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Map Light LED Conversion Kit (05-14 All)

Item 49218
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      Review & Installation Video

      Hey, guys. Today, we're gonna be taking a look at and installing the Map Light LED Conversion Kit for all 2005 to 2014 Mustangs. This kit is an inexpensive and easy way to update your interior lighting. It gives you two LED bulbs that give a bright white light with more even light distribution when you compare it to your stock bulbs. The kit's very easy to install, I'll call it a one out of three wrenches in the difficulty meter, and it costs about 30 bucks. I'll show you how to get these in the car now. So there are technically two different ways that you can replace your Map Light bulbs. You can just remove this lens here with a flathead screwdriver or you can pull this entire housing down. I like to pull the entire housing down, I think it's just a little bit easier to do it that way, so that's how I'm gonna show you guys to do it. So, literally, I'm just grabbing the housing, it's held in by two clips on either side here. They are strong, but you just pull down they'll unclip. They're these clips right here. You can see that one metal piece stayed up in the car. It's not a big deal we'll just push our plastic tab backup and know it when we reinstall this. So from here, we're literally just gonna grab our light socket and pull it out of the housing. So, the bulb might be a little bit warm, if you decided to leave your battery connected like we did, you don't necessarily have to disconnect the battery, but you can if you want to. I'm just gonna use a microfiber, grab the bulb and pull it right out like that. Okay, so here you have your stock bulb, and then you have the bulbs that come in your kit. You get two of these bulbs, they are T10 style bulbs, and they have five LEDs on them. You can see the four LEDs around the side and one LED on the top. They are a direct replacement, which means all you have to do is pull your stock bulbs out and slide these in. I will say that the LED bulbs do have polarity, which means that they only work when they're plugged into the socket one way and I'll show you guys exactly what I mean. So these are specific so you could see the bulb's lit now, so you can see that when you plug it in this way the bulb still plugs in, but it doesn't function. So if you guys did decide to disconnect your battery for the install just know that when you reconnect your battery, if your Map lights don't work, all you have to do is switch them around. All right, so at this point, you'll just take your bulb and your socket and insert it into the housing. Okay, so there is a chance that because the LED bulbs are so large, it won't fit into the housing this way. So you have two choices at this point. If you decided to do the install this way and take down your housing, you can trim your housing right here, so the LED bulb will fit. If you didn't wanna do that, your other option is to install the other way and actually remove the lens on the bottom of the housing here. So, that's what I'm gonna do so we don't have to end up trimming, you guys can do whatever works best for you. I'm gonna pull the bulb out then I'm going to plug the socket back in even though it's empty. Grab a flathead screwdriver, you can see there are little notches where you can pry down your lens. Pull our lens off. From here I can plug in my LED. Once again, make sure that once you plug in your LED, if it doesn't light up then you have to flip it the other way. There we go. All right, you can see it's plugged in, our LED is lit, so at this point what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna put the housing backup since I know the LED bulbs won't fit through the housing this way and then I need to do it through the lens. But I also wanna show you guys a side by side comparison since we have one LED installed and one stock bulb still in here. All right, guys, so side by side you can see there's a big difference between the LED Conversion and your stock bulb. The LED Conversion gives a nice bright white light. It's definitely much brighter than your stock bulb which is like a yellowish orange type of light. Also with an LED you get a lot more uniform light distribution than you would with your stock bulbs. All right, guys, so now that you've seen a comparison I'm gonna pull the housing back down, remove the stock bulb and then get the new LED bulb into place. Okay, so same thing on this side we will just remove the bulb with the socket here. Since this is hot, I'm gonna use a microfiber towel, again, scrub the bulb, pull it out and since we know that our larger LED bulbs won't fit through the housing this way, I'm gonna plug the empty socket back in. I'll flip this server, use my flathead screwdriver to grab the lens. I'm finding a spot on the lens and I'm using that to pry off. Okay, so I'm, gonna grab my LED bulb, put it in the socket. Luckily I guessed correctly and have the right polarity on the bulb. You can see on the lens that there are three tabs, there's one that's larger. You wanna insert the larger tab first and then slide the other two in. So my large tab goes here, from here I'll just be able to push and get the lens back in place, and then I'll be able to rehang this entire housing. All right, guys, that's gonna wrap up this review and install. Keep in mind that you can always check this kit out more online right here at

      Product Information

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


      • Improves Lighting and Appearance
      • Power Saving 5050 SMD Technology
      • Bright White Color
      • 5-LED T10 Style Wedge Base Light Bulb
      • Kit Includes 2 LED Bulbs
      • Fits All 2005 to 2014 Mustangs


      Improves Lighting And Appearance. Improve the appearance and lighting of your Mustangs interior by installing a Map Light LED Conversion Kit. This conversion kit replaces those weak incandescent factory bulbs with super bright white LED's, to light the dark.

      Power Saving 5050 SMD Technology. The bulbs included in this LED Conversion Kit utilize 3-chip 5050 SMD technology to produce super bright light while only consuming 1/10th of the power of the factory incandescent bulb. These LED bulbs are rated at 100,000 hours of continuous use.

      Application. This Map Light LED Conversion Kit is specifically designed for use on the 2005 to 2014 Ford Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Bullitt, BOSS, and Shelby GT500 models.

