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Axial Black Dual Halo LED Projector Headlights (04-08 F-150)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Black Housing
    • White Light
    • Clear Lenses
    • Advanced LED Bulbs
    • 50,000-75,000 Hour Lifespan
    • Installation Includes Wiring
    • Sold as a Pair
    • Fits all 2004-2008 Ford F-150s

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys. Adam here with americantrucks.com. And today, we're taking a closer look at and installing the Axial Black Dual Halo LED Projector Headlights, available for all '04 to '08 F-150s. You should be checking this out if you're looking to ditch that factory headlight that's very traditional, outdated, dull, and maybe even worn out, you can switch that out for something modern, brighter, more attractive, and something that give you a nice aggressive look on your truck.Now of course, these trucks are upwards of 15 years old at this point. Those headlights from the factory start to get really yellow, scratched up, really dull, your bulbs might be burning out, the interior is not looking so good, it's a good time to switch them out. Now upgrading to this, you're getting two, again, dual projector headlights, you're getting dual halos that are going to come on with your parking lot or your fog light or your headlight depending on how you wire them in. It's very modern and it completely changes the design. There's nothing OEM about this aside from the quality of construction. Using the same kind of materials for the headlight design, same polyethylene lenses, you got a clear lens with a black interior, which gives you the impression of a smoked headlight giving you a nice stealthy finish. Inside there you got the dual halos. We have these wired into our parking lights, so they kind of act as DRLs when you throw your parking lights on, which I really like. You got a nice bright white finish with the LEDs built-in especially from the accents right there at the bottom. Your halos almost have a slightly blue hue to them which is very common with halos in the aftermarket world and the lights themselves are almost a pure white light, which is very attractive. It's really just gonna modernize that front end.Now this kit is sold as a pair. Now the pair comes in right around 160 bucks, making them one of the most affordable front end mods for your F-150, that's a super affordable price. Most times you get aftermarket headlights in the $300, $400 range not gonna be the case here, you can get the pair for under $200 which is a huge bonus.The install, I'm going to give two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter not because they're impossible but because they do require some splicing. But the method I'm gonna show you guys here is going to probably be the easiest one for you to tackle at home. All of the hardware and needed components are included in the kit, you don't have to pick up anything separate. There's quick splice vampire connectors in the kit, so no need to cut any factory wiring harnesses, they just tap right in without needing to do any fancy wiring jobs. So two out of three wrenches, soft, two out of three wrenches. It'll take you about an hour from start to finish, probably a little less if you have any experience with some tools. You'll need basic hand tools, I'm gonna show you every step of the way, let's get to it. Tools used in this install include an impact gun or a ratchet, extension, 10-millimeter socket and a pair of pliers.First step of the uninstall to get our factory headlight off is, of course, pop your hood. Then you're gonna take a 10-millimeter socket, I like using an extension. Just to flip this guy over. There's one bolt here, one bolt up top and then one tucked into this corner. So grab your 10-millimeter and get all three of them off. All right, from here, we can just pull straight back on our headlight, we've got it loose already, gonna pull and disconnect. Now what you want to do is flip her over and we're gonna pinch and disconnect the harnesses from the bulb sockets. So here pinch and disconnect, same here, pinch and disconnect. All right now we could set this guy aside.So we finally got our factory headlight off of the passenger side of our '07 F-150, it's next to our dual halo projector-style headlight in black. And there's a lot of differences between these two kits I want to take you through, starting with the fact that the factory one is very dated. It's pretty much all chrome reflective finishes on the inside with a clear lens, and really guys, like I said, that's just an outdated look. The new one, completely black interior, the only chrome you see is in the accents around the inside of the bulb sockets and the actual housing there, other than that complete redesign. The black interior has a clear lens on top, so that black is actually giving it the impression of a smoked lens without actually hindering any of the lighting output which is nice. Inside of there, you'll see the dual halos wrapped around the high and low beam sections of the projector-style headlights, those are separated. And these halos can be spliced into your parking lights and you can throw those on, so it looks like a DRL or a daytime running light, which is a more modern thing that you see on a lot of the newer trucks.Aside from that, you're getting individual LEDs on the side here in a horizontal strip, you've got separated sections and reflectors on the side there. All in all, this is again, completely redesigned. And if we flip both of these guys around, you'll see why and what is powering this. So on the back here, you've got the LEDs, specifically the halos and the headlights