hi guys...any one know how to deal with the headlight problem on my compass above, reg sv61 wxp.
i dont know what possessed jeep to fit such awful headlight bulbs on this model...the factory-fitted H9 halogen,are so dim, they are dangerous!..i put H9 xenon in, VERY little difference...i have to rely on the headlights from on-coming cars to light the road in front,at night..that is ridiculous, even worse in bad weather...adjusting the headlight angle makes no difference because at its brightest setting you can barely see 10 feet in front.
i have got a H9 HID up-grade kit,(slim ballasts harness the lot, not fitted yet, getting advice at the moment), hoping these are UK road legal, and give enough light so that one can actually see the road ahead better than the halogens and xenons.
the bulbs do not come with casper-shields, and i cannot find H9 HID shields anywhere...i work nights so do most of my driving at night, so this is a big deal to me.
...any help and/or advice would be very much appreciated, thanks guys.
maybe jeep should recall this model and do a free up-grade to headlight bulbs that safely and efficiently light the road ahead at night. maybe an LED up-grade....not H9's Jeep please!.