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Axial Dual Halo Projector Headlights; Black (10-12 GT, V6)

Item 102565
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      Product Information

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


      • Aggressive Styling
      • Black Housings
      • Clear Lenses
      • Projector Style Headlights
      • LED Halo & LED Accent Lighting
      • DOT Approved & Compliant Under FMVSS 108
      • Fits 2010-2012 GT and V6 without Factory HID Lighting


      Aggressive Styling. Change the appearance of your 2010-2012 S197 Mustang with a pair of Black Projector Dual Halo Headlights from Axial. These Black Projector Dual Halo Headlights have an aggressive design that blends nicely into the lines of the redesigned S197 Mustangs front fascia.

      Superior Lighting. The projector lenses found in these headlights light up the road ahead with a bright focused beam of light that not only looks great, but improves your night visibility. The integrated halo's and LED accent lighting will give your Pony a sexy exotic flair that separates it from the boring herd of look-a-likes.

      Bulb Application. These Axial Projector Headlights include (4) H1 bulbs and (2) amber signal bulbs as well as quick wire connectors for a straight forward and complete installation.

      DOT Compliant. Equipped with H1 high beam and H1 low beam bulbs, this pair of Dual Halo Headlights are DOT (Department of Transportation) compliant for legal street use under Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 108.

      Application. These Axial Black Mustang Dual Halo Projector Headlights are designed to fit 2010 to 2012 V6 and GT model Mustangs that are not equipped with the factory HID lighting. Does not fit Shelby GT500 Mustangs.

      Application Note. These Black Projector Headlights are designed to fit Mustangs equipped with standard halogen bulbs only.

      Technical Note. These Headlights are not intended for use with vehicles equipped with Daytime Running Lights or Factory HID Kits.


      Fitment: 2010 2011 2012 Details

      MPN# 102565

      CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


      Customer Reviews (62)

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      Ratings Summary

      3.9 out of 5 overall rating from 62 customers

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      • March 26, 2020

        1 2011 V6 - RJazz909 Installation Time: Afternoon

        Not Even Axial

        Where do I even start? I got these headlights because I loved the look and thought it would provide better/more light while driving. I did my best to look into these things before I bought them and apparently that was not good enough. Here on this site it says that they are Axial, which is a brand I know and trust. The box they came in is from a brand called "Junyun." The instructions were in black and white and also in broken English. I think I recall reading somewhere that they were from Thailand. I decided to disregard this and go through the length process of putting these on my Mustang. Got them installed with help from a relative within four hours or so. The only issue we had was the plug and play part. We plugged the main projectors into where we were supposed to and they didn't come on. Come to find out, there are three little medal connector rods that are supposed to fit into three holes in the plug attached to the car. The rods were not in the right place to go into the plug, so we had to use pliers and bend them into the proper position. After the install, they worked. Halo rings, projectors, high and low beams. Went out to dinner that night and drove separately from my relatives so they could see how they looked on the road. This is a quote from them, "Your lights are flickers. It looks like they're just jiggling up and down loosely and wherever they want. Also they are horribly aimed and blinding us via the rearview." A few weeks later I had to take my car in to a mechanic to fix a dead tire pressure sensor and had him try to adjust the headlights. Now I have read reviews on this very page that have all said "There are no adjusters." "There is a dial like any headlight." "There are two silver screws that finely adjusts them." I told my mechanic this and that I had the two silver screws. I got a call a day later saying, "Yeah so your headlights can't be adjusted. We tried the screws, they didn't work. We opened them up a little and there is literally no internal harness. Nothing is holding the lights. You can just stick your finger in and jiggle them around. That's why they look like they're bouncing. It's because they are. There is literally nothing holding them in place and there is nothing to adjust." So that has been my experience. Luckily I kept my stock stuff so I'll be switching back to my halogen bulbs until I find a decent replacement. Also, my mechanic, a guy I trust who knows what he is talking about, absolutely bashed lights with halos. So I do want to put that out there for any people looking at halo headlights. The LEDs in the halos usually aren't the best quality and end up flickering out and then dying pretty quick. Not to mention they usually aren't all that bright either. Just food for thought. Hope this helped. Currently I'm hoping I can return these headlights and get my money back without too much hassle. But as I'm writing this, Corona has the world in a panic so I'm not very optimistic.

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      • February 21, 2020

        1 2011 V6 - Randeep


        I bought this light on Dec 2019. Halo Rings are NOWHERE near what is shown in pics. In Daylight, they are so faint that they are not even visible. At night time, obviously they get stopped by main light. So HALO Rings are USELESS. Regarding, main H1 light bulbs..they are more off white than daylight white. So, it's nothing more than a normal Halogen Lights. I paid $400 labor to get this Useless product installed. Rip off!

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      • August 21, 2019

        2 2012 V6 - BrinkSr Installation Time: Afternoon

        Get Noticed

        I was not too sure about the product before buying but after buying the product and install it myself with Google and the directions from the she given you made things easier and after completion of the project. Turning everything on was breathtaking along with all of my friends and family taking notice. You can't help but get noticed everywhere you go the vehicle stands out Above the Rest with Clear Vision at night. Installation by myself and have never done this for the first time it took me about 4 hours along with taking breaks in the 100 degree Heat.