pulled in to separate wiring. There's one plug here along with open wires there. So you can see of course it's gonna require some splicing but there are splice connectors in the kit as well that we're gonna use.We are gonna have to transfer over two things. One being this brown connector, that bulb socket is gonna go right here and then we're gonna transfer over the smaller socket from this side over to the opposite end. So that's what we're gonna do next and then we'll talk about some splicing.All right, so we can start here by pulling this up and removing the stickers that say remove. In that spot we're gonna transfer over this brown socket, so we're gonna twist that guy out, swap that guy over. All right, twist that into place. The same thing on the other end but with the smaller bulb. Now on this bulb socket, we're actually gonna remove the factory bulb and replace it with the amber one included in the kit. So you're gonna just gently pinch. You might have to spin just to get this out a little bit safely, we're gonna pop in the new one. Perfect. Now we can slide that into our new housing. Once you get that bulb seated, you just give it a twist and it locks right in place.All right, so now what we can do is take our headlight and we're just gonna rest it into place in the opening here. We want the factory harness up top. Now, guys, quick disclaimer, we have done so many headlight videos on this '07 so we have cut and spliced so many times, this is our test harness. So your harness is not going to look like this, it's been cut and spliced over and over. So just keep that in mind when you're looking at this, it's gonna make no difference to the install.So what we're gonna do is plug in our connectors just to make life a little easier right now, just like the factory ones. So the brown goes to the brown. This connector here is gonna go back into the corner. And then finally, the connector harness from the new headlight is gonna go to the remaining one for the actual headlights. All right, so all those are taken care of. Now what we have left are two white wires and two black wires that need to be spliced in, these are your halos. What we're gonna do in this case and this guys is personal preference, can pick however you want to do this, but what we're gonna do is splice them into our parking light. So anytime our parking lights come on, our halos are gonna come on. Can kind of treat that like a DRL, if you're driving around, you can throw your parking lights on and you'll be able to see the halos just light right up. Now you can wire these into your fog lights, you can wire them directly into your headlights right here if you want them to come on with just the headlights but it's completely up to you.So what we're gonna do is take both of these black wires, the grounds for our halos, and we're gonna splice these two together, we want to make them one wire. So you're just gonna take them and twist them together, just like that. So now these are one. Take both white wires and do the same thing, these are your positive cables. Now we're gonna use the quick splice connectors included in the kit to splice them into our power and our ground. In our case here, the brown wire is our ground and the white wire is our positive cable. If you have a light tester at home, you can test this out but if you have this generation, most likely you have the same chords. If you don't have the same color wires, you'll want to test out the lights.So I'm gonna take some pliers and these vampire connectors that are included in the kit and we're gonna splice them in. So first let's start on our ground. The ground is the brown wire. So what's gonna happen is we're gonna put in this little slit, the factory wire. Slides right in there, you want to seat it all the way in. Now on this side, there's an opening, you're gonna take the ground wire from your halos and go right into the side here and insert them all the way in. Now what we can do is just clamp down. There's no cutting, there's no soldering, this makes perfect contact once you push it down. So now this closes down, contacts the factory harness, contacts your halos, you've got power. From there, just close this guy up. Do the same thing for the white wire which is our positive.All right, I just want to show you guys the same process, positive, push it right into this connector included in the kit. All right, so that seats all the way in there. Find the opening, it's that side. Take your white wires, push them through. You want to make sure they're seated all the way in. Grab your pliers and clamp it down. Close it up, and you want to test out your lights before you move forward. If your lights don't work, you might want to come back and make sure that there's good connection here. So let's test them out. All right, so parking light's on, halo should come on with it. And if you do full headlights, the halo should stay on.All right, it's as simple as that, ours works, so we're just gonna re-install. You're basically doing this in the reverse order. Now when you do this, you want to make sure all your wiring is clear, you don't want anything to get caught up when mounting it. All right, seat it, grab your factory screws or bolts and put them right back in. I'm gonna put this guy in by hand, just thread it in a couple of threads, same thing for the other two. Now you can grab your socket and tighten them down. All right, guys, now you can repeat for the other side and you're good to go. Well, guys, that's gonna wrap up my review and install for the Axial Black Dual Halo LED Projector Headlights for the '04 to '08 F-150. You can get your axial set right here at americantrucks.com.

