(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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Justin: If you're looking for an affordable set of replacement headlights for your '13 or '14 Mustang with the benefit of some added accent lighting, then you should definitely check out the Raxiom Halo Projectors that we have here today. Now the Raxioms will combine a factory-style black housing with a crystal clear lens, along with the built-in halos off around the mid to high $300 price point. Install will require removal of the front bumper, so, therefore, the site is gonna go with a middle-of-the-road two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter and call this a couple of hours to complete from start to finish as we'll demonstrate later in the video.So the factory headlights in your '13 and '14 Mustang are no doubt one of the nicest to ever grace a stock Mustang, however, they're not exactly cheap to replace. So if your stockers got somehow banged up or are faded beyond repair, the Raxioms that we're talking about here today are certainly I think gonna be an attractive replacement due to the low price point alone. But on top of the affordable price, I really like how the Raxioms are gonna stick to a very similar recipe to that of your factory lights, at least at first glance. However, once these things fire up, they really set themselves apart from those factory lights, thanks to the additional accent lighting, which is gonna include things like the unique running bars on the side and, of course, the centerpiece, in my opinion, are gonna be those halos wrapping around your projector.Now, these accents do illuminate with an extremely bright white light, thanks to modern LEDs, and can run by themselves if your parking lights are switched on or also in conjunction with your headlights for a very full, very bright effect. The housings are going to, again, combine that black ABS plastic build with the chrome reflector and are topped off with a crystal clear polycarbonate lens, which has been sealed up tight to prevent any fogging or moisture from entering. Now, the Raxioms are gonna be sold in pairs and will reuse your factory HID ballast and bulbs. But now let's segue into the installation as promised earlier. And again, guys, that bumper does need to come off in order to access all of the necessary bolts for removal. Now outside of that, you can expect pretty straightforward job. So without further ado, feel free to check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown now.Man: Tools for this install, an electric ratchet or ratchet, a 10, 8, and 7-millimeter socket, a T15 Torx bit, a screwdriver, and a pop clip removal tool. Go ahead and grab your 7-millimeter socket and we are gonna get the chin splitter taken off. Now, normally, we would have a series of 7-millimeter bolts along the bottom side of the splitter. However, our Mustang is a bit weathered, so we only have a few, but we'll get those removed.Now with all of your bolts removed, the air dam from the splitters should just come on down. Now that you have access to your marker lights, go ahead and get them removed from the bumper, just a counterclockwise twist. And we'll repeat that on the other side. Now, focusing on the wheel well, we're gonna go ahead and remove the three 7-millimeter bolts that we have at the front end holding the bumper onto the Mustang. Take your 7-millimeter and get them unbolted. And once we get them removed, we'll repeat that on the other side. Grab your trim removal tool and get the series of pop clips out of the top of the rad cover. You're gonna start by pulling the top portion up and bringing the bottom portion out.With all your pop clips removed, you can now remove your radiator cover. Now with your radiator cover removed, that's gonna expose a set of four bolts along the top of the grille. That's gonna call for an 8-millimeter socket. Go ahead and grab that and get these unbolted. Now with all of your hardware removed from the top of the bumper, we're gonna go ahead and get it removed. We'll start at the wheel well. Go ahead and pull the bumper from the wheel well. Now, before taking the bumper completely off, go ahead and unplug your fog light harnesses. Do the same with the other side. Grab your trim removal tool and get the air sensor taken off of the grille.Now with your bumper removed, we have the big reveal of the bolts that are holding the headlight on. We're gonna go ahead and take our 10-mill and get these bolts removed. Be sure to disconnect your headlight harnesses before you pull too far. And we'll repeat the same on the other side. Now with your stock headlight out, we can take the opportunity to take parts that we need from our stock headlight, including the ballast and the actual HID light. We're gonna start with our 15 Torx bit and get the ballast taken off. Again, with your T15 Torx bit, start removing the four bolts from the bottom side of the ballast.Make sure to keep that hardware because we are gonna be retaining that for the new headlight. With the bolts removed, take out the ballast and get the harness unplugged from the backside of it. With the ballast now removed, we can work on getting the actual light out. This is gonna be a twist on the backside of the housing to expose our light. From there, we will take our Phillips head screwdriver and get the light out of the housing. Make sure to take the harness that was connecting from the ballast to the actual HID light because we will be retaining that as well. With your ballast, light, and harness removed from the stock headlight, go ahead and open up your new one, grab your Phillips head screwdriver again so we can undo the bracket that is gonna hold in your HID.Place your HID in the new light. Get your bracket back in place and screw that back down. Plug in your light harness and feed it to the side where the ballast is gonna go. Plug your ballast back in and get it bolted to the new headlight.Again, that is gonna be your T15 Torx bit. Get the light housing closed back up, a simple lock and twist clockwise. With your parts now transferred into the new housing, go ahead and get them plugged into your harnesses, and then we can bolt them back onto the Mustang. Grabbing your 10-millimeter bolts, just hand-thread them in for now. Grab your 10-millimeter socket and tighten the bolts down. And we'll go ahead and repeat that process on the other light. All right. Now that your headlights are in place, we can now start getting our bumper back onto our Mustang. Now for this step, I would grab a buddy, that way, they can hold it up while you get your harness plugged in for your side marker light, as well as your fog light.Reinstall the four bolts on top of the grille. And again, using your 8-millimeter socket, tighten them down. Now we can place our radiator cover back up top and reinstall our pop clip. And replace your three bolts in the front of the fender liner. Again, this is gonna call for your 7-millimeter socket. And repeat that on the other side. And replace the bolts in your splashguard. Again, this is using a 7-millimeter socket.And that's gonna wrap it up for our review and install of the Raxiom LED Halo Projector Headlights with Black Housing and Clear Lens, fitting your '13 and '14 Mustang with HID headlights. For more videos just like this, keep it right here at americanmuscle.com.
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(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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