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Dark Smoked Headlights (99-04 All)

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  • Sleek Stealthy Styling.
  • Dark Smoked Lenses.
  • Black Housings.
  • Fits All 1999-2004 Mustangs.
  • Sold as a Set of Two Pieces.
Sleek Styling. These Mustang Headlights have stealthy smoked lenses to give any 1999-2004 mustang an aggressive appearance on the street or the strip. And the one piece design fits perfectly into the stock location for a clean sleek look.

Improves Visibility. Now you can improve your night visibility and mustangs looks just by replacing your old weathered and scratched stock headlights with a brand new set of headlights from AmericanMuscle.

Bulb application. These Headlights require dual element 9007 bulbs for high/low beams (sold separately). AmericanMuscle recommends high quality 9007 replacement bulbs from Raxiom and Sylvania. See the drop down menu option above to select a new set of bulbs to go with your new headlights.

Fitment: 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Details

What's in the Box
  • (1) Right Headlight Housing
  • (1) Left Headlight Housing
    Hardware included:
  • None Required
Installation Info
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • Bullitt - 01
  • Mach 1 - 03, 04
  • V6 - 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04
  • Cobra - 99, 01, 03, 04
  • GT - 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04

Most Helpful Reviews

Total Piece of Junk...

Bought April 2014 (installed later in the summer). It is now June 1st, 2016. The installation was pretty straightforward. Light focus was all over the map; always had a light spot on the road, but the ...

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Fish Bowl

I purchased the lights in June 2011 for my 2004 Mustang GT Convertible. The original lights were scratched and badly worn so I was excited to replace them with the new darker lens. The install was really ...

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Overall Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars
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Hey everyone, Justin from, and today I have with me a very aggressive set of dark smoked headlights for all ’99-’04 Mustangs. That aggressive look is achieved by pairing the one-piece headlight factory design and black housing with a very dark smoked lens that will instantly transform the front end of any ride. Before, in order to achieve a look this dark, you had to experiment with dyes or tint. If you’ve ever messed with any of those options before, you know achieving a perfect outcome can be tricky at best. Installing a new set of headlights in these New Edge Mustangs is an absolute breeze and it should take you no more than 30 minutes using no tools whatsoever. The first step is to remove the two mounting tabs holding your factory headlights in place, unplug the harness, and reinstall these new dark smoked headlights in reverse order. As always, when installing new headlights, don’t forget to properly align them so you don’t blind oncoming traffic. Due to the extremely dark nature of these headlights, we here at AmericanMuscle highly recommend upgrading to a quality bulb from either Raxiom or Solvania, just to improve your nighttime visibility. So if you want to completely black out your ride for that aggressive look but don’t want to mess with tints or dyes, then these dark smoked headlights for your ’99-’04 Mustang would be a great place to start.

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If I buy these with the upgraded raxiom bulbs do they come installed? Or do I have to install them myself?


  • The upgraded bulbs would come in their own packaging and would need to be installed once you receive them.


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Do these headlights have the clear corners?


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adjustment & directional color Is there an adjustment setting for these headlights, like the OEM ones & can I put an amber bulb in the side marker light to change the directional color?


  • Yes they are adjustable just like OEM and yes you can put an amber bulb in the turn signal


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Overall Rating 4.6

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  • 1/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    June 01, 2016

    Total Piece of Junk...

    Bought April 2014 (installed later in the summer). It is now June 1st, 2016. The installation was pretty straightforward. Light focus was all over the map; always had a light spot on the road, but the lights felt like they were aimed too high. After this winter, the entire coating on the lamps starting peeling. Vehicle is not winter driven. Lamps now look like total junk. 100 disappointed with my purchase. I hope American Muscle does something about it... FYI --- Ford Mustang Employee.. gotta love aftermarket.


    Year: 2001 Model: V6 Driving Style: Show 'Stangs I have owned: 1

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  • 1/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    March 16, 2012

    Fish Bowl

    I purchased the lights in June 2011 for my 2004 Mustang GT Convertible. The original lights were scratched and badly worn so I was excited to replace them with the new darker lens. The install was really easy. The black rubber trim needed some finessing to seal closely to the cars fender. When finished it looked great but i've had a problem with them leaking and moisture build up.


