Well I dont have a write up for this yet. I will soon though. In the mean time here is what it looks like.
So is this going to be a write-up for making the factory clock brighter, because that’s the problem I’m having.
I’d would really like to see how you did it.
Well, no not exactly. Its just a writeup on how to install a factory clock. I gave the link to the other writeup for information. See I believe that after 1991 all U.S. Cherokees were NOT equipped with a clock…
Here is what I would do in your position… First, figure out what clock you have. If you have one older than that of a 91 it has a backlight. You can either change yours to the one in the 91 OR check the bulb on yours. I believe on some years they had a bulb cover that caused the bulb to not be as bright. If that is not the case you can replace the bulb with a new brighter one or run a white LED with a 12v resistor in where the bulb is. I hope that is helpful.
I would actually make a writeup for this but right now everything is on hold. I have actually done quite a bit of work to the cherokee but being a full time college student I haven’t had the time to make writeups. However, if you want to take a look at Cherokeetech.com I am usually there and you can ask me or the other guys questions. My username is Tux_Fan. Unfortunately, like I said I do not have a writeup on this at this time… Maybe someday next summer or something when I have more time.
Here is the link to Go-Jeep-XJ clock writeup. Its really good.
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