(approx) 1 Hour
Simple installation for anyone.
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Hey, guys. Today, we're gonna be taking a look at and installing the Raxiom LED Sequential Chase Front Turn Signals for 2015 to 2017 Mustangs. These are a fast and easy way to add sequential turn signals to the front of your Mustang. They'll sequence from the center out whenever the turn signals or the hazards are on until they're switched off. You're also upgrading to LED lighting with these turn signals, and these do have a little bit of a smoked lens on them so you get a different overall look completely. These are very easy to install. They're a direct replacement. There's no wiring involved at all. They'll plug right into your factory harness. I'll call this install a one out of three wrenches because of that. These do cost about $290. And we'll go ahead and show you how to get them installed on your car now. For this install, you'll need a 7-millimeter socket and either a ratchet or an impact gun, a body panel removal tool, and a Phillips-head screwdriver. All right, guys. We're gonna start the install by getting the car in the air and then actually removing our splash shield. So I have a 7-millimeter socket here, and I also have a body panel removal tool because there are two clips here on either side of the splash shield that we'll need to pull down. All right, guys. So the instructions say to remove your front bumper for the install. You don't necessarily have to. We just removed our splash shield and we have full access right here to our turn signals, our fog lights. The next step is we're gonna take a 7-millimeter socket, we're gonna go ahead and we're gonna undo the six bolts that are holding this assembly into place. You guys also might need a flat-head screwdriver just to get the brackets released from the clips. All right. There are six bolts here that are holding this entire thing into place. We'll go ahead and remove all of them. There's one here. There's one higher up here. We have another one down here, in this corner. All right, guys. Before we go any further, we will need to disconnect all of our electrical connections. So our turn signal and our fog light will need to be disconnected. There are three plugs up here. All right, guys. Now, you'll just need your flat-head screwdriver to help you release these clips here. This entire bracket is held onto the bumper with these clips. Once you pop the clips, the entire bracket and assembly will come out of place. We're gonna do the same thing on the other side. We'll remove the six bolts that are holding the bracket in place. All right. Now, we'll use our flat-head screwdriver to remove the bracket. All right. So at this point, we are going to take our turn signals out of the bracket here. There are three 7-millimeter bolts that are holding it in place. Now, we'll be able to remove the turn signal from the bracket. We're gonna do the same thing for the other side. We are gonna keep the factory hardware because the Raxiom turn signals will reinstall with the factory hardware. All right, guys. So here, we have our factory turn signals on the table compared with the Raxiom turn signals. First things first, your Raxiom turn signals have amber LEDs that run the entire length of the housing here. And if you guys just compare them, you can see how different the Raxiom turn signals look even when they're not on compared to your factory turn signals. With the Raxiom turn signal, you have a black housing with a slightly smoked lens. The housing is weather-sealed, so you don't have to worry about any moisture getting in there. Then, we'll flip this around and look at the wiring harness that we have here. There's a little bit more going on with the Raxiom turn signal. But the great news is they do have factory-like plugs, so you guys don't have to worry about doing any wiring. You're just gonna plug this right into your factory wiring harness. Then, we'll mount the boxes, and all that's left is to tuck up the wires and make sure they're not dangling. So let's go ahead and get the Raxiom turn signals into our factory brackets. All right, guys. So the first thing we're gonna do before we get this in the bracket is actually disconnect this electrical connection right here. The way that this installs through the bracket is it has to go in through the front side. And this big box that we have here, on the wiring harness, will not fit through this hole in the bracket. So we disconnect our electrical connection, we'll feed the wire in through and get our turn signal seated, and reinstall with the factory hardware. All right. So I'm snugging these bolts, but they really don't need to be too tight. You guys can see how that fits in the bracket. All right, guys. So once again, we'll disconnect our electrical connection. We'll slide this in through the front of the bracket, grab our factory hardware, and tighten these down. From here, we can go ahead and get these clipped back into the front fascia. I'm gonna start with this back clip here, and then I'm just pushing towards the front of the car. With this clipped into place, we'll go ahead and grab our six bolts and put them back in as well. All right, guys. Now, we'll plug in our control box, and then we'll find a place to mount it. Raxiom gives us self-tapping screws in order to mount these. All right. So now, we're gonna mount this to the chassis with the self-tapping screws that Raxiom gave us. Wherever you choose to mount to, you wanna make sure it's an area that you have plenty of clearance and that you can tuck and hide your wires up into. And these are Phillips-head screws that Raxiom gives you, so I have a little Phillips-head up here with me. After I get this mounted, I'm just gonna plug in my electrical connections, and then we'll move over to the other side. All right. So this connection is gonna go back into our fog light. So we'll plug in our fog light. Okay. And then we will plug in this brown connection right here, and then we will zip-tie these up. All right, guys. So the first thing we're gonna do on this side is mount our control box, and this is where we're choosing to mount our control box. I'm just gonna go ahead and drill into the frame here and make space for mounting. All right, guys. So now, we're gonna do the same thing on this side that we did on the other side. We're gonna go ahead and get this clipped into place. And we'll start by sliding the rear of the bracket into the clips first. And now, we'll get our hardware in place. All right, guys. Now, it's time to make our electrical connection. So what we're gonna do is we're going to plug in our fog light now. And then, we'll make sure that we grab the other side of the wiring harness for the turn signals and plug in our control box. And then, from here, we'll zip-tie all of our wires up, and then get our splash shield back into place. And then, I'll wrap up our install. All right, guys. That's gonna wrap up this review and install. Keep in mind, you can always check these out more online right here, at americanmuscle.com.
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