Frequently Asked Questions Ask APW
Are the headlights of the 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK are too bright that drivers on the other side of the road always flash their headlights?
Answer: The lights of the Grand Cherokee WK are relatively bright compared to other Grand Cherokees. Other drivers may not be used to seeing that kind of intensity on regular driving lights. However, if the Jeep's headlights have a history of some kind of modification or adjustment, it may be possible that the lights are aimed too high. This would give the impression of you having your high beams on.
How can the corrosion build-up on the headlights of my Jeep Grand Cherokee be removed?
Answer: Avoid this issue by performing routine headlight polishing and cleaning. But since the problem's there already, go ahead and buy a replacement set if budget allows. For those short on cash, do some research and buy a good restoration kit that cleans and protects the headlights. Look for those that don't put a layer of haze on the lenses to maintain the clarity of the light. A quality restoration kit would cost around $30.
Is there a way to change the dim dark and stock headlights on the Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ?
Answer: There are two common routes to choose from to solve the poor lighting on the Grand Cherokee ZJ. One is to buy a complete new set of headlights assembly. The other option is to fabricate an original set with custom housings, lenses, bulbs, and electrical wires to retrofit the headlights. Just remember that all these upgrades and modifications require more power from your electrical supply, so adjust everything accordingly.
Where is a good place to get replacement Jeep Grand Cherokee headlight clips in case the original ones break?
Answer: On some occasions, the local Jeep dealer may have some in stock for the truck. If not, the next step would be to visit online forums and discussions. There are some Grand Cherokee enthusiasts like who have had this similar problem and would gladly sell quality replacement clips perfect for the Jeep.