      Technical Note. Some minimal trimming of the map light housing may be required for proper fitment.

      Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

      MPN# 49218

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      Customer Reviews (100+)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.6 out of 5 overall rating from 100+ customers

      • April 07, 2020

        5 2014 V6 - ConnerM

        Much better than original

        Really easy install and lights the car up great! I have the blue carbon fiber interior and makes it look great!

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      • April 03, 2020

        5 2005 GT - OmegaRGB

        Great kighting

        this works amazing. it lights the inside of the car more brightly while looking nice. Even though I broke one of the buttons which sucks so one of them doesnt work but even with one light it still lights the whole inside of the car

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      • March 16, 2020

        5 2012 GT - GTjoe

        Update Interior Map-lights

        Replacement lights are AWESOME..... nice and bright.... not dull and yellow like the OEM lights. Took about 20 minutes total time to install.

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      • January 23, 2020

        5 2012 GT500 - CLEON


        I love the light difference, I can actually read by this light, no dark shadows I'm very happy.

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      • January 10, 2020

        1 2010 V6 - Jimmy

        Initially nice

        Bought a set of these and plugged them in and was very pleased with them but, after only a couple months one started to flicker and the other was close behind to start flickering in sympathy to its mate. they both flicker intermittently and my displeasure grows as I regret spending $30 for these low quality LED's. Save your money until this gets fixed.

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      • December 21, 2019

        5 2009 GT - GiorgioS

        very good

        Very well great look symply to install ok for my 45 th

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      • December 18, 2019

        5 2014 GT - Nathen


        The stock lights for the Mustang are okay, but the minute you put these new bad boy LED light bulbs in, it's like you put a blue hued sun inside of your car. I'm serious, this is bye far one of my favorite modifications I have done to my Mustang. For what you spend on buying these lights, they are definitely worth the money. If you don't have these in your Mustang, you are seriously missing out.

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      • December 10, 2019

        5 2006 V6 - Travis

        LED Conversion

        Nice and bright, easy to install, gives more modern clean look

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      • November 29, 2019

        5 2012 GT - Jetblackstang

        Night and day difference

        I installed these lights myself on my car 2 weeks ago and they are still shinning bright. These shine so much better than the stock bulbs, especially in the dark.

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      • November 22, 2019

        3 2012 V6 - Stymyx

        Great, until they started flickering

        I bought these back in late 2015 and they have been great, until a month ago (October 2019) when one of them started flickering. I was surprised to read many recent reviews saying they've started to flicker after a time (for some folks as soon as just 2 months). Back when I bought them, I didn't read any such reviews. Well, I managed to get 4 years out of mine. I might buy another set for spares. It seems strange to have to do that, since LED bulbs are usually pretty bulletproof. I guess the electronics in these just aren't very good.

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      Questions & Answers (23 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      Do These LEDs Dim When Shutting Off? The conventional OEM bulbs dim gradually when shutting off. That's a nice feature, I think. Do these LEDs perform the same?

      • They do. They behave the same way as the incandescent bulbs.

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      Are these a direct replacement install? Is the only thing you need are the LED bulbs to replace the map lights?

      • Yes...a direct replacement. take your time removing the map light unit from the ceiling. it is attached very well..but snaps out, just takes some careful oomph to remove. then unplug the power connection and allow factory bulbs to cool as they will be extremely hot to touch.

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      What is the warranty on these lights? I bought a set a while back and one is flickering.

      • Raxiom does have a full two-year warranty on all their products.

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      Is the removal of the map light housing more complicated in convertibles? I have a 2013 V6 Premium Convertible, I have been pulling down hard on that housing and have not been able to get it off. I was wondering if what may be making it more difficult is the control for the power roof. Would I be better off trying to pop out the lenses or should it be safe to just pry it off?

      • Pull from the back of the housing I have a convertible too it's easier that way

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      Can i used these for my license plate light

      • The license plate light takes T10 bulbs as well, and should work. We carry a separate option for license plate and glove lights with item number 49180.

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      10 More Questions
      What causes them to start flickering frequently after a few weeks? 1 answer
      Where can I get the Lenses that go over the LEDS themselves? Mine are all burnt out and need replacing. Thanks. 1 answer
      What if I still see a slight glow after the light is turned off.?. 1 answer
      Can you get these in red? 1 answer
      Do these lights have a similar resistance to a standard halogen? I have tried a number of different LED lights and the lack of resistance tends to set off my ultra-sensitive alarm. 1 answer
      Hey guys. I just recieve these LED lights for my 13' convertible. so its the same way to take out dome box as coupe ???? thank u 1 answer
      Those leds would fit in a convertible? 1 answer
      Raxiom Map Light LED Conversion Kit (05-14 All) What is the color? Is it kinda a white light or is more of a blue color? Is it a 6000K color OR A 10000K ? 1 answer
      I have a convertible 13'. So is that same setup to install? im scared of taking that box because of convertible open/close button. if something wrong !! 1 answer
      Do these have warranty? Had mine on about a year and a half and they started flickering recently. 1 answer

      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (2) T10 Style LED Bulbs

      Tech Specs