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Hey, guys. So today I'm here with the Delta 7 Inch LED Headlights with the Halo, fitting all 2018 and newer JL Wranglers. So there's a couple of different reasons why you would want to upgrade or replace your current headlights. Maybe you busted one up on the trail, maybe you're just seeing some normal wear and tear and you're looking to replace the housing, or your factory bulbs are just not cutting it anymore and you're looking for an upgrade like an LED. So this option by Delta is gonna be for the JL owner who's looking for just that. They're looking for an upgrade in lighting as well as an upgrade in look, considering this comes with a very bright LED light and that halo ring around that light housing. Now, this is going to, like I said, come with a high-powered LED, and that's gonna to carry a couple of different benefits with that. So it's going to have a more uniform light pattern. It is gonna look a little bit more modernized because of that higher color temperature...or that cooler color temperature, should I say, and it's also just going to emit a lot more light than a factory incandescent or even an HID. So what I do really like about these is the fact that they have a very simplistic style to them. The housing is not big and flashy, and it doesn't take away from that halo, which is put there for that extra style.So as far as pricing goes, these are gonna be roughly $500, which is going to be one of your more expensive choices on the page for JL headlights, but it is at that higher price for good reason. Now, this is gonna be one of your only options that comes with that LED halo ring, and it's gonna be one of your only options for an LED with that halo. So other less expensive choices on the page that you may be taking a look like may not include that halo ring, or they may not include that LED. So some other choices by Delta are gonna be for a Xenon, which is an HID or high-intensity discharge bulb which is going to basically be an incandescent bulb with a high-intensity output. So, overall, I think if you're looking for a lot of light output, you're looking for the best visibility while you're on those dark roads, and you're also look for a modernized upgrade with that halo LED ring, then I think that these are a great option to take a look at.So install's gonna be a pretty easy one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. I would say it's on the harder side of a one out of three wrenches just because there is a little bit of splicing and wiring involved in the actual installation. But it's nothing that you can't do with a couple of basic hand tools in your driveway and about two hours worth of time. So speaking of that install, let's jump into that now.The tools that I used for my install were an impact wrench, a pair of wire cutters, strippers, and crimpers, a pair of pliers, a 10-millimeter socket, and a flathead screwdriver. So our first step to this install is to pop our hood, and then we're gonna pop off our grille. So our next step is going to be to pop off our grille, but we have to remove six pop clips in order to get our grille off. Now, I'm gonna be using a flathead screwdriver. You can also use a trim removal tool, but I find that this is just a little bit easier with these OEM clips. Just push the middle up and then pry underneath, and it should pop the clip straight out. So there is gonna be a little pin at the top that sets this grille in place. You wanna make sure that you lift up on either side before you pull it forward because you don't wanna break that pin. And then we can go ahead and just give it a good tug. All right, so once all of those pins are out, what we can do is just fully remove the grille. So our next step, in order to remove the headlight housing, is to remove the three 10-millimeter bolts that are holding in that bucket. So I'm gonna be using a 10-millimeter deep socket, you could also just use a shallow socket with an extension, and we can go ahead and remove them. So once those three bolts are removed, we can fully remove that headlight bucket, pressing down on the tab and just pulling back. Then we can do the same thing for the other side.So before we go ahead and install our new headlights, I did wanna go ahead and tell you guys a little bit more about them, especially in comparison to the factory setups. Now, on the table, I have our new Delta headlight. I also have our LED package headlight from that we took out of our Sahara behind us as well as a base model headlight with an incandescent bulb.So right off the bat, what you are getting out of this new headlight package is a brand new set of LED lights. Now, over the factory incandescent bulb, this is gonna be a lot brighter than the factory incandescent and kind of on a similar page with the factory LED. Now, these are going to be incredibly bright. They are gonna have 4,000 raw lumens emitted for each headlight, so collectively you are gonna get 8,000 raw lumens out of these headlights and a very uniform light