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      • July 19, 2019

        4 2011 V6 - SeanF Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Big improvement in appearance

        These headlights look much better than the factory headlights and the price is great for the improvement. The fitment is slightly (barely noticeable) and the lamps will need to be positioned correctly. Installing was easy but took some time because it requires taking off the front bumper. Be careful when removing parts as some may not want to budge and you don't want to crack anything. My problem is the visibility of the included bulbs and brightness of the LEDs. Visibility isn't terrible when properly positioned, but if you're spending money to upgrade you should see improvements. The LEDs in the halos are positioned at the bottom of the halo and illuminating upward filling the tube with light, making them quite dim in daytime. I would consider ordering some H1 or H13 LED headlight bulbs as well as the LED switchback turn signal conversion kit with these headlights. Would love to put a brighter LED in the halos as well.

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      • June 22, 2019

        1 2010 V6 - DCowboys

        Do not Buy

        first set lasted 3 months and the second set lasted about a month both sets lost the halo and the head light

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      • June 19, 2019

        1 2012 GT - StevenB

        10 12 gt v6 not true doesnt work for the gt

        Im very disappointed with the lights they look hreat but the plug does not work so they are useless

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      • June 03, 2019

        5 2012 GT - KG

        Axial Black Projector Dual Halo Lights

        Love them , they are great for seing better and look amazing. It really woke my mustang looks up

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      • May 13, 2019

        4 2010 GT - Ucantbeatbruce Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        I love these lights

        My mustang had the factory HID headlights, so they didn’t fit put the box (harness didn’t fit) but I took it to a local audio shop (Real Audio, Erie pa) and they rewired my harness.

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      • April 23, 2019

        3 2011 GT - GregB Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Great look bad design

        Had them installed maybe a month ago. Had no issues until headlight burnt the outside plastic causing a black burnt spot. Cant see anything at night, forced to try a different set

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      • March 19, 2019

        5 2012 V6 - Maxon Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Great headlights

        Great look and super easy to install. Totally change the look of your cars front end.

        Helpful (2)

      Questions & Answers (23 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      Are these under any type of warranty? I purchased mine here from AM and the lenses are peeling. They need to be replaced. Was wondering if there was any warranty with them.

      Whether or not I find a useable set of LED H1 bulbs versus Halogen bulbs, how do the high-beams work? If it simply switches from one H1 to another, it will provide Italy the same amount of light, so they come on together, right?

      • That is indeed correct, if you take a look at the install video it lends how these will look once the lights are on, and the brights. 

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      What is required to swap out the halogen bulbs for LED bulbs? I noticed that these headlights split the H13 connector into two separate H1 connectors, and that there isn't enough space in the housing to accommodate a heat sink, yet there are reviews mentioning it was possible?

      • All you have to do is find the correct version LED! To clarify, the H13 and H1 titles of these bulbs can be seen as the version. If you are looking to replace your headlights, regardless if you're going with Halogen or LED, you just need to make sure the lights you're getting also have H13 or H1.

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      I noticed that mine are aimed too high, how do I adjust these headlights, and will it require taking the bumper cover off?

      • On the back of the headlight housing you will notice a dial, of sorts. This dial, when turned one way or the other, offers this adjustment of the angle of your headlight bulbs. Just keep in mind it's very fine adjustments, so it may be upwards of 5 minutes or so until you notice a significant difference.

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      Can I just purchase these install them on my mustang ? With the factory light's or do I need to buy another bulb for these to work at their finest ?

      • TheAxial Black Projector Dual Halo Headlights come with the H1 bulbs as well as the amber signal bulbs. 

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      10 More Questions
      Are there any LED or HID bulbs that fit these headlights? 1 answer
      One of my high beam halo light is out. Just the ring light is out what can i do? 1 answer
      I cam barely see the wires in the video and im pretty new to this all, which color are the ground and live wires? i gried wiring my headlights but the LED’s and halos dont turn on, i think i might have wired to the wrong ones 1 answer
      Does anyone know if the LED H1 bulbs will fit in these or if there is a crisp white H1 bulb out there somewhere from a good brand by chance? Appreciate the help and thanks! 1 answer
      Hello i have these headlights on my 2011 Mustang GT, Passenger side High Low bulbs are out, where can i get the replacements? if not with AM, what would you do ? 1 answer
      Hi, I would like to know if these halos come with warranty ? 2 answers
      These bulbs are not that bright and someone recommended to use an LED bulb upgrade. Where can I find that? 1 answer
      Is There a video on how to install these cause the directions that good? 1 answer
      How do you adjust them? 1 answer
      How can I adjust the low and highbeams? My low beams are to high and the high beams are lightning directly on the ground in front of the car so there are useless. 1 answer

      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Driver Headlight
      • (1) Passenger Headlight
      • (4) H1 Headlight Bulbs
      • (2) Amber Signal Bulbs
      • (8) Quick Splice Connectors

      Tech Specs

      Will It Fit My Mustang

      • GT - 10, 11, 12
      • V6 - 10, 11, 12

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