    Upgraded Styling. Give your Ford F-150 head-turning, luxurious "angel eyes" with the Axial Black Dual Halo LED Projector Headlights. These projector-pattern headlights flood the road ahead with clean, brilliant light, while the halo rings make your vehicle look unique. The black housings give your F-150 a fierce yet elegant appearance, while the powerfully-focused beams make night driving much safer.

    Increased Illumination Power.
    The Black Dual Halo LED Projector Headlights by Axial feature an ultramodern black housing and clear lenses for maximum light. The LEDs last 50,000 to 75,000 hours, far longer than standard bulbs, while boosting light output greatly. There are also low and high beam halogen bulbs.

    Installation. Some wiring is necessary for installation, to connect up both the halos and LEDs.

    Application.
    These Axial Black Dual Halo LED Projector Headlights are designed to fit all 2004-2008 Ford F-150 pickup trucks.

    Axial

    Fitment: 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Details

    MPN# T526380

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Driver Side Headlight
    • (1) Passenger Side Headlight
    • (2) H1 Low Beam Bulbs - Pre-Installed
    • (2) H1 High Beam Bulbs - Pre-Installed
    Installation Info

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        Questions & Answers (34)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        I already have a set of super bright led headlight bulbs in my stock headlights. is it possible to put those in place of the headlight bulb that come with it if I feel the bulbs that come with it are not bright enough ?

        • The Axial Black Dual Halo LED Projector Headlights uses a different bulb type than the OEM headlamps, and would not accept bulbs from the stock housing.

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        What wires do i twist together and to what wires do i connect in the parking light, for my halos and leds to work.

        • When installing the Axial Black Dual Halo LED Projector Headlights, the wires on the back for the halo lights and LED accents will each have a power and ground wire. you will want to attach the power wires together, and ground wires together, and then wire them to the matching wires on the parking lights. on your parking lights, the center wire will be power (3 wire connector) and the outside black wire will be the ground.

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        My 2005 f150 does not have day time running lights how do I hook up the leds shown in the pic, and do these come with all of the bulbs.

        • If you are trying to get the LED's to work as daytime running lights, your best bet is usually splicing it into your parking light. The H1 highbeams and lowbeams will come with the headlights, and the LEDs are integrated into the housing.

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        What are the sizes for the leds on the small housing 6 of them mine went out

        • The LEDs cannot be removed as they are built into the housing and therefor cannot be replaced.

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        I can not get my leds to act as daytime running lamps. When I turn on the lights they work but I want them as DRLs. I know it says to wire it to the parking lights but where are those exactly?

        • The parking light is part of the headlight system. If you put your car in truck it should have that light on, then just follow the wires where the bulb is coming from. Alternatively, if you speak with your dealership they could provide you a wiring diagram as well.

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        10 More Questions
        I have a black '05 F150 with the stock headlights, the Axial lights are the best looking and brightest so far as I've seen from the pics. My neighbor ordered his from Car-id and they don't look as bright as these. So my question is can I perform the pre-wiring before I put the light assembly in, is that what you mean by it's plug and play? or do you have the light partially wired into the truck while pre-wiring? 1 answer
        If I bought h1 led headlight bulbs would they fit? 1 answer
        I had a headlight go out. How do I replace them and what size are they? 1 answer
        I'm trying to adjust the aim on the lights, low beam has 2 screws around it and the high beam has 3. None of which seem to be changing the aim of the lights. Can I get specific to do on them? I must be truck dumb. Thank you. 1 answer
        Can anyone tell me the size of the led lights on bottom. Need to replace bulbs 1 answer
        The halo and LED lights only come on with my high beams are switched on. What am I doing wrong? 1 answer
        Will these fit a 2004 Expedition? 1 answer
        How many lumen are these lights 1 answer
        If i bought aftermarket brighter h1 low beam bulbs and h1 high beam bulbs would i be able to install them in this housing 1 answer
        Will these headlights fit on a 2004 F-250 XLT? 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (100) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.1

          out of 5 stars

          Installation Time:Less than 1 Hour

          Installation Cost:$100-$250




          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            November 18, 2019

            AXIAL BLACK HALO

            They add to my F150 I may come back and change the High beam to an LED

            TomRedDog

            Year: 2006 Submodel: Lariat Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 2/5

            November 09, 2019

            headlight condensation

            installed everything by instruction everything works proper. But my right headlamp continues to condensate and fog up on the inside

            Rps3617

            Year: 2004 Submodel: Lariat Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 3/5

            September 22, 2019

            Decent

            Best thing about the lights are the look they give my truck. Low/high beams are not LED, they are halogen which is very disappointing. Headlights are still far brighter than the stock ones.

            JN

            Year: 2006 Submodel: XLT Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 3/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            August 23, 2019

            Alright.

            the headlights themselves look great. the only complaints i have is that one of them has moisture getting in them already and the fitment is a bit off

            Franklin

            Year: 2005 Submodel: XLT Engine: 4.6L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            August 21, 2019

            Look amazing

            Lights look great, pretty easy to install except for the splicing (took me longer than I like to admit) other than that they're great

            Fresh22

            Year: 2005 Submodel: FX4 Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            July 23, 2019

            halo ring

            Bought the axial jalo projector headlights 3 years before, still in condition....very good product... I would recommend this product!!!

            MathewThomas

            Year: 2005 Submodel: XLT Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            July 22, 2019

            Great headlights!

            I was afraid when I bought these that the headlights were just going to be a "novelty item". Was very happy when I got them installed and they do throw a good amount of light. They are not a cheap novelty item at all. Install wasn't bad.... sealed them with silicone sealer, made sure I understood the wiring (pretty simple) and got it done.

