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Raxiom Axial Series 6000K LED Headlight Bulbs; H13 (05-12 Mustang)

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      Hey, guys. Adam here with Today we're taking a closer look at, and of course, installing the Axial H13 LED headlight replacement bulbs available for the '05 to '12 Mustangs with factory halogens. Now, if your Mustang did come with factory halogens, then you might wanna swap them out for something that's gonna be a lot brighter, a lot more of a pure white, and something that's a lot more attractive than those factory bulbs. LED replacements from Axial or an easy swap. They plug right into the factory harness. There's no cutting, no splicing, no rewiring. It's a direct plug and play, and it makes a huge impact on the front-end appearance and the visibility of your S197. Those factory halogen bulbs are pretty bright off the factory line, but they're not the most attractive bulb you can get for your front-end without swapping the whole headlight. Those factory bulbs are more of a yellowish hue, something around 4000K color temperature. So if you're looking for a crisp, pure white light, the LED Axial replacement bulbs have an SMD LED power-saving technology that glows a 6000K color temp, which is more of a pure white light. So it's a lot crisper, it's a lot more vibrant, and it definitely has a greater visibility than those factory bulbs.The nice thing about this is it's plug and play, comes in right around 75 bucks for the pair. It's got an inline resistor to make sure they don't flicker or anything like that, and the SMD power-saving technology makes sure that they're gonna last a whole lot longer. LEDs are a very popular aftermarket swap for headlight bulbs and tail light bulbs, really, and overall, they make a big difference in appearance in a very cost-effective way.The install, of course, gets one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter because you are literally just changing your light bulbs. With that said, you're just gonna twist your factory ones out, plug in your new ones, and pop them right back in, no modification necessary. I'm gonna walk you through that whole process. It'll take you about 10, 15 minutes from start to finish. What do you say we get started?All right. This one's gonna be pretty simple. All you have to do is pop your hood and you can reach your hand to the back of the headlight on each side, twist out the factory bulb, disconnect it, plug it into the new one, and then put the bulb back in. It's gonna be extremely simple. I will say, however, it's gonna be difficult to see on camera. We're gonna be sticking our hand behind the headlight. So it's a really tight confined space. So you might not exactly see it, but you're basically just going right to the back of the headlight to twist the factory bulb out. It is extremely simple. Let's get started.All right. So we're starting here on the passenger side headlight. In order to get that bulb about, you're basically gonna stick your hand right down this hole, twist counter-clockwise, pull it back, and bring it up. More specifically, the bulb is right underneath of this fender line here where it meets the shroud just at this corner. So we're gonna go right under there, grab it, twist counter-clockwise, and bring the entire bulb up here. So this is what it looks like. It's gonna seat right around here, counter-clockwise this way, pull it back, and bring it up. From there, you can pinch and disconnect the harness. In my left hand here, I have the Axial LED headlight bulb. This is the H13/9008 headlight series. This one here is the factory halogen. You can see a very clear difference in the bulb style, this one versus this guy here, this is a traditional halogen. This is a traditional LED. This guy here is gonna give you that 6K color temperature, which is that pure white. The factory halogen is more of a warmer color. You get maybe a 5K, maybe a 4,500K, something that is a little bit yellower. So if you're looking for that more modern look, the LED is definitely gonna be it. And at this point, you can see the connection style, the actual bulb socket around the edges here have the same sort of tabs as the factory one. So it'll lock right in. Aside from that, I'm gonna put this down, you can see the new Axial bulb here has an inline resistor and it goes right into the factory-style connector. So these guys will plug right in just like this, and now we can install it.All right. So the installation is just going in reverse order. We're gonna tuck the wiring back down there, go right into the factory socket on the back of the headlight. And you're probably gonna have to rotate it until it seats itself in all the way. And then once you have it locked in place, you can repeat on the other side. All right. Twisting in that socket, it's locked in place. Repeat on the other side.That's gonna wrap up my review and install for the Axial H13 LED replacement headlight bulbs, available for the '05 to '12 Mustangs with factory halogens. If you're looking for a crisp, pure white headlight bulb without swapping the entire headlight to save some money, this is a great way to go. Pick yours up right here at

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


      • H13 / 9008 Series Headlight LED Bulb Kit
      • Improves Lighting and Appearance
      • Power Saving SMD LED Technology
      • Color Temperature - 6000K
      • Dual Beam Design - High/Low Beam In One
      • Simple Replacement Installation for Halogen Bulbs
      • Sold as a Pair
      • Fits 2005-2012 Ford Mustang Models


      Enhanced LED Lighting. Upgrade the weak factory headlight halogen bulbs on your 2005-2012 Mustang with these Axial H13 LED Headlight Bulbs. These high powered LEDs replace your halogen H13 (aka 9008) bulbs to ensure that the road ahead of you is clearly lit for improved visibility and safer travels.

      HID Style Lighting. Axial's H13 LED Headlight Bulbs produce a brilliant 6000K light that surpasses the color of many expensive HID (High Intensity Discharge) kits for improved vision and impressive styling, all without the high cost or installation hassles.

      Dual Beam Design. These H13 Series LED Headlight Bulbs feature a dual beam design with both high and low beams in one convenient LED bulb making them perfect for use in your 2005-2012 Mustang.

      Power Saving Technology. The included Bulbs utilize SMD LED technology to produce a super bright light while only consuming 1/10th of the power of the factory incandescent bulb. These LED bulbs are rated at over 30,000 hours of continuous use.

      Simple Installation. These Axial LED Headlight Bulbs are engineered to be a direct replacement for your Mustang's factory halogen bulbs. The required ballasts and wiring harnesses are included making for a simple hassle free installation.

      Application. These Axial H13 LED Headlight Bulbs are specifically designed for use on 2005-2012 Ford Mustang models equipped with factory halogen headlight bulbs. Does not fit HID equipped models or models with aftermarket projector headlights installed.




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