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Merideth: If your factory JL headlights aren't cutting in anymore when it comes to the style and the function, this set of Raxiom Axial Series 9-Inch LED Angel Eye Headlights with the Black Housing and the Clear Lens will be a great addition to your 2018 or newer JL Wrangler.Now, not only will these offer a more modernizing unique appearance to the front end of your JL but these will also be great if you're struggling when it comes to visibility out of the front end and you want a brighter headlight to light up the road in front of you.This will feature a stealthy black housing, offering a sleek appearance on the front end and match with any other smoked or blacked-out lighting that you already have while having a clear lens to offer full transparency so you don't have to sacrifice lighting performance for that blacked-out look.Now, speaking of the lighting, again, this will feature a unique Angel Eye design with a large projector lens right in the middle of the light with smaller projectors up at the top. This will also switch it up from the standard with a dual halo around the border of the light and will have a split on either side. Now, the halo will also have the ability to blink amber for the turn signal, adding some more style and, of course, making you more noticeable on the road for safety.This will be tough with an ABS plastic housing very similar to the factory light. However, the front will have a polycarbonate lens which will be impact-resistant, standing up to kick up on or off-road very well.Now the headlights will also be fully weather-sealed so you don't have to worry about any dust or water getting into the housing potentially harming the LEDs on the inside.Now this will be a true 9-inch headlight, so it is going to have an OEM-style look and fit, especially in that grille cut-out. And it's going to be mostly plug-and-play. There is a little bit of wiring, as you can see here, for the turn signal and the halo, but it's straightforward, and we'll show you how to do that. And not to mention, these are DOT and SAE-approved, so you can keep some peace of mind there.Now these will come in at about $675, being more of a premium option when it comes to lighting. Now I think these do really stand apart from the rest in the design. That not only brings that unique element to the table compared to the standard headlight but also the functionality with the lighting performance and the integrated turn signal.Now I think if you've got the extra couple bucks to spend on a quality set of headlights that's going to complement your JL's front end, then this is gonna be a great choice.Install will be a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. It's gonna take you about an hour to get the job done with some basic hand tools. Like I said, this is going to include a little bit of wiring but it's more basic wiring, so no need to be intimidated. And we'll show you how to do that step by step. So we can head over to the shop and check that out right now.Man: Tools required for this install include a ratchet, a clip remover tool, wire strippers and crimpers, a pair of scissors or diagonal cutters, an extension, a 10-millimeter socket, a few male spades, a few T-taps, and a few zip ties. What's up, guys? Today we're installing a set of headlights on our Wrangler. First, we're gonna watch a quick little video for how to remove your factory headlights and then I'll meet you right back here for the install.Woman: All right. So, the first step in our install is to remove the pop clips that are holding on our grille. So, let's grab a pop clip removal tool and get these out.All right. So, the rest of the grille is attached along the bottom and sides with pop clips. Firmly grab the grille and pull back towards you, and you should be able to remove it. All right. With our headlights exposed, now we can grab a 10-millimeter socket if you can find one and go ahead and zip the three bolts that are holding on your headlight. Pull your headlight off. Locate the connector at the back. Press down on the connector and remove it.Man: So, now that we have our factory headlights removed from our Jeep, we have a little bit of wiring we need to do before we install our new headlights. So, we have these wires. We're gonna be crimping a male spade connector onto this open end. The way we're gonna be wiring these up is using a T-tap. So, we're gonna tap into our daytime running light wire as well as our turn signal wire.There's a little fork in here that you're gonna put your wire into. And then you'll close this up and pinch it down with pliers, and that will make our connection. And then once this is closed, we can take our male spade and slide it into the backside like that to make our connection to our headlights.So, now we can take our wire and grab a pair of wire strippers, strip back some lead. And then we'll twist up that lead and slide our male spade connector on. And then we'll grab a wire crimper to crimp that down. And then we can do that same thing for our other wire for this headlight. Twist up our lead, slide our male spade on, and then crimp that down. So, now once we have our male spades crimped onto our two wires for this headlight, we can do the same thing with the two wires for our other side headlight.So, now we can come down into our fender well. We have a clip here and a clip right above this plastic rivet that we need to remove so that we can pull back on our fender liner to be able to make our connection into our turn signal wire. So, we'll grab a clip remover tool and pop out our first clip. Now the second one is right behind this plastic rivet. So, we can get a clip tool up through our gap here to pop that out. And now we can peel back our fender liner and find our wire to tap into.So, now with our fender liner pulled back, we're looking for this white wire with a green stripe. Now, we already have a T-tap on there from a previous install. Well, if you're doing this for the first time, you would just crimp that down onto the wire like I showed you on the table. So, then we'll just take the male spade connector that we crimped onto our wire and slide that into our T-tap. And then we'll run that towards our headlight bucket and do the same thing on the other side.So, now I've got the other side of our wire that we just hooked up to our turn signal. And we're gonna run that underneath the fender liner and up into the headlight bucket. And then we can just lay that there for now. And then we can grab our other wire for our daytime running lights. We're gonna be looking for this orange wire here. Once again, we already have a T-tap installed onto that from the previous install, but you would just follow the steps we laid out on the table. And then we'll plug our male spade into our T-tap.And then since this one's nice and short, I'm just gonna zip-tie up the excess over our wire. And then we'll take a pair of scissors or diagonal cutters to chop off the excess of our zip tie. And then once we're done with this side, we can do that same thing on the other side.So, now we're ready to install our new headlight. So, the first thing we're gonna do is take our main connector and plug that into our body connector. Now, the wire for our daytime running lights is gonna get connected to the red wire coming off of the back of our headlight. And the wire from our turn signal is gonna go to our green. And then we can raise our headlight up into place, get it onto our two mounting studs, and then begin to reinstall our factory bolts. The last one is a little tight. So, I'm just gonna use a socket to get that one started. And then we'll tighten all three of these down with our 10-millimeter socket. So, now once we have our headlight fully installed on one side, we can do that same thing on the other side.So, now that we have our headlights installed on both sides, we can line up our grille and push it in to slide our clips into place. And then we'll go back up top and reinstall our six push clips. Now, you're only gonna be able to see five of these, but the last one is just this first one mirrored on the other side.So, that'll wrap up this review and install the Raxiom Axial Series 9-Inch LED Angel Eye Headlights with Black Housing and Clear Lens for your 2018 and newer Jeep Wrangler JL. Thank you for watching. And for all things Wrangler, keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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