pattern, considering this is LED technology. So it is going to help you out with your visibility on dark back roads and even driving at night overall. Now, this is also going to be a bright white light. This is going to have a 6,000 K color temperature, which is very similar to the factory LED package, however very dissimilar to the factory incandescent because the incandescent bulb has a lower Kelvin rating, right around 3,000, giving it a yellowish hue. So when you upgrade to these new headlights, you are upgrading the aesthetic of light overall, and it's gonna look a little bit more modernized than that factory incandescent bulb.Now, the housing and the headlight itself are actually gonna be very durable in comparison to these two setups. This is gonna have a lead crystal glass that is going to be very durable. It's gonna be able to take some abuse off-road and be able to take a hit, while still offering you that complete transparency, giving you the most out of your headlights. Now, you're also getting a silicone seal on the back. If we flip this over, you still are getting some durability out of this, protecting the lights inside in comparison to this big and very bulky headlight that you have right out of the factory.So if you did notice, these are gonna be a little bit smaller than the factory headlights. The factory headlights are gonna be 9 inches in diameter, and these new Delta headlights are gonna be 7 inches in diameter. However, that's not gonna take away from the brightness of these headlights. These are still going to be very functional and very, very bright, considering the lumen output in comparison to the factory setups.Now, the one thing that you're getting out of this new Delta headlight that you're not getting with either of these packages is that halo ring. Now, this is going to provide you some extra safety as well as some styling, considering they are run into the daytime running lights. So they are gonna be illuminated most of the time, and that's something that you're not getting out of these two setups. Now, enough about these two on the table. Let's go ahead and install our new ones.So before we can actually mount up our headlight, we do need to attach our adapter harness as well as our two leads for our defrost element. So we're going to attach our adapter harness onto our factory wiring harness. You're just going to line that with the connector, slide that on in. We'll leave that there for a minute. Then we can grab our headlight, and on the back we are gonna have a little bulb and a silicone grommet. That is gonna be your defrost element, so you can go ahead and keep that in there. I just wanted to show you guys.Now, on the longer connector, we're gonna attach our power. All right, that's gonna be the yellow wire with the wire loom. And then, on the shorter one, it's gonna be our black wire. Now, on our ground wire, I did add a larger connector over the top just so I can attach it to one of the bolts. Now, this is going to come with self-tapping screws. I didn't wanna tap into our Jeep, so I just added a larger one so we can attach it to one of the bolts on the Jeep. So after that's connected, we can leave our halo wiring alone for right now. We can attach our connector from the main headlight bulb to our adapter harness. This is gonna be the H4 connector. We can wiggle that in. So after that's connected, what we can do is mount this up. Now, we will have to tap this defrost element, the power wire, into our fog light power wire, so we're just going to run that down for the time being. We can even bring our negative for the defrost element down down as well, leave our halo wiring open for the time being, and then we can mount this up. So after those are connected, we can go ahead and mount up our headlight. Now, there are gonna be two pins on the inside mounting points you need to line up with, and then we're going to secure this down with the factory hardware. Tighten those up with a 10-millimeter socket. So for the driver side headlight, I did extend this with some extra wire just because we have to tap into our fog light wiring harness, and that is over on the passenger side. So I would recommend to grab a butt connector and add a little bit of wire to the end of that. So now we have to wire in our defrost element into our positive wire on our fog light wiring harness. Now, we already have two leads here for front bumpers for those fog lights, so what I'm gonna do is add a connector that we can plug into our positive wire here. So the kit does provide you with two vampire clips. However, we don't have a lot of room because this lead is here, so we can't use both of those vampire clips. So I'm just gonna add a spade connector instead. So what you can do at this point is either vampire clip both of the wires for the positive defrost element onto the fog light wire that has the white wire with the orange trace, or you could put a spade connector on it like I did and plug it into that lead. So that's gonna be it for the defroster for the positive lead, but now we have to