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Raxiom Axial Series LED Side Marker Lights; Smoked (10-14 Mustang)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Hey guys, Adam here from And today, we're taking a quick look at installing the Axial LED Side Marker Lights in the smoked finish available for the '10 to '14 Mustang. Now as you can see, this is a really simple but very impactful mod for the S197 owners. We're gonna swap out factory, very traditional marker lights in favor for some that can blend in a little bit more with their smoked finish, give you a more stealthy aggressive look, but also have a brighter, more attractive, and safer LED light. Now, these use LEDs instead of one singular incandescent bulb in all four corners. That incandescent bulb gives you a hot spot of one singular light in the middle, surrounded by reflectors, whereas these, the Axial ones, have one solid thin LED strip that goes across from corner to corner while the rest of it is a smoked black housing with a smoked polycarbonate lens. It's just more of an upgrade. It's a more modern approach to something that otherwise you don't really notice on a vehicle, but when you upgrade it to these LEDs, it's something that gives you a strong pop at the front and rear.Now it's worth noting that the rear of course has a red LED to sort of match those brake lights. And the front has an amber LED to sort of match the parking lights and turn signals. So that's really the traditional way of doing it amber in the front, red in the rear, and that's gonna be the same here. Now the nice thing about the LEDs is that they don't require any splicing or really anything fancy at all. They're gonna pop right into place, the housing will crop right into the vehicle, just like the factory one, and the lights actually plug into the factory bulb sockets, you just got to pop the bulb out, plug the LED connector in, and then pop it back into the vehicle. It's that simple. This is gonna run you about 150 bucks for the set of four. You can knock out the front and the rear in about 20 minutes from start to finish. They're extremely easy to knock out. The fronts have two 10-millimeter nuts holding it on from the inside, so just get behind the wheel well liner there and you'll be able to get them off with a simple ratchet and socket set. It'll take you again about 20 minutes, one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter of course, I'm gonna walk you through the entire process. What do you say we get started.Tools used in the install include a quarter-inch ratchet, seven and 10-millimeter deep sockets, and a panel removal tool. Now for the uninstall, I'm gonna start here on the rear side. Now the rear marker here is actually a little bit easier than the front, it's just held on by a little clip. I'm gonna use a plastic panel removal tool to pop this guy off. I recommend plastic. Metal can scratch the paint. This plastic one can easily go up against the paint without scratching it. You're gonna do exactly what I just did. You're gonna go into this inner corner by the wheel well, you're gonna pry out, dig up underneath just like that, and it snaps out of place. You'll see this little plastic clip holds it right into that body. So when you reach underneath, you're basically just hitting that and it unclips. Now we can unplug the harness, plug in the new one and it'll be good to go to move on to the front. All right, from here once you have the backside visible, I'm just gonna pinch and disconnect where that socket plugs in.Now that we have the factory rear marker light out, I wanna compare that to the Axial LED option. And this is gonna apply to the front as well with the exception of a being amber in the front and red in the rear. You can see that the factory one uses a red lens with a chrome red reflective interior, and it uses one single bolt right there in the middle. So it's a hot spot when it comes to the light with an incandescent bulb. The new one here uses a black interior with a smoked lens on the outside, and an LED bar that goes straight across from end to end. So unlike the factory one, it's gonna be a lot brighter and more attractive. It's also gonna fill the entire marker light, instead of just being fixated to that middle there with reflectors on both sides. So this is gonna be just a lot more modern, a lot more attractive, and it blends in a little bit more with our paint here of course, because of the dark color when the lights are off. Now the rear again, it's gonna be a red LED. The front is the exact same quality and style. It's just gonna have an amber LED to match the parking and turn signal lights upfront.Next on the back of the factory light, you're gonna twist the bulb socket out, counterclockwise till it clicks, pull it straight back. Now because we're using an LED that's gonna plug into here, we have to remove this bulb. The bulb you can just pinch and pop it out, set it aside. Now when it comes to swapping over, I'm actually gonna plug this into the factory harness first just like that. Bring up our LED. Take a look at the LED wiring harness, you'll have a red wire and a black wire. Red's your power, black's your ground. Have a look at the wiring harness on the factory vehicle. You wanna make sure the black wire on your new connector is on the same side as the black wire on the factory harness. So we're just gonna plug that into right with that factory bulb was. All right, just like that, may have to put a little bit of pressure on there to get it to snap in. All right, once it snaps in, you can see if the black