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Justin: If the stock headlights in your 2018 through 2020 F-150 just aren't cutting it in the looks or performance department, well then it's time to consider an upgrade like the black sequential projectors that we have here today. Now, these DOT-approved headlights will feature an abundance of accent lighting along with the low beam projectors in diffused daytime LED running lights. Now, pricepoint for these black options will hover right in that mid to low $500 range while the pair is going to get a strong one out of three wrenches on the old difficulty meter, and I would say take an hour or so to complete from start to finish. But hang with me for a bit, guys, and we'll walk you through that job later in the video.So full disclosure, in the world of aftermarket headlights, you are going to encounter a ton of options ranging from mild to wild and everything in between. Now, in my humble opinion, these are certainly gonna be a little bit more towards that wild side, but I still think they're done very well, very clean, and without being completely over the top. But let's run through some of the features here. And the first thing that you guys will notice is that these are going to replace your dated reflector style low beam with a more modern projector. Not only is this gonna look a hell of a lot better, but it's also gonna improve your nighttime visibility, thanks to the brighter, more focused beam of light. Now, your high beam on the bottom side does still retain that OE reflector style housing, but it's been shaped in a way to flow the square projector up top. I should also mention, guys, that these lights do include brand new bulbs for both your high and low beams and they've already been pre-installed for you. So essentially these things are pretty much ready to rock and roll right out of the box. There is some light wiring involved, and we'll cover that in a bit.Now, between those high and low beams, you will find your turn signal portion of the headlight, certainly one of the highlights with this particular set of headlights. Now, these signals are made possible, thanks to the 12 individual high-powered amber LEDs that also, by the way, have the built-in sequential turn signal feature. And I think that's just really awesome because this block of LEDs will sequence whenever your turn signals or those hazards have been switched on and definitely contribute to a more custom look. Last but not least will be my favorite part of these headlights, and that is the diffused daytime running lights shown here in white. Now, these are pretty similar, I would say, to what Ford does with the daytime running lights on the '18 to '20 trucks. But instead of running along the outside of the housing like they do on the factory Ford lights, these run along the inside, which really looks killer at night when you see those white diffused LEDs and action as they basically kind of outline the end of the factory grille. Now, these will illuminate, by the way, whenever your parking lights or your headlights have been switched on, and again, just really contribute to a more modified and very custom look. Now, all of that lighting firepower has been built-in to the durable ABS black plastic housing, which is then topped off and sealed with an impact-resistant clear polycarbonate lens. Again, the projectors have been given both the DOT and SAE stamp of approval, which does make them legal for use in all 50 states.But now as promised, we do wanna show you what it takes to get everything installed on your '18 to '20 F-150 at home. And again, some basic stuff, but also a little bit of light wiring involved as well. So without further ado, check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown right now.Man: Tools used for this install are an impact driver or ratchet, 10-millimeter socket, 8-millimeter socket, 7-millimeter socket, T25 Torx bit, and a clip removal tool.So to get these headlights installed on our truck, we're gonna have to take a few pieces off the front end, starting with the rad cover and the grille. This will gain us access to the headlight hardware and then we can pull the headlights out and swap them out. So let's get started.I'm gonna start off with my clip removal tool and pop the clips out that hold the upper rad cover in, and I'll just work my way around the top of the rad cover until all the clips are gone and then I can remove the rad cover. Next I'm gonna unplug the connectors for my ambient air temp and my active shutters for the front of the grille and then I can remove the four 10-millimeter bolts that hold the grille on.The next thing I'm gonna do is use my 7-millimeter socket to remove these two screws in the wheel-well that holds the lower lip onto to the vehicle and then I'll repeat this on the other side. Now I'm gonna take my 8-millimeter socket and remove the two 8-millimeter screws on the bottom of the grille located in the corners. Now you can just remove the grille from the front of the vehicle. Next we need to remove the two 10-millimeter bolts that are located one here in the corner and one at the bottom, as well as the 8-millimeter screw that's located next to that. Finally, I'm gonna remove the two 10-millimeter screws located at the top of the headlight and then I can pull my headlight out and disconnect the bulbs.So the first thing I'm gonna have to do before I can install my new headlight into the truck is transfer over a few components from the factory headlight to the new headlight, one of which being this lower mounting bracket, the other being this bulb socket. So I'm gonna use my T25 Torx bit to remove the three screws in this lower mounting bracket and then I can transfer it from my bulb socket and plug that into my new headlight. Next I'm gonna remove the bulb socket and take the bulb out of that socket because our new headlight has a pigtail that's gonna plug into the socket, just like it was a light bulb. Now I can transfer over my mounting bracket, lining up the tabs and the bolt holes, and then installing the factory hardware that I removed from the factory headlight. Finally, I can plug in the pigtail to my light bulb socket and install that socket into the back of the headlight. Now I'm ready to put this onto the truck.With all of our pieces transferred over into our new light assembly, we're ready to install it on the truck. So what I'm gonna do now is just match up all my connectors, plug everything in, and then I can re-install all the factory hardware. So now that we have this side in, we can repeat the same process on the other side of the vehicle. With both headlights installed and tested on the vehicle, we're ready to install our grille and wrap this install up. Slide that into place and reinstall our factory hardware. Make sure you don't forget your connections for your active shutter and your ambient air temperature sensor. If not, you will get a check engine light and your climate control will not work. Now I can re-install my four 10-millimeter bolts at the top and my two 8-millimeter bolts at the bottom corners. Now I can re-install my lower grille trim and re-install 7-millimeter screws at the corners. The final step is gonna be installing our rad cover. And now you can reinstall all the clips that hold it to the vehicle.And that's gonna wrap up this review and install of the sequential turn signal projector headlight in black, fitting your 2018 to 2020 F-150. Thanks for watching, and for all things F-150, keep it right here at americantrucks.com.
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Attention-Grabbing Lights. Transform your truck into a head-turner with these Black Projector Headlights with LED Sequential Turn Signals. Compared to other headlights on the market, these projector headlights sport a more attention-grabbing style that matches your truck’s rugged build. What’s more, these headlights are able to emit a brilliant light output, making your truck hard not to notice while you’re driving at night.
Equipped with LED Bulbs. These headlights feature a projector style design that helps you see the road ahead even during inclement weather conditions. Furthermore, these headlights feature LED sequential turn signals that help boost your safety while driving on or off the road.
High-Quality Construction. These projector headlights are manufactured using high-quality materials to guarantee long-lasting performance. These headlights also feature a silicone-sealed black housing to protect them against water or moisture. In addition, these headlights are built with impact-resistant lenses to prevent cracking or breaking.
Meets All Federal Regulations. For your safety and assurance, these projector headlights are SAE and DOT-approved. These are also built in accordance with the ISO 9000 and 9002, and FMVS 108 standards.
Bolt-On Installation. For ease of installation, these headlights are made to directly bolt onto your truck’s factory holes. Some electrical wiring work is also required.
Application. These Black Projector Headlights with LED Sequential Turn Signals are made to fit 2018-2020 Ford F-150 models equipped with factory halogen headlights.
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