    Year: 2004 Model: GT Driving Style: Show 'Stangs I have owned: 2

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  • 5/5

    July 30, 2010

    Love the lights

    I have an '02 Sonic Blue V6. My stock headlights eventually became foggy. I had been wanting the clear chrome headlights but they had been discontinued on this website. So, I went ahead and got the smoke headlights and I am very happy with them. The installation is overly easy, I found the adhesive easily, I made sure I sealed the light casings well. I used 2 full tubes squeezed 'til empty. Be careful exchanging bulbs or if you buy new ones be sure to use latex gloves or you just might ruin your bulbs. Before installing be sure to let your adhesive dry, don't want that stuff getting on your car. Also, I recommend applying the adhesive outdoors, the stuff has a very strong odor. I'll post pictures soon. I have had the lights for a few months now I just haven't taken the time to capture pictures and post them yet. Not that it is needed, lol, there are lots of pictures already on here.


    Year: 2002 Model: V6

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  • 5/5

    June 30, 2010

    Friggin' A

    2004 Mach 1 (Oxford White) These look bad a$$ especially if you remove the grill. Any color Stang will look menacing.with this set up. A couple of notes though: Make sure you seal these or any aftermarket lights. Take your time and maybe practice laying down a couple of beads on a scrap piece of carboard or something - don't screw this up. Remember how money you spent one these? Take your friggin' time and do it right, allow the seal time cure properly in your room for a day - Hey, you've waited this long right? The extra time and effort will definately show and it'll keep them from fogging up and costing the extra expense of going through $30 - $50 sets of light bulbs. Speaking of light bulbs: Heed the Warning: NEVER touch the bulbs with your fingers - use latex gloves or a good clean cloth towel. Buy the brightest lights available, they ARE expensive, you really want to start half-a$$ing now??? Set the light beams properly, you'll be able to see just fine on the darkest roads. (I drive many)


    Year: 2004

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  • 4/5

    February 14, 2010

    New look all together

    Looks awesome. I bought these and the smoked fog lights, only way to go, spend the extra money for the fog lights and do a combo,,, number 1. Headlights didn't line up flush with fender is my only beef, make sure and seal them with silicone.


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  • 4/5

    January 30, 2010


    Look very clean and aggresive. I have run into the same iisue as several others. The drivers side light does not fit the same as the passenger side. It is not flush. Any hints or tips?


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  • 5/5

    March 05, 2010

    Dark Smoked Headlights

    WOW! I really love these headlights! They did not take long to install either. Took about 20-30 minutes per light. I was debating between the dark smoked and the projector headlights. I am sooo glad I got the dark smoked. They really make my car look "mean". But do get the luminics-9007-pure-white bulbs. They really do make a difference. You will love them.


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  • 4/5

    January 26, 2010

    Had them for one year...

    I have had these headlights for a little over a year. They still look great with the exception of a bit ot plastic that seems to be flaking/peeling away. They are still nice and clear. The instuctions provided by AM's website were excellent and I followed the advice on sealing the headlights. I have never once had condensation build up inside of them. I would definitley buy these again, but I wish they would have not started to peel so soon after a year.

    Manny D.

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  • 2/5

    October 17, 2009


    THE GOOD SIDE: 1. Smooth and shiny. 2. Easy to install. 3. Gives your car improved looks. THE BAD SIDE: 1. No manufacturer's warranty at all. 2. Not a perfect fit; there is a gap left between the car body and the lamps. 3. No bulb collar (or whatever you call the part that holds the bulb) only a temporary plug that seems to be there only to keep debris out during shipping. You have to use the OEM collar that came with your original lights. 4. You will have to use the OEM ring that holds the OEM bulb collar as well. 5. No bulbs of any kind are included. 6. Most likely you will need to purchase HID lights in order to have sufficient light to drive at night. Of course, this point is only an opinion. 7. Optionally, you follow the guide on how to seal your lights to help prevent condensation from entering the case. Since they don't come with warranty, it would be a good option to take.


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  • 3/5

    August 27, 2010

    Pretty Cool

    Looked nice for a while, then in about a year the tint on the lights starts coming off in patches. A little dissapointed on that.


    Driving Style: Daily Driver

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