ground those out. So what I'm gonna do is take the other lead and put it on the bolt on the body of our Wrangler. With the same 10-millimeter socket, I'm just gonna remove one of the body bolts up at the top, and that's a perfect place to ground something out. So what I'm gonna do is ground that out on that bolt, and we can go ahead and tighten that down. So we can ground out the other side doing the same thing. Now we can move on to the halos.So what we can do next is wire in our halos, so you are gonna have a wiring harness with a positive and a negative on each of the headlights. So the one with the longest lead that's gonna reach over to the driver side is gonna be on the driver side, and we're gonna go ahead and connect that. Now, you do want to run that down and tuck that underneath your trim, and we can actually connect this to our frame. Then we're just gonna run that along, try to keep it as clean as possible. Now, for this one, we can run it behind just because we have our ground here as well and our positive wire that's going to connect into our factory wiring harness. So I pulled back that inner fender liner just a little bit, so pull that behind so when we tuck this up, we can just pull that behind there. So we are going to go ahead and connect the negative lead. Now, I'm just gonna connect it to the same bolt that we connected our defrost element negative lead to, so I'm gonna run this up and under. Same thing with our positive lead. It'll be a little bit easier to grab that one first, pull the rest up. So I'm gonna connect our negative lead on our halo, so the same bolt that we connected our defrost element negative lead to. So with that 10-millimeter socket and go ahead and remove that bolt. We can put both of these on here, thread that into place, making sure that these leads are pretty flat. Then we can splice in our positive lead for our halos. So what we can do now is take our vampire clip that's provided in the kit, and we can tap into this brown wire with the orange trace, that one there. That's gonna be our daytime running. You can take the red wire from our halo, put that in the vampire clip, grab a pair of pliers, clamp that down. Then we can tuck this back until it clips, and then we can plug this connector back into our adapter harness. So after that's connected, you can tuck that back, and you are provided with a couple of zip ties to clean up the wiring. But now we can pop our grille back on and close up our hood. All right, so now we can pop in our grille, lining up all of our retainer clips, setting the pins, just giving it a little push. Then we can go ahead and pop in our six clips. After that last clip, we can just close up our hood.So that's gonna wrap it up for my review and install. Make sure you like and subscribe, and for more video and products like this, always keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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Better Nighttime Illumination. If your Jeep Wrangler’s factory headlights are not providing you with enough light during the night, then it’s time to replace them with these 7-inch LED Headlights with Halos. These headlights come with high-powered LED lights that are capable of producing more lights than your factory headlights for better visibility during the night. Metalized steel reflectors and prismatic lens provide better light distribution, allowing you to cover a wider area. These headlights come equipped with halos that act as daytime driving lights so that other drivers and pedestrians can easily spot your Wrangler.
High-Powered LEDs. At the center of these Delta LED Headlights are high-powered LEDs capable of producing an amazing amount of light. Each headlight can generate a whopping 4,000 lumens each. The 6,000K color temperature mimics natural daylight and does not cause eye strain. These energy efficient headlights feature a 2A AMP draw for each 25W light.
High-Grade Build. These Delta LED Headlights are constructed with lead crystal glass lens and silicone boots. Lead crystal glass can take more abuse and punishment compare to conventional glass and plastic lens. The silicone boots help keep moisture and dirt out of the main LED compartment.
Drill-Free Installation. Delta designed these LED Headlights for a drill-free installation process. Only simple hand tools are required to install these headlights to your Wrangler.
Passes DOT Standards. Delta built these LED Headlights to comply with DOT standards. They are street legal and safe to use on public roads and highways.
Limited 5-Year Warranty. Delta provides a 5-year limited warranty for these LED Headlights from the date of purchase. This warranty is only good for the original purchaser. For more information, please check the manufacturer’s official site.
Application. These Delta -inch LED Headlights with Halos are designed to fit all 2018-2021 Jeep Wrangler JL models.
Fitment: 2018 2019 2020 2021
CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
(approx) 2 Hours
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