2000 Jeep Cherokee headlights

t_r_kelly2t_r_kelly2 Member Posts: 2
edited October 2015 in Jeep
Hello, I have a 2000 Jeep Cherokee that needs the headlights replaced, along with the metal housing behind it as well as the adjustment screws. I have been searching online for the past three weeks and the only headlights I come across are Halogen and I cant seem to find any non-halogen replacement headlights. So my question is, I heard that Halogen lights are good for the money, however, they produce a lot of heat and take a lot of energy to turn on and maintain. I am nervous that the lights will fry some wires or the electrical harness as well as mess the battery up because it is a older battery and it is getting closer to winter so the Jeep takes a lot of battery to get started and run anyways. I hope you can help me!

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  • t_r_kelly2t_r_kelly2 Member Posts: 2
    Okay, Thank you for your advice! and my Jeep came with Wagner sealed beam headlights so I hope that I can find those!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 197,932

    Okay, Thank you for your advice! and my Jeep came with Wagner sealed beam headlights so I hope that I can find those!

    Wagner is just a brand name.. Just stop buy Autozone or Advance auto and use the manual to look up the proper size for your car. Sealed beam halogen headlights are the most basic light available and should be relatively cheap and easy to replace.

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