After years of being patient, I finally have new headlights. Thanks to Quadratec, I installed Premium Heated LED Projector Beam Headlights.
...exclusively engineered for Quadratec by J.W. Speaker
...Dual-Burn® high & low beam optics
...heated Headlamps feature SmartHeat®
...with LED light sensors that automatically activate the heat elements at startup or as outside temperatures drop to freezing. Once any accumulated ice or snow has melted and the lights have met the high temperature threshold, the SmartHeat® grid system automatically shuts off.
...Premium LED projector head lamps feature fully approved DOT markings
...built in pulse width modulators to prevent flickering
These headlights are super easy to install, plug n play with zero modifications. Just plug them in and your good to go. Check out my Jeep Momma's Garage install video on YouTube.
For the past several years I've had headlight issues. My goal was to be patient solving this problem. Patience isn't one of my strong suits, so I am pretty proud of myself for taking the time to really solve the issue.
I narrowed it down to the connection between the aftermarket plug and the factory plug. At the time, I felt the fix was a new factory plug. It worked for a while, but then the issue came back.
Now, my theory is the problem lies with the connection between the factory headlight plug and the aftermarket plug. I believe certain headlight plugs just don't connect well enough, especially if you off road a lot and bounce around on the trails.
I am looking forward to using my new headlights while I traverse the US on the Trans America Trail with my new wheeling buddy Neil and Maggie May, his 1980 Grand Wagoneer.
We will be reviewing both our new Quadratec headlights while we are on our Adams Xtreme Off Road Adventure.