wire is up top. Black wire here is up top. Red wire is on the bottom. Matches up with the white and purple wire on the factory harness.Now that we have the wires matched up, I'm actually gonna unplug it, so that we can feed the harness back into the light, and seal it up by putting the socket back in the housing. Twist clockwise to lock it in place, connect to the connector one more time, and snap it in. So that clicks in over this side where that little hook is. Now we can start on the front. All right, now starting on the front here on our driver side I actually turn the wheel inward more to expose these two bolts a little bit more, grab a 7-millimeter socket. We're gonna take these two off, and that'll help us peel the liner back a little bit to get to the back of the factory light. Okay, from there, I may need to peel this up just a little bit more. With that like that, you can reach your hand right into the back of the light there. Now it's impossible to see on camera, but on the back of the light in each corner, it's like a plastic nut. It's about 10 millimeters, grab a deep socket, go right through the back, and get it off on both sides. All right. There's that nut, right on the back there. So one side is free. You can see I can push on that just a little bit just like that. We have one more on the other side. Once you get it loose enough, you should be able to get the second one off by hand just like that. All right, crush on those studs, wiggle it out of place. All right, from here you can see the two plastic studs, one on each side that holds it into the body. And there was the metal clip that I just took off this plastic nut here, threaded on just like that, able to get that guy off. From here, we're basically just gonna take it, twist, and disconnect. Pinch the bulb and pull it out just like we did before.Now I know we already looked at the stock one compared to the actual one at the rear, and it's pretty much gonna be the same for the front with the exception of it being amber on the factory, one instead of red, and the LED on the new one is gonna be amber instead of red of course. But I wanna take a quick look at the back here. You can see's the same OEM quality. We have the new studs looking very similar to the old studs. Only difference is, it doesn't come with new nuts. You're gonna reuse the factory nuts. And of course, you have the LED wire on the back. So I'm gonna set this factory one down. We're basically just gonna plug this guy in the same way we did before making sure the black lines up with the black for the wires on the factory harness, and then we'll snap it in, and put the factory nuts back through. Alright, we can see the black wire here on top and the black wire on top of the factory harness. So I'm just gonna plug that in exactly the same way. It's one of the benefits of leaving that socket still in there. Feed the harness back into the new light. Might take you a little bit and be a little stiff. Twist to make sure it locks in and seat this back in place.With that seated, grab the factory nuts, go back into the wheel well liner and thread it onto the stud. Okay, putting that down, do the same thing for the other corner. Little easier to get back on than it is to get them off. You can even sometimes do it by hand. Once you have that connected all the way through, we can put our two bolts back in the wheel well. From here we can just pop that wheel well liner back in place. It is pretty stiff, so might be a little bit difficult. You can push down on the edge of the belly pan there to help guide it back in. Squeeze that back under the bumper there. Same thing at the top. Boom. Bring that back in. Grab that factory 7-millimeter and tighten it down. Okay, repeat this entire process on the other side of the vehicle and you're good to go. That's gonna wrap up my review and install for the Axial LED Side Marker Lights and the smoked finish available for the '10 to '14 Mustang. You can get yours right here at

      Product Information

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


      • Smoked LED Side Markers
      • Lighting Appearance Upgrade
      • Powerful Red and Amber SMD LED Strips
      • Smoked, Polycarbonate Lenses
      • Durable ABS Plastic Housings
      • Plug and Play Installation
      • Includes Front and Rear Side Markers
      • Fits 2010-2014 Ford Mustang Models


      Lighting Appearance Upgrade. An excellent way to update the exterior styling of your 2010-2014 Ford Mustang is with a pair of Axial Smoked LED Side Marker Lights. These Side Marker Lights feature a razor sharp LED strip that replaces the unsightly hot spot of the factory lights. These Axial 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 (rear) and amber (front) 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.

      Plug-and-Play Installation. Axial designed its LED Side Marker Lights to be a direct plug and play upgrade for your Mustang's original factory lights. There is absolutely no cutting, splicing or resistors required. 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 Front and Rear Side Marker Lights are designed to fit all 2010-2014 Ford Mustang models. Includes front and rear side markers.


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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Front - Driver Side (Left Hand) Side Marker
      • (1) Front - Passenger Side (Right Hand) Side Marker
      • (1) Rear - Driver Side (Left Hand) Side Marker
      • (1) Rear - Passenger Side (Right Hand) Side Marker

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