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Justin: If you're looking for a premium Smoked LED Turn Signal for your 2015 through '17 Mustang, then you might wanna consider a set of the MP Concepts options that we have right here. Now the MP Turn Signals will offer that dual-color LED operation, including the white light for your basic running lights while switching to amber for both the turn signals and hazards. Now those modern LEDs are all housed in the durable ABS plastic housing here, featuring that really dark smoked lens that a lot of us Mustang owners really dig. Because these are more of a premium option in the category, the price point will reflect that at right around 200 bucks while the install itself will be pretty straightforward, however, there is a small amount of splicing needed to get everything up and running. So because of that, we are gonna nudge it up to a two out of three wrenches on the old difficulty meter here and about an hour or so to complete from start to finish. But hang out towards the end of the video, guys, and, of course, we'll show you how to get them in place.So if you skim through the aftermarket turn signal options for your S550 here on the site recently, you've probably noticed there are a ton of options, right? Now I guess that shouldn't really be too surprising here because as we all know if there is an area that can be modified or customized on a Mustang, owners will certainly take the opportunity to do so. And with that said, this leads us to the MP Concepts Smoked LED turn signals that we are gonna be breaking down here today. Now at first glance, guys, one of the big draws here with the MP Concepts Turn Signals will, of course, be that dark smoked lens, which is something that has appealed to Mustang owners for years. Now not only does it add a slightly more stealthy or sinister look to the front end, but when paired with other smoked options around the car, really contributes to that smoked or murdered outlook that is extremely popular with the Mustang. But looking past that smoked lens here, guys, is probably the most unique thing about these particular turn signals from MP Concepts and that is the layout of the three vertical rows of LEDs, giving you what I would say is almost that tri-bar design but for the turn signals themselves. Not only is this completely different from the other options currently in the category, but it's also gonna flow well with the gills or running lights in the factory '15 through '17 headlights. Now, these LEDs will deliver that two-color operation much like a switch backlight. And what that will do is give you that bright white light when the headlights or running lights are switched on but will flash amber with the turn signals or even your hazard lights. Now one big thing to point out here, guys, is that these particular options are not sequential. So, if you're looking for that feature, you are gonna have to consider a different option, maybe from Raxiom or even Morimoto instead.Let's briefly segue into the construction before talking about the install. And, again, guys, you are gonna find those modern dual-color LEDs housed in that durable ABS plastic base, while the smoked lens themselves are gonna be built from a polycarbonate material. Now the lights are sold in pairs here, so one for the driver, one for the passenger side. And they do, again, require a very small amount of splicing for proper operation, which is a great time to segue into that install and to give you a better idea of what that splicing is all about along with the rest of the installation, here is a detailed walkthrough along with that quick tool breakdown.Man: All right, tools used for this install: Phillips head screwdriver, push pin removal tool, wire crimpers and strippers, needlenose pliers, side cutters, electrical tape, 7-millimeter socket, extension, 0.25-inch drive, a good knife, and if you're taking your wheels off, a lug wrench or impact.All right, you can perform this modification on the ground. However, I do have it on a lift and I'm going to remove the wheel to gain a little bit more access so the camera can get in there. All right, now that we're inside the wheel well, you'll see that you have one, two, three, four, five pushpins to remove. Then we're gonna go up to here with a Phillips head. Sometimes it spins on itself so I like to put my tool behind it. Now we're ready to peel back our inner fender. All right, now that you have access to your fog light and turn signal, we're gonna disconnect the electrical connections. Get that out of the way. Then we're gonna use a 7-millimeter to take out the four bolts holding the whole assembly in. All right, now with all those removed, we're gonna pop our assembly out. We're gonna bring this to the bench.All right, once you have your turn signal and fog light bracket, we're gonna flip it upside down and remove the three bolts that are attaching the turn signal to the bracket, the ones...the two on the outside and the one on the top. All right, now remove your old turn signal and install your new one using the same hardware you just took out. All right, now, this is ready to go back into the car and we're ready to wire it up.Be careful, I'm gonna use the hand on the inside and one on the outside. You wanna make sure that your body clips line up. You're gonna hear a couple clicks, that's gonna make sure that it is in the bumper. And then we're gonna use the hardware we took out. We're gonna be reinstalling our stock hardware. All right, and the two last ones are on the inside. All right, now we're going to disconnect our headlight and bring the harness down. All right, we are gonna be splicing into the turn signal harness and the headlight harness. We're gonna be using the black on this one and the blue, and then we're gonna be using the gray and purple on the headlight harness right here. So you'll see a purple and gray and then a gray and purple. We're gonna be using the solid gray with the purple stripe. All right, let's get into wiring.All right, now we're gonna take our supplied vampire clips and get the blue wire clipped up the way it should be. Just like that. And then on the other side, we are going to clamp the black wire. All right, now for our headlight harness, I brought the wrapping up a little bit to expose a little more wire. Again, we are after this solid gray with the purple stripe. We're gonna take our vampire clip and we are going to secure it on that wire. All right, now we're gonna bring our new harness up, connect it to our new turn signal. And then I added this spade electrical connection ends, so we can easily put that right in the end here for plug and play installation. Again, the black is going to the black, the yellow will go to the blue wire. This white wire will go to your gray and purple striped wire. You can take your headlight harness, bring it up and make that connection. Now I'm gonna put some electrical tape around this, clean it up a little bit more.All right, now that we're done wiring and we tested our lights, make sure they work, we are going to reinstall our splash shield in our inner fender. It's gonna go on the same way it came off with the pushpins, Christmas tree clips on the end here. And then underneath, you have your two, you got one on the inside as well, and then one on the top of the fender there. Tighten this down. Now we're ready to put our wheel back on.That's gonna wrap up my install of these LED Turn Signals. For more, stay here at americanmuscle.com.
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Fitment: 2015 2016 2017
MP Concepts 404450
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(approx) 1 Hour
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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