Reviewed By Austyn M (STAFFORD, VA) Reviewed for a 1988 Jeep Cherokee —11/7/2012 5:02 AM
The best bang for your buck. I put these on my recent project jeep and they are great. Easy to install, look great and light up the trails very well!
Reviewed By John L (MOUNDS, OK) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Cherokee —9/23/2009 10:56 AM
The PIAA 520 Series Fog Lights in the black housing looks great on my yellow Jeep. I purchased the Surco Safari Roof Rack and mounted them on that using the Light Adapter Kit that you can order for the roof rack. The fog lights with the yellow tint behind the lens matches my Jeep very well. Since I mounted them on my roof rack the supplied wiring harness was not nearly long enough. I had to run additional wiring from the lights all the way through my Jeep taking off the inside paneling which was no fun and then tie the wires into the harness under the hood. I used 14 gauge wiring between the lights and the wiring harness. I fabricated connectors to plug into the new wiring harness. I do like the switch that comes with the kit. When the lights are off there is a green light that is on and when the lights are switched on the green light turns to red. The only thing I didn't care for about the switch is that they supply you with double stick tape to tape the switch to the dash. I used rubbing alcohol to clean my dash and so far the switch is still in place....only time will tell. Overall, I am happy with my new lights and they look really nice on my Jeep.
Reviewed By Paul S (Quitman, TX) Reviewed for a 2015 Jeep Wrangler —12/17/2014 2:36 PM
If you do nothing else to your Jeep get a set of these. On dim these are at least 5 times better than stock is on bright. If you live out in the sticks like me the stock headlights make driving at night kind of dangerous,(hogs,deer, livestock) with these you can see down the road and and great side to side vision too. They look good and are great for safety as well.