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The Axial Fog Lights that we have here are a very cool product for all 2015 and newer F150 owners, who might be looking to replace or upgrade the appearance and output of the fog lights in your rig.Now, the Axials will feature that black housing with a crystal clear polycarbonate lens, all of the dual function LEDs, which are gonna allow these things to go from that bright white light to amber, all for right around 150 bucks.Installation's pretty much gonna be a plug-and-play job here, so expect a solid one-out-of-three wrenches on the difficulty meter, and maybe an hour or so to complete from start to finish, as we'll demonstrate a little later in the video.Now, on the surface, the Axial Fog Lights here are going to start off life with an aluminum housing, which has been powder-coated black as you can see right here and all topped off with that crystal clear polycarbonate lens.Now, these things are gonna be a little bit more sinister than the factory fog lights when not in use, thanks largely in part to that black housing. But inside that housing is what really separates these from your standard run-of-the-mill fog lights, and that is the inclusion of what is called the dual function LEDs.Now what that means is when the fog lights are initially switched on for normal use, they are going to illuminate with that bright white light, which is great for just everyday driving and increased visibility on those dark roads at night. However, this is where it gets fun. Turn the fog lights off and then back on again, and that white LED switches to amber, which is gonna be awesome for those extra foggy mornings.Now the fog lights are sold in sets of two and have been both DOT and SAE approved, making them legal for use in all 50 states. Now, if you really dig the whole dual functionality of these particular fog lights and wanted to kick it up even more, Axial also offers a set of fog lights very similar in appearance that actually include wiring to be used for an additional turn signal indicator as well.So, you have some different options from Axial, but these are gonna be pretty simple in regards to basic functionality and, therefore, install. Speaking of which, guys, this is a completely plug-and-play job. Now, if you did wanna consider the fog lights that included the turn signal functionality, there's some extra wiring involved with that. With these, that is not the case. Simply remove the factory fog lights, install these in reverse order, plug them in, and you're ready to rock and roll.And to give you a better idea of how everything is gonna go down, here is a detailed walk-through and quick tool breakdown. Tools used for this job include some panel removal tools and a small Phillips head screwdriver.All right, guys, getting started here with our fog light install today, not a terribly difficult job. Getting started, I'm gonna get underneath the front end of the truck here. There's two steps we need to tackle, including removing the plug on your factory bulb and then next up removing the adjustment screw on the backside of the housing. So, let's get to work.All right, first things first, guys, we're gonna go ahead and unplug the harness on our factory bulb right here. Grab the tab up top, pull back, and slide down. Next up, we're gonna go ahead and remove this adjustment screw right here, along with the corresponding spring. I got a stubby Phillips head screwdriver to do the trick for us. All right, with those two things removed, we can hop out and get to the front of the truck.Next up, we're out in front of the truck. Here, of course, we have a couple of pry tools or panel removal tools. Now, basically, you just need something long and flat and a little skinny. So if you don't have something like this, maybe a long flat head would be fine. But the idea is you need to get in between both of these sides and release a little clip. I like going with the two-handed method because it can help me hold one side in place while I grab the other, so let's get that going now.Okay, I'm just kind of insert it. You'll feel it release and kind of pop out. And then here's where the two-handed method comes in. You wanna try to keep that side from popping back in while you release the other. There we go. Obviously, you have to wrestle with it a little bit, but eventually, once you release these two clips on both sides, you can remove the fog light.All right, guys, now that we have our factory fog light removed, figure it would be a great opportunity to compare the physical housing and fog light to the new Axial here before we get everything installed. And, first impressions, guys, the factory fog light is kinda like a cheap plastic housing, whereas the Axial's got this nice, burly aluminum housing. Feels a lot more solid and sturdy in my hand.Not only that, but you could say the same for your lens here. Factory fog light lens feels real thin, kind of flimsy. This is a little bit more stout and definitely seems like it'd be up for some abuse, more so than your stocker.But outside of that, the appearance is pretty clear, right? You've got this kinda clear chrome combination going on, very factory, not very aggressive, whereas your new Axial, here is gonna deliver that black housing with your LED projector. A very aggressive look, if you can say that about a fog light, but one that's gonna play very nicely with another set of after-market headlights that may be uses a similar recipe, right? Maybe a black housing, smoke lens. These are gonna flow very well. In addition, too, a lot of after-market lights utilize some sort of LED lighting so that's gonna play real nice here with your new Axials.Of course, the biggest difference is seeing these guys in action compared to your stockers. So what do you say we get the Axials installed and see them in action. All right, guys, install's gonna be a heck of a lot easier than our removal. Basically, you wanna feed or fish your wire through the opening, and we wanna lock these two little pegs here in with the sides. So insert it, and there you go.All right, back underneath the truck, guys, we're gonna reinstall our adjustment screw now along with the spring. So just make sure you line that up with the hole and then insert your spring. Now we can go ahead and plug in our new fog light. Again plug-and-play job here, nothing too crazy. Snap that into place and secure the wire.With everything wrapped up here on the driver's side, never a bad idea just to double-check to make sure the fog lights are functioning as they should before you move over to the passenger side and just basically repeat that whole process all over again.Hey, guys, we hope you enjoyed this brief review and install of the Axial Dual Function LED Fog Lights available for your 2015 through 2020 F150 at home. And keep in mind, for more cool products and videos like this, keep it right here at americantrucks.com.
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