Review & Install Video
The Raxiom Smoked Dual Halo LED Tail Lights are available for any '13 or '14 Mustang owner who's looking to completely get away from the Ford factory look, to get something so far out of left field with a redesigned look. These are 100% guaranteed to catch people's attention, so if that's what you're after, you might want to check these out. These are the most affordable tail light options in the category at the moment, surprisingly, though there aren't many options to begin with. So expect to be spending right around the $500 mark for the pair. The installation doesn't require any splicing, thanks to the plug-and-play harness, so I'm giving this one out of three wrenches one our difficulty meter, which I'll talk more about later on.
Obviously, these are unlike any other Mustang tail light option that you've ever seen, or at least I've ever seen, which is what some people look for in an after-market part. Something unique, something to really stand out against the pack and turn heads especially at car shows. You could maybe win an award. Product like this can be polarizing, though, because it does stray so far from that classic, tri-bar tail light design that we that we all know to come and love. Now, some of you guys might be cursing your computers or your phone screens right now watching this because it gets rid of that Mustang design, which is perfectly fine. Everybody's got an opinion. But if your opinion is that these would look great on your rear end and do wonders for your S197, then this is a good match for you.
This set I have here is the smoked option, which means that the halo lenses on each side are darkened for a more aggressive look, and the housing itself is black just like your factory one was. One thing I do think is really cool is the fact that these don't have an exterior housing lens or cover like most tail lights would. These have more of a 3D sort of look that bulge out, and you can actually touch the halos themselves without a glass barrier in between. These have an aggressive, super-car styling inspired by track cars you might recognize from Le Mans, so originally the design has built-in heat extractors in the back here, which is where you see these fins, since they were on rear-engine models. Since the Mustang is a front-engine car, the back lights are completely solid, but it does keep that same fin design, even though it's not extracting any heat.
For the halos, expect high-powered LEDs through each of the rings for a bright, extremely noticeable red illumination, and they even work with your sequentials, which is huge. The sequence will rotate around in a circle in increments with your turn signals and hazard lights, of course. The housing is made from all OEM-quality materials, and always Raxiom backs everything with their full two-year warranty for some added peace of mind.
This pair is one of the more budget-friendly options in the category, coming in around the $500 mark. If you look on the site, you'll notice that the only other option is a set of Ford factory replacements, which have a whopping $1,600 for the pair. If you're in need of some tail light replacements after an accident, you might want to consider these simply off of the price alone, because Ford replacements can be pricey as all hell. These not only have state-of-the-art technology, but they have a way more affordable price tag that cuts the factory replacement more than in half.
The installation, again, is very, very straightforward, one that definitely gets one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter because it shouldn't take any longer than about 30 minutes or so in the driveway at home, and it can be done by just about anyone. Just have a simple ratchet and socket set on deck, and you'll be good to tackle it. Kick it off by popping open your trunk and removing the interior trunk liner by taking off the floor twist-off knobs and pulling the panels out and away from the back of the lights. Disconnect the electrical connectors as well. Remove the 3 11-millimeter nuts from the back of the tail light and disconnect the tail light harness. Push the wiring grommet out and feed the plug through the hole. Now, this might take some elbow grease, but it's definitely doable. Remove the tail light completely and set the new Raxiom lights into place. Connect the plug-and-play wiring harness to the factory harness after you feed it through the hole through the opposite side. Test the lights to make sure everything's good. Once it checks out, put the nuts on them and tighten them down into place. Repeat this for the opposite side, obviously, and you're good to go.
Just to wrap this one up, if you're the owner of a 2013 or 2014 Mustang, you might want to check out the Raxiom Smoked Dual Halo LED Tail Lights, which you can find right here at americanmuscle.com.
LED Tail Lights.
Spice up your 2013-2014 Ford Mustang with the stylish Raxiom Smoked Dual Halo LED Tail Lights. Designed to provide brilliantly bright LED light, these tails feature round halos of illumination to really grab the attention of distracted drivers. It's very easy to install and gives your Pony a distinct look.
Sequential Turn Signals.
These Dual Halo Tails are designed with a very popular component that not only looks awesome, but supplies an added bit of safety when out cruising. When the turn signals are activated, they will sequence in a circular pattern and repeat until switched off. Please note that these lights do not sequence with the brake or hazard lights.
High Quality Modern Electronics.
Manufactured to precise standards from OEM quality materials these Raxiom Dual Halo LED Tail Lights are assembled with state of the art electronic components. These Tail Lights feature durable gloss black plastic housings with smoked red lenses and super bright red LEDs. Each Light is sealed to prevent dirt and moisture from harming the electronics.
Plug and Play.
Installation of these Halo LED Tail Lights could not get any easier. Simply remove your current tail lights and disconnect the wiring, plug in the supplied wiring harness of your new Raxiom Halo LED Lights and reinstall. It's a simple upgrade using basic hand tools and should take no longer than a half hour to complete.
These Raxiom Halo Tail Lights will not only bring a fresh new look to your Mustang, but they also meet or exceed the strict guidelines set forth by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) making them legal for street use.
2-Year Full Warranty.
Raxiom ensures quality craftsmanship by backing their Mustang Tail Lights with an Industry Leading 2-Year Full Warranty. Some exclusions may apply, please see manufacturer's warranty for details.
This pair Raxiom Dual Halo LED Tail Lights are specifically designed to fit all 2013-2014 Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Boss and Shelby GT500 models.
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- What's in the Box
- (2) Tail Lights
- Plug and Play Wiring Harness
- Installation Info
Installation Time: (approx) 30 Minutes
Difficulty Level:Simple installation for anyone
- Tech Specs
- Will it fit my Mustang?
- Boss 302 - 13
- GT - 13, 14
- GT500 - 13, 14
- V6 - 13, 14