of force to get them to click in, and then drop that safety tab down, and then repeat the same process for the other side. Next, we can go ahead, line up our grille on the top, and push those connectors in at the bottom till they snap into place like that. Now that our grille is in place, we can go ahead and install the six push clips all the way across the top.Okay. So, once you've downloaded the app, you can go in here and modify a couple things. We can change between few different colors, right here on the home screen. And just regular white for running lights. You could also change the intensity of the light on this cool slider. And if you go down here to the model page, there's all sorts of different settings, like an auto-cycle color changing setting. Something for car shows. It'll cycle through a couple cool patterns. Your jumping modes, in all sorts of different colors, and then blend the colors together and do all sorts of other cool cycle and gradient modes. Some rainbows and some flashing colors. So, just make sure that you go ahead and download that app, so you can get the full functionality of these lights.And that's that. Those were the Axial 7-Inch LED Headlights with RGB Halos, Black Housings, and Clear Lenses, for the 1997 to 2018 Jeep Wrangler TJ and JK. And remember, for all things Jeep, keep it right here at

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      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Seven-Inch Round Projector LED Headlights
      • Multi-Color RGB Halo
      • High Intensity White OSRAM LEDs
      • Clear Polycarbonate Lenses
      • 50,000 Hour Lifespan
      • IP67 Waterproof Rating
      • Plug and Play Installation
      • Sold as a Pair, Driver and Passenger Side Included
      • Fits 1997-2018 Jeep Wrangler TJ and JK Models


      Bright Function. Axial's LED Projector Headlights with multi-color halos are an excellent way to upgrade the visibility and appearance of your 1997-2018 Jeep TJ or JK. These Axial Headlights feature high output white LED lighting that will certainly be much brighter than your factory incandescent headlights.

      Exciting Style. These Headlights also feature great looking integrated multi-color accent halos that will add unique custom lighting effects to your Jeep's exterior. Lighting options include a full array of colors, as well as strobe, pulsating and a solid modes. The free App will allow you to adjust colors/modes giving you complete control via your smartphone.

      Durable Construction. Manufactured to perform in the harshest conditions, these Axial Headlights feature rugged aluminum housings with crystal clear polycarbonate lenses. Featuring 5W high intensity white OSRAM LEDs, these Axial Headlights have a 6500K color temperature with a lifespan of 50,000 hours making them ideal for off-road use. Each Headlight is epoxy sealed, with an ip67 rating, to prevent moisture from harming the state of the art electronics found inside.

      Plug and Play Installation. Axial designed their LED Headlights to be a direct plug and play replacement for your Wrangler's original factory headlights. With the included wiring harness adapters, installation can be completed in under 1 hour. It should be noted that the halo accent of the Light will require splicing into your Jeeps side marker/running lights for operation.

      Application. These 7-Inch LED Headlights with RGB Halo; Black Housing; Clear Lens are designed to fit 1997-2018 Jeep Wrangler TJ and JK models. Not intended for highway use.


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