Headlight bulb replacement - Bighorn

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Hey guys, I have a '19 Bighorn with the halogen bulbs, no LED's :(
Have any of you changed the bulbs out to something better, brighter? I'm not really into the LED's bulbs with fans attached, as they never seem to last long. I like a whiter light.

Thanks for any responses!
 

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I looked into this recently and explored a website that specializes in LED's for our trucks.. total price for Low High and Fogs were almost $600.00.. I have other upgrades to do before I invest that kind of cash in lights!
 

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I put the sylvania ZXE in my last car, very pricy for halogen bulbs but they seemed much more white.
 

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Don’t do anything else but headlightrevolution.com. Bulbs are super bright and looks amazing. They are brighter than the stock RAM LED headlights
 

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looks awesome.. did you install all three or just the lows?
From headlight revolution I just did the lows which were all pictured. None of those photos were high beams. The high beams I bought some cheap pair on amazon which I never use anyway since the lows are bright enough. The fog lights I also bought on amazon and they are very good. I can run the fogs by themself and still see a good amount in front of me. As for the turn signal, you can see it is white in the picture because I bought some switchback LED turn signals. So when the turn signal or hazards are on they will flash orange and then when it’s turned off they go back to white.
 

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From headlight revolution I just did the lows which were all pictured. None of those photos were high beams. The high beams I bought some cheap pair on amazon which I never use anyway since the lows are bright enough. The fog lights I also bought on amazon and they are very good. I can run the fogs by themself and still see a good amount in front of me. As for the turn signal, you can see it is white in the picture because I bought some switchback LED turn signals. So when the turn signal or hazards are on they will flash orange and then when it’s turned off they go back to white.
How did you install your low beams? I was doing the high beams yesterday and that was difficult even with the filter box out completely.

I also did the fog lights, reverse lights and cargo bed lights already. Saved the low beams for last since they seemed the hardest.
 

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From headlight revolution I just did the lows which were all pictured. None of those photos were high beams. The high beams I bought some cheap pair on amazon which I never use anyway since the lows are bright enough. The fog lights I also bought on amazon and they are very good. I can run the fogs by themself and still see a good amount in front of me. As for the turn signal, you can see it is white in the picture because I bought some switchback LED turn signals. So when the turn signal or hazards are on they will flash orange and then when it’s turned off they go back to white.
do you know off of the top of your head which ones you purchased via Amazon? I'll probably do the same..
 

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How did you install your low beams? I was doing the high beams yesterday and that was difficult even with the filter box out completely.

I also did the fog lights, reverse lights and cargo bed lights already. Saved the low beams for last since they seemed the hardest.
They aren’t that bad. Just take the 4 front screws holding the wheel liner in. Then there’s one push pin to pull out as well. After all that just pull the liner back and have the wheel hold it in place so you can fit you arm in there. Took me 30minutes roughly to do both
 

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do you know off of the top of your head which ones you purchased via Amazon? I'll probably do the same..
HIKARI LED Headlight Bulbs Conversion Kit-H11(H8,H9), 2019 New Gen of HIKARI, Adjustable Beam, 9600lm 6K Cool White,2 Yr Warranty https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GKPR452/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_RTIuCb9T4AX38. I believe these are the fog lights. I ordered the high beams long before the fog lights and so it’s not in my history. I am 90% sure these are the fogs. Sorry I’m not 100% sure
 

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From headlight revolution I just did the lows which were all pictured. None of those photos were high beams. The high beams I bought some cheap pair on amazon which I never use anyway since the lows are bright enough. The fog lights I also bought on amazon and they are very good. I can run the fogs by themself and still see a good amount in front of me. As for the turn signal, you can see it is white in the picture because I bought some switchback LED turn signals. So when the turn signal or hazards are on they will flash orange and then when it’s turned off they go back to white.
HOOOOOOOOLD UP! Can you please send me a link to the switch back?? So your saying the normal orange running light is white and than when you use your turn signal its orange? amazing I been looking for this with no luck! thanks
 

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HOOOOOOOOLD UP! Can you please send me a link to the switch back?? So your saying the normal orange running light is white and than when you use your turn signal its orange? amazing I been looking for this with no luck! thanks
Correct that’s what they do. Here is the link for them. Make sure you get two bulbs and not just one (yes they are expensive). And also. You WILL need the resistor kit for it or else it will hyper flash and the warning will come up on the dash.
https://www.diodedynamics.com/7443-hp24-switchback-dual-color-led-pair.html
 

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Correct that’s what they do. Here is the link for them. Make sure you get two bulbs and not just one (yes they are expensive). And also. You WILL need the resistor kit for it or else it will hyper flash and the warning will come up on the dash.
https://www.diodedynamics.com/7443-hp24-switchback-dual-color-led-pair.html
Ohhh man your ram is so sexci with the white turn signal! Were they hard to install? Do you plan to change the orange side marker to clear but keep the orange bulb? Thank you!
 

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Ohhh man your ram is so sexci with the white turn signal! Were they hard to install? Do you plan to change the orange side marker to clear but keep the orange bulb? Thank you!
They were pretty easy. You do have to wire in the resistor but that’s not hard if you have any background with splicing wires. I haven’t thought about the orange sidemarker yet
 

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They were pretty easy. You do have to wire in the resistor but that’s not hard if you have any background with splicing wires. I haven’t thought about the orange sidemarker yet
I googled the clear side markers before and they already exist, I believe they were $50 a pair.. I can do another search if you like!
 

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I googled the clear side markers before and they already exist, I believe they were $50 a pair.. I can do another search if you like!
Doesn’t that require to disassemble the headlight assembly completely to remove that? Like putting it in the oven and baking the light so the glue softens and stuff?
 

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From headlight revolution I just did the lows which were all pictured. None of those photos were high beams. The high beams I bought some cheap pair on amazon which I never use anyway since the lows are bright enough. The fog lights I also bought on amazon and they are very good. I can run the fogs by themself and still see a good amount in front of me. As for the turn signal, you can see it is white in the picture because I bought some switchback LED turn signals. So when the turn signal or hazards are on they will flash orange and then when it’s turned off they go back to white.
how are those amazon foglights working in the cold?
 
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