            ScubaSteve

            Year: 2004 Submodel: FX4 Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (1)

          • 1/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 02, 2019

            Eh

            Okay for the money, the halos are not bright at all. Can barely see them unless you are looking for them

            artie

            Year: 2007 Submodel: XLT Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            May 30, 2019

            EYE POPPING LEDS HALOS

            VERY WELL CONSTRUCTED THE INSTRUCTIONS HOWEVER WERE NOT TO THESE LIGHTS HOWEVER IT WAS FAIRLY SIMPLE THE ONE THING NOT NOTED IS YOU HAVE TO ADJUST THE LIGHTS IT IS PLUG AND PLAY BUT NOT EVER MENTIONED YOU HAVE TO ADJUST THE LIGHTS SO YOU DO NOT BLIND OTHER DRIVERS.

            NascarDude1999

            Year: 2006 Submodel: FX4 Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            May 12, 2019

            Great loom

            I was able to put these in less than an hr. It was easy and fun.

            Funyfyrman

            Year: 2007 Submodel: King Ranch Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 1/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            May 11, 2019

            Horrible

            They don’t fit right and they aren’t even as bright as the stock headlights. I definitely will not buy headlights from this website again.

            Hayden

            Year: 2005 Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            May 01, 2019

            Almost a Perfect Fit

            Came packaged good,Easy to install, a little time to splice running light wires into parking light wires ( I used heat shrink butt connectors) They Don’t fit tight around the fenders but you have to be up close to tell. Other than that a Good Upgrade!

            JohnnyK08F150

            Year: 2008 Submodel: STX Engine: 4.6L V8

            Helpful (3)

          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            April 23, 2019

            I like them.

            I thought they would be brighter but still nice. Can’t beat the price.

            George34

            Year: 2008 Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 3/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            April 20, 2019

            Great looking but lacking

            They have a great look to them and definitely freshen up the front end of the truck. Installation was easy once you realize you can't depend on the instructions for wiring. (Had to do a quick search for wire colors to get it done). The bad and reason for the 3 star, fitment is no where close to factory lines, big gaps. Also, expect to spend more money on better lights as they are DIM and angled opposite so time consuming to adjust them.

            SeanH

            Year: 2006 Submodel: XLT Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 3/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            April 09, 2019

            Not a perfect fit

            Look nice, easy to install, but do not fit exactly.. Would be nice if they told you the factory wiring leads.

            RobertMK

            Year: 2006 Submodel: FX4 Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 2/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 09, 2019

            No Warranty

            I received these headlights as a Christmas gift. Within the first year of having these lights the lenses began peeling and flaking off. I spoke with an employee via the live chat on the website. I was told there is only a 30 day warranty and after the 30 days is up I am basically screwed and have to deal with what I have or buy new lights. I have received 2 different pairs of headlights for my F150 from here (one i purchased personally and the second being a gift to replace the pair i purchased here that began flaking and peeling) and both pairs did the same thing within a year. I wont be shopping on this website for any of my lighting needs. If i am able to I will post pictures on here of what my lights look like less than a year later

            JamesV

            Year: 2004 Submodel: FX4 Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (4)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            April 09, 2019

            Axial black dual halo led headlights

            Easy to put on and bright wiring is also easy to connect. No problems with them gave my truck a new look

            Stonecloud

            Year: 2007 Submodel: XLT Engine: 4.6L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            March 31, 2019

            Great Item

            Good quality and great price. Easy to install, looks great on my 2004 F-150

            Noe

            Year: 2004 Submodel: XL Engine: 4.6L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 3/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            March 21, 2019

            We'll see...

            The promotional video on YouTube made the installation look like a breeze. If you're a backyard mechanic or familiar with auto electricity, then perhaps that's true. I am neither so I didn't anticipate the impending challenge of the installation process on my 07 F150. The directions included with the lights seem to be a production of a twelve-year-old English language learner. The pictures and associated directions were not helpful at all. I was stuck relying on replaying the 2-second clip of the promotional video on my phone hoping to pause it in time to get a picture of the harness and splicing (there are no pictures of this nor step by step instructions). My neighbor, a residential master electrician, offered his help and even got confused until we tossed the directions and he used his knowledge and our trial and error to get it all to work. In addition to the splicing issue, the rubber lining on the outside does not fit flush against most of the body. The OEM lights did not have any lining so I just hope that this lining does trap and redirect any water into the back of the lighting compartment. Complete, it operates as expected and does look nice. Following the promotional video, I would have expected a lot better from the installation directions.

            Ryan07F150

            Year: 2007 Submodel: XLT Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            March 21, 2019

            Amazing!

            Bought them for my boyfriend for his birthday and he absolutely loved them! Now we both have halo LEDs! Highly recommend!

            Jenn

            Year: 2004 Engine: 5.4L V8

            Helpful (0)

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