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Raxiom LED Halo Projector Headlights; Black Housing; Smoked Lens (05-09 Mustang w/ Factory Halogen Headlights, Excluding GT500)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Justin: If you're looking for one of the wildest most unique set of headlights available for your 2005 to 2009 V6 or GT at home, well, then, look no further than the Raxiom Smoked LED Halo Projectors we're talking about here today. Now, these DOT-approved headlights will feature a black housing topped off with an aggressive smoked lens, along with some modern LED accent lighting like the LED halos surrounding your low beam projector. Now, price point for the pair is gonna hover in that mid to high $200 range, and the install at least according to the site's gonna get a solid two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. Take about an hour or less to complete from start to finish as we'll show you later in the video.So, the world of aftermarket headlights is a very diverse place, right? You're gonna find everything from factory-style replacements all the way down the line to something like the Raxioms here and really everything in between. But make no mistake about it here, gang, the black halo projectors from Raxiom are by far and away some of the wildest lights I've personally seen for the early gen S197, and some of you guys might be into that. Listen, some owners really might like setting their car apart from others through aftermarket lighting. And if that's the case, well, then, you'll be hard-pressed to find a more unique set here on the site.But appearance aside, what do you say we get into some of the features here with the Raxiom because there is a lot to talk about? Now, first and foremost, these headlights again will convert your dated reflector style housing into a more modern projector. Now, not only does this look a heck of a lot cooler, but it also is gonna produce a brighter, more focused beam of light, which should help improve nighttime visibility here when using a high-quality bulb.Now, I'd mention that because Raxioms do include brand new bulbs for both your high and low beams, but this might be a great time to upgrade those bulbs maybe to an LED option because again, you are working with a lightly smoked lens here. But aside from the projectors, you have the accent lighting. Now, in fact, you got LED halos in each light here surrounding your low beam projector. And those halos are going to illuminate with a bluish kind of whiteish glow whenever your parking lights or your headlights have been switched on. And I think that really does help contribute to a custom or aftermarket look.Now, those halos will illuminate with the five bright white LEDs lining the inside portion of the headlight here, and that's gonna spice things up even further. Now, I don't know, this might sound crazy, but throw in an optional halo fog light grille, and listen, your front end is gonna be totally wild and just something to consider here, definitely not a necessity. Now, everything has been sealed up behind that dark smoked polycarbonate lens, and despite the wild styling and the smoked lenses, these lights actually have been given the DOT stamp of approval, which does make them legal for use in all 50 states.But now we wanna switch gears and show you just what it takes to get the headlights installed in your '05 to '09 Mustang at home. And these will be a direct swap for the most part, guys, as far as the physical shape is concerned. There is the smallest amount of wiring needed to power up some of your extra bonus accent lighting, basic power and ground stuff, really nothing all that difficult. But to give you a better idea of where you need to tap into along with getting the headlights in place, feel free to check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown now.Man 1: Tools used for this installation, 3/8 electric impact gun, quarter-inch extension, quarter-inch drive ratchet, Phillips head socket, 5.5-millimeter, 10-millimeter, and 10-millimeter sockets, crimper tool, clip removal tool, and electric ratchet. Hey, guys, I'm gonna show you how to install our LED halo headlights on our 2006 Mustang. But first, we're gonna watch a quick uninstall video of how to uninstall our bumper and our headlights, and then we'll jump right back into our installation.Man 2: So, the first step of this install is gonna be to get underneath the hood and to remove the radiator cover at the top in order to get access to the screws and bolts necessary for removing the front bumper. Next, I'm gonna use a clip tool to remove the push pins that hold the rad cover down.Now I'm gonna use a 10-millimeter socket to remove these two upper bumper bolts. As you can see, I removed the front wheel to gain access to the inner fender liner. I did this to get access to these three screws and these three clips that hold the fender liner in the front to the bumper so I can peel this back and get access to the bolts behind it.Now that I peeled back my fender liner, I can get access to these two 10-millimeter nuts on the back of the bumper. I can also get to my two plugs that are a little further in. Now I'm gonna repeat that same process on the driver's side.Before I can remove the bumper, I'm gonna pull the three bolts at the back of the belly pan so that I can remove everything all at once.With everything unbolted, I can remove my front bumper assembly, but while I do so, I have to make sure that I either unplug or unclip my fog lights from the light bulbs themselves. There are three bolts that hold the headlights to the vehicle. There are two at the bottom and one at the top, I'm gonna use a 10-millimeter socket to remove those three bulbs and then unplug the connectors from the back.Man 1: So now that we have our old headlight out, we're gonna install our new headlight. And what we're gonna do is we're going to tie our wires into our parking light wire. And there's two wires on this new headlight that we're going to have to put these connectors on, and we're gonna have to use a crimp connector to put these on and install these. I already did install these onto our new headlight, so we're kind of ready to go. And in our vehicle, our lights are ready because we do so many headlights. We already have our pigtails here, which are going to attach to these other two wires. And you're going to find the hot and the ground on your parking lights and then hook your blue and black wire up to these wires. So, I'm gonna do that now, and then we'll get ready, and then we'll install our headlight.So, I'm gonna take my black wire, install it to the black wire here that we have. Then we have our white wire, I'm gonna install that to our blue wire, just like that. And what you're gonna wanna do is use a crimper in one of these connectors like I've said, just put these spades on the end of the wires and you should be good to go. Now we'll go and install our headlight. So, now we're gonna install our connector on the back of our headlight to our factory harness. We have that plugged in. We put that back up in, we slide our headlight in place, just like that. We'll take one of our 10 millimeters. We'll start this bolt, and now we'll work on the bottom.So now I'm gonna install our two 10-millimeters on the bottom. We have our one on the top already installed. So I'm gonna just get this in place. Just make sure our wires aren't pinched there and then install our other 10-millimeter. And then what I'm gonna do is take my impact gun with my 10-millimeter on it, tighten the two bottom ones up, and then we'll go up and tighten our top one. Now we'll tighten our top one up. And now you're gonna wanna just repeat this whole same procedure, including the wiring on the other side.So now we're gonna reinstall our bumper cover. I'm gonna take my bumper cover, sit it in place, and then install our wire connectors for... I'm gonna install our fog light connections here and our turn signal and parking lights on both sides. So, now I'm gonna install these and plug these back in. Once I have them plugged in, I'm gonna reach down, reinstall our turn signals and parking lights.Now, once I have them all reinstalled, I'm going to slide our bumper cover. There's a place here, lining up underneath, same on the other side. And now we'll reinstall our hardware on the passenger side. So now we're going to reinstall our fender and bumper bracket back here. There's two 10-millimeter bolts, and then our three screws. So I'm gonna proceed and get our two nuts started on our studs up here to hold our bumper to our fender. And then I'll push this back in place and get our wheel well back in place. So you're gonna have to reach up in here, start those nuts. I'm gonna take my 10-millimeter ratchet, tighten those up.Now we're gonna reinstall our fender well, just gonna pull out on our fender a little bit, get our fender well back into place here. So now we're gonna reinstall our three Phillips head screws, one here, one here, one down here. And then the one on the bottom. I take my quarter-inch drive ratchet with the Phillips head bit on it so I can get in here. Now you're gonna wanna just repeat this whole procedure of reinstalling this fender and bumper on the other side. So now I'm gonna reinstall my 5.5-millimeter screws here on that hold our splash guard in place. There's one, two, three, four. I'm gonna put these in and then tighten them up with my 5.5-millimeter socket on my quarter-inch drive ratchet.So, now that we have our bottom 5 millimeters in, we're gonna install two 10 millimeters, one here, and one here. I'm gonna start them. I'm gonna use my gun with my 10-millimeter socket, tighten them up. You don't wanna go too tight if you're using a gun. So now we'll reinstall our radiator cover and put our push pins in place.That wraps up this review and install of our Raxiom LED Halo Projector Headlights, Black Housing, Smoked Lens for '05 to '09 GT and V6 Mustangs. Thanks for watching, and for all things Mustang, keep it right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Aggressive Design
      • Black Housings
      • Smoked Lenses
      • Projector Style Light
      • LED Halo and Accent Lighting
      • Sold as a Set of Two Pieces
      • DOT Approved Under Compliance# QR1200190
      • Fits All 2005-2009 GT and V6 Mustangs


