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PRO-Series LED Tail Lights; Jet Black Housing; Smoked Lens (18-20 F-150 w/ Factory Halogen Non-BLIS Tail Lights)

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      Justin: If you're looking to convert the boring factory halogen taillights in your 2018 through 2020 F-150 to a modern LED option, well, then you might wanna consider the Pro-Series lights that we have here today. Now, the Pro-Series will feature a very modern design along with high-powered LED lighting, topped off with that aggressive smoked lens, off right around your high $300 price point.So first things first here, guys, I do wanna make it perfectly clear that these taillights will only apply to the 2018 through 2020 F-150 owners whose trucks are equipped with factory halogen, non-blind spot, or bliss taillights. Now, if you have the factory LEDs or blind spot radars in your stock tails, well, then these will not apply to your truck. But with that stuff out of the way, let's dive into the Pro-Series options a little bit further in. On the surface, guys, this might just be one of the most unique-looking taillights available thanks to the combination of the diffused LED running lights, along with that aggressive smoked lens.Now on the topic of LEDs, these options from Pro-Series will end up converting your running lights, brake lights, and turn signals to a more modern LED, which I feel like will increase your safety and visibility overall on the road. Now, the only part of these taillights that do not end up converting an halogen to an LED will be the reverse bulb, which you can either swap over from your stock taillights, or use this as an opportunity to upgrade to an LED reverse bulb. That is totally your call.Now, that cool-looking design that you see up top here, guys, that is a diffused LED running light. Basically, those guys will illuminate anytime your parking lights or your headlights have been switched on. Now, your brake lights, turn signals, and all that other good stuff will be handled by the individual red LEDs found up top between the running light, and then finally, again, your reverse lights will be found here down below in the factory location.Now, those LEDs have been placed into a durable jet black polypropylene housing before being sealed up thanks to the smoked polycarbonate lens. Now, for whatever reason, you really like the LED aspect along with the unique pattern up top here, but maybe you weren't a huge fan of the smoked lens for whatever reason, well, you can also find the Pro-Series lights here on the site with a red lens instead, which I feel will help contribute to a slightly more factory style.Now, the lights will be sold in pairs and do include the necessary plug and play wiring harness needed to convert your halogens to the more modern LED. Now, because we are dealing with a plug-and-play job here, guys, the site's gonna call this one a pretty solid one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, and maybe an hour at absolute most to complete from start to finish. But now to give you a better idea of just how things will go down on your F-150 at home, here's a detailed walkthrough from an American Trucks customer now.Man: So what we're gonna use are an eight. We're gