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Raxiom Axial Series LED Rear Side Marker Lights; Smoked (99-04 Mustang)

Item 408818
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      Video Review & Installation

      Justin: The Axial Smoked LED Rear Side Markers that we have here today will appeal to all '99-'04 owners who are looking to help complete that smoked outlook with your New Edge and wanna add some very bright LED lighting in the process. Now, the Axials will be sold in sets of two for right around 40 bucks, and the install is going to involve the smallest amount of wiring possible. So figure strong one out of three wrenches on the old difficulty meter here. And the site's gonna call this a couple of hours to complete from start to finish. I don't think it's gonna take you guys that long, but either way, hang with me for a bit and we'll walk you through the job later in the video. So, first things first, guys, I do wanna say that if you're just simply looking to smoke the rear marker lights on your New Edge, you certainly can save some money and just check out a traditional vinyl tint kit instead.In fact, you can tint pretty much every light on your ride using the different options from SEC10 here at americanmuscle.com. So, as always, check those out if you're looking to save a few bucks, or if you just prefer to go the vinyl route instead and forego all of the extra goodies. Now, on the other hand, if you really dig the smoked look, and you do wanna add some brightness through a modern LED along with a unique lighting pattern, then the Axial might be a great choice. Now, let's first talk a little bit more about that unique pattern because, unlike the factory marker lights that utilize a single dull incandescent bulb, the Axials here on the other hand are gonna utilize more of a high intensity LED strip that's going to illuminate the entire length of the marker itself. Now compare that again through the factory housing and one that's been covered with smoked vinyl, and you're gonna get that one little lone bright spot or hotspot right in the center while the rest of the marker is just kind of dead for lack of a better word.Now, those LEDs are gonna be housed in the ABS plastic base here while being topped off with that smoked polycarbonate lens, of course, and will be a carbon copy of the factory lights from a design or footprint aspect. Meaning they're gonna be a 100% direct replacement and there's no need for any drilling modification or anything crazy like that. Now, again, there will be some very minor wiring here needed to get the Axials up and running, but it is pretty basic stuff. And Axials does include some vampire clips to get you all wired up and up and running in no time whatsoever. But to give you guys a better idea of how the swap and that wiring will go down, check out our detailed walkthrough right now, along with the quick tool breakdown.Man: Tools used for this install are a ratchet, cordless impact driver, a Phillips head screwdriver, 10-millimeter socket, 11-millimeter socket, 10-millimeter wrench, and a clipper removal tool. So, for this install, we are gonna have to pop the corners of our rear bumper off. We don't need to fully remove the bumper. The first step of this is actually gonna take place inside the trunk. You only need a few hand tools to get the job done, and I'm gonna walk you through every step of it. So let's get started. So there are two nuts located on the inside corners of each side of our trunk. I need to get those two nuts in order to loosen up the corners of the bumpers to get to the lights. In order to give myself better access, I'm gonna remove this plastic panel here in the rear, as well as some of these trunk liners to get them out of my way so I have access to those two nuts. I'll use my clip removal tool to pop these clips out, and then I can remove my plastics and my liner.Now that I have my rear trunk liner out of my way, I'll just move my lower floor mat back a little bit, and then I can take my sideliner and just push it down and move it out of my way. That's gonna expose these two nuts here on the inside of the trunk lid. And this is gonna be the exact same thing on the other side, minus the fuel filler neck. Now that I have my liners moved out of my way, I can use my 11-millimeter socket. I have it on a small impact gun, but a ratchet will work just as well. And I'm gonna remove the two 11-millimeter nuts on the inside of the trunk. Now out here on the outside of the vehicle, here at the rear wheel well, we're gonna remove the two Phillips head screws on the front of the back bumper. I'm just gonna use my Phillips head screw bit on my ratchet here, but a Phillips head screwdriver can be used just as well.Next, on the bottom of the rear bumper, I'm going to remove the two clips using my clip removal tool, and I'll just pop these out of place. Now that I have all that hardware removed, I can work on my corner of the bumper a little bit and just pull it out of place. This gives me access to the two 10-millimeter nuts on the back of the reflector. Now, I can take my 10-millimeter socket on my ratchet and remove the two 10-millimeter nuts on the back of the reflectors.So, I'm just about ready to mount this to my rear bumper. And what I'm actually gonna have to do because my wires are actually coming out of my mounting studs in the back of my lights is I'm gonna have to thread the wires through the holes for the mounting studs. And then once I have both wires threaded through the holes, I'll have to thread the nuts over the wires and tighten them down with an open-end wrench.Now I can thread my wires through the nuts, and then I'll thread the nuts onto the backs of the studs for the light.I'll just get these started by hand, and then I'll tighten them down with my wrench. Now I can take my 10-millimeter open-end wrench and I can tighten up the nuts on the backs of the studs to secure everything in place. Located directly behind our new LED light, there is a body plug. This leads directly into the trunk space. And what I'm gonna do is I'm going to use my box cutter and I'm gonna poke a small hole into this body plug, and then I will fish my wires through there, into the trunk area where I can hook them up to my tail lights or wire source.Now, I can pass my wires through the hole that I just made in this body plug and then pull them through the other side. Now that I have the wires passed through into the trunk compartment, I can just pull the rest of the slack through. With my wires passed through into my trunk compartment, I'm just gonna go ahead and line up the studs from my bumper bracket, but I'm not going to fully install my rear bumper just yet. I'm gonna make sure I have all of my wiring completed and working properly before I finished this install. Now that I have my wires fished here into my trunk compartment, I'm actually gonna be running into my tail light connector, and I'm just gonna disconnect it to give me the slack that I need to make the job a little easier. And the wires I'm looking for are actually the brown wire and the black wire. I'm gonna be taking my green wire and connecting it to brown, which is my power. And my black wire is gonna go to the black wire on the connector. That's my ground. And once I have these wires located, I can use the provided scotch connectors and tap into those circuits.Once I have those connections made, I can plug my tail light back in and test my circuit. Now that I have my connections made properly and I've tested my circuit to make sure that it is working, I can start putting things together, but before I do that, I'm just gonna tidy up some of my wiring and zip tie it into place with one of the provided zip ties from the kit. This is just gonna take the slack out of all of this so that it's nice and neat. And once I have this all bundled up here, I can start reinstalling my bumper after I've completed the same exact process on the other side of the vehicle. Now, I'm ready to reinstall the hardware for my real bumper bracket. There are the two 11-millimeter nuts that I removed earlier. They're located here. And the other one behind the fuel filler neck down there. And I'll just use my 11-millimeter socket to tighten those up.Now I can start reinstalling my trunk liners and my trunk panels. I'm just lining up my side panel here and getting that reinstalled into place. Now, I can reinstall my back panel and the plastic cover. Now I can get my rear plastic and my four push pins reinstalled. Now, I can take my Phillips head screwdriver again and reinstall the two Phillips head screws located on the front of the back bumper in the wheel arch. Finally, I can reinstall my two push clips at the bottom of the bumper.And that's gonna wrap up this review and install of the Axial Smoked LED Rear Side Marker Lights, fitting your 1999 to 2004 Mustang. Thanks for watching and for all things Mustang, keep it right here at americanmuscle.com.

