So, me and the wife got rid of the gas guzzling Dakota truck and got a 2001 V6 Mustang. Those Mustang 3.8 V6 motors are almost bullet proof and great on gas. We wanted to add to the appearance of the car, and the dingy stock headlights were the first thing we wanted to change. Our SDT-13007S 1999-04 Mustang halo - projector headlights look very nice and very functional.
Taking the stock Mustang headlights out is very easy. After opening the hood and locating the retaining clips for the headlights, just pull them straight up and the light will pull out so you can disconnect the plugs for the light. You will need to twist the side marker lights to remove them from the old lights.
The back of the new lights look very intimidating with 3 sets of wires hanging out of them. The wires are for the 2 sets of LEDs and the halos, and they all need to be spliced into the side marker/driving light harness. The black wires are the ground wires and should be spliced to the black wire of the driving light harness, and the white and red wires are the positive wires and splices into the brown wire on the driving light harness. I found the easiest way to achieve this, was to combine 2 of the wires and splice them to the correct wire on the harness, and then splice the last wire to one of the previously spliced wires, as shown in the pics. The large plug-in simply plugs into the socket on the back and the parking light twists back into the new light.
Be sure and move the wires out the way while installing the new lights. After the lights have been pushed in all the way, reinstall the clips by pushing them straight down. The Halo's and LED's will light up with the park lights. The projector lights are used for the low beam and the other light is used as the high beam. They look great during the day and at night they are very bright. Look forward to more pictures coming soon.
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