What are the new LED lighting options and what do they look like?

Next Big Futures: The New LED Lighting options for the 2018-2019 Jeep Wrangler and 2018-19 Jeep Renegade are pretty impressive, with an average of 1,700 lumens and 3.3 watts.

The new LEDs are made from a single high-pressure sodium (HPS) cathode and a single platinum-oxide cathode.

HPS is more efficient and cheaper than platinum-oxides (PEO) for LEDs because it’s less expensive to manufacture.

The two cathodes have different characteristics that make it a good candidate for LED lighting.

The HPS cathode is lighter, more efficient, and more efficient than the platinum-oxygen cathode (PPO).

The HSP cathode has a higher heat capacity, which allows it to produce higher light output.

The platinum-Oxide cathode, which is typically used in other LED lighting systems, is heavier and has a lower efficiency.

The PPO cathode can produce higher wattage but requires a larger amount of energy.

These are important considerations when choosing LED lighting for your vehicle.

LED lighting has two main benefits: The increased brightness allows for greater visibility.

Additionally, LEDs are also brighter than other lighting types, which reduces glare and dims interior lighting.

What LEDs look like and what they do When choosing a new LED lamp for your Wrangler or Renegade, you should look for a bulb that can match your vehicle’s headlights, taillights, and the overall look of your interior.

LEDs also come in a wide variety of brightness levels, from white to green and from white LEDs to black LEDs.

In general, a brighter bulb will produce brighter lighting in a darker room, such as your glove compartment, trunk, or glove box.

Bright white LEDs are generally brighter than black LEDs because they’re more efficient at converting sunlight to energy.

However, a bright white LED bulb may also be brighter than a black LED bulb, depending on the amount of sunlight that hits the LED.

If your car is equipped with a heated rear diffuser or fog lamps, you can choose a black bulb for its more efficient conversion of heat to light, so long as it’s at least 100% white.

The higher the LED brightness level, the more energy it can store, and therefore the brighter it will be in darker conditions.

The more power your vehicle can generate with a new-style LED bulb is also a big consideration when choosing a LED lamp.

For instance, a 50 watt LED bulb with a 2.8 watt rating will produce about 5,000 lumens when running at 1,600 lumens, which produces more light output than a 50 Watt LED bulb at 3,400 lumens.

LED lights that can produce more power are also available in different wattage levels.

A 50 watt, 60 watt, and 90 watt LED light bulb will all produce roughly the same amount of light, but the difference is in their efficiency.

Higher wattage LEDs also provide more energy than a smaller bulb, and can be brighter.

However the larger the LED, the greater the potential for glare.

A smaller, lighter bulb is not always better.

LED lamps with a smaller LED will produce less light than a larger, heavier, and expensive LED.

So, a bulb with two LEDs will be brighter, but also may be more expensive than a bigger, heavier and expensive one.

The larger the size, the lower the efficiency of the LED bulb.

For a more detailed explanation of LED lighting, read our guide on choosing the right LED lamp and LED lamp types.

The biggest difference between LED lighting and other lighting is the size.

LED bulbs are generally larger than other light sources because the light produced by the LEDs is more intense and lasts longer.

LED light bulbs are usually more compact than other types of lighting.

Because they’re so light and durable, LED lamps have a larger footprint than other type of lighting, meaning they’re lighter.

A 30 watt, 50 watt or 90 watt light bulb is typically about the same size as a 60 watt or 100 watt light source.

The bigger the light source, the longer it lasts.

A 70 watt, 100 watt or 120 watt LED lamp will last longer than a 60 or 70 watt light.

A 60 watt light will last for about 3 hours on a single charge, and a 70 watt will last about 8 hours.

The light output of LED lamps also varies.

A typical LED lamp can produce up to about 5 million lumens of light when operating at its highest brightness level.

This light output is greater than most other lighting sources, and will give you plenty of light to see your surroundings.

LED lamp models and wattage ratings LEDs are designed for a specific application.

The LED lamp in your vehicle may be used to light up the glove compartment or as a rearview mirror, but there are also LED lamps that are used for exterior lighting, including a carport light, garage door