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New Aftermarket Lights and Accessories for a Wide Range of Jeep® Models to Debut from Metra Electronics® at the SEMA Show

Holly Hill, FL – October 18, 2018 – Metra Electronics® will debut new Jeep accessories from Heise LED Lighting® and iBEAM Vehicle Safety Systems® at the 2018 SEMA Show..

“Recognizing the desire for Jeep owners to customize their vehicles, we’ve engineered accessories for more Jeep models, from the new JL to older Wrangler applications,” says Jason Anderson, VP of Product Development at Metra Electronics.

New Jeep products for the 2018 SEMA Show include Jeep Wrangler side mirror cover LED lights and a spare tire LED brake light from Heise. For retrofitting older Jeeps, trucks and classic cars, Heise is also introducing 4×6” and 5×7” LED replacement headlights in black or silver. Heise will debut accessories specifically designed for the new 2018-up* JL that include light post mounts and lightbar brackets. For Jeep Wrangler JK models, two hood mount brackets will be available for 10” and 20” lightbars. To mount a reverse camera to the spare tire on Jeep Wrangler 2007-2017 models and the 2018 Jeep JK*, iBEAM is introducing a versatile spare tire mounting bracket with a reverse camera. For radio replacement, Metra’s new TubroKits® will include two new options for older Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Grand Cherokee models.

Jeep Wrangler JK Side Mirror Cover LED Lights and Spare Tire Light:

The HE-JKMR upgrades side mirror covers with integrated running lights and turn signals for improved visibility and awareness. The HE-JWSTL replaces the spare tire light with a higher output brake light that mounts to the factory hub behind the spare wheel and connects to the brake light circuit. The 85 LEDs behind a tinted lens provide a more uniformed light output, compared with other brake lights on the market which use fewer and larger LEDs, resulting in a spotty beam pattern. Both of Heise’s new solutions provide an easy upgrade with big results for Jeep Wrangler 2007-2018 (excluding JL)* models. Available soon.

 

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