      Product Information

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

      Features

      • Smoked Rear LED Side Markers
      • Lighting Appearance Upgrade
      • Powerful Red SMD LED Strips
      • Smoked Polycarbonate Lenses
      • Durable ABS Plastic Housings
      • Simple Installation
      • Includes Driver and Passenger Side Rear Markers
      • Fits All 1999-2004 Ford Mustang Models

      Description

      Lighting Appearance Upgrade. A set of Axial Smoked LED Rear Side Marker Lights is an excellent way to update the exterior styling of your 1999-2004 Ford Mustang. These Rear Side Marker Lights feature a razor sharp LED strip that replaces the unsightly hot spot of the factory lights. These Axial Rear Side Marker Lights not only look fantastic, but they are also much brighter than the weak stock incandescent lights for increased visibility day or night.

      Quality Construction. Axial manufactures its Side Marker Lights with injected molded ABS plastic housings for durability, and use smoked polycarbonate lenses for aggressive good looks. These Side Marker employee high output, red SMD LED strip lighting for super bright illumination. Axial ensures that its Side Marker Light housings are weather sealed to prevent dirt and moisture from harming the state of the art electronics found inside.

      Simple Installation. Axial designed its LED Side Marker Lights to be a direct upgrade for your Mustang's original factory lights. Scotchlok connectors are included for an easy install. Just pop out the old factory side markers and disconnect the wiring harness. Plug the harness into the back of your new LED Side Markers and snap them in place of the old ones. It's that simple!

      Application. These Axial Smoked LED Rear Side Marker Lights are designed to fit all 1999-2004 Ford Mustang models. Includes driver and passenger side rear markers.

      Fitment:

      Raxiom 408818

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Driver Side / Left Hand LED Side Marker
      • (1) Passenger Side / Right Hand LED Side Marker
      • (4) Scotchlok Connectors
      • (4) Zip Ties
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