      Aggressive Design. Give your 2005-2009 GT or V6 Mustang a new look with a set of Raxiom Smoked Projector headlights that feature LED Halos. These Smoked Raxiom Mustang Projector Headlights have an aggressive design that flows nicely into the lines of the S197 Mustangs.

      Superior Lighting. The projector lenses light up the road ahead with a bright focused beam of light that not only looks great, but improves your night visibility. The LED Halo and accent lights give an exotic flair to your Mustang that sets it apart from the rest of the herd.

      DOT Approved. Equipped with H1 and H7 bulbs for high/low beams this pair of Smoked Mustang Headlights are DOT (Department of Transportation) approved for legal street use under compliance # QR1200190.

      Application. These Raxiom Smoked Projector Headlights are designed to fit 2005 to 2009 V6, GT, and Bullitt  Mustangs. Does not fit Shelby GT500 models.

      Bulb application. These One Piece Projector Headlights include H7 bulbs for low beams and H1 bulbs for their high beams.

      Technical Note. Not intended for use with vehicles equipped with Daytime Running Lights or Aftermarket HID Kits.




      Raxiom 49128

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Left Headlight
      • (1) Right Headlight
      • (2) High Beam Bulbs
      • (2) Low Beam Bulbs
        Hardware included:
      • Quick-Splice Connectors

      Tech Specs


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        Questions & Answers

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        Will It Fit My Mustang

        • Bullitt - 08, 09
        • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09
        • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09

        Will not work with Factory HID headlights

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