Yes. Everything except one minor detail : none of them are 100% plug-and-play, and the reason is simple : because there is a need for an extra module to cancel errors, there has to be extra wires that run from the Jeep's headlight connector to the actual bulb. And because the headlamps are fully enclosed units with only an access hole to the bulb covered with a screw-on dust cap, we need to run some wires through that dust cap so we have to drill a hole in it. No big deal the cap is plastic, but you need a 3/4" or 1" holesaw or Forstner drill bit. Some kits like the Xenon Depot ones come with grommets to seal that hole.
Of course HID kits come with an extra hardware piece (ballasts), but those can be stuck with double-sided tape easily.
So now you need to choose which type you want (LED or HID), know how much you are willing to spend and find a reputable vendor.
Some added info : to date, the brightest lights available are HIDs. The longest lasting bulbs are definitely LEDs. A lot of LED bulbs sold out there don't produce a good beam pattern and cutoff in the Cherokee halogen projectors, but HIDs do (same or very similar to beam with OEM halogens, only much brighter).
FWIW : I chose the Xenon Depot HID Extreme kit for my 2015 KL and won't ever go back to halogens (on this Jeep). I would consider switching to an LED kit eventually, but only when I find they are as bright and produce a quality beam pattern similar to the HIDs I have now.
Also do I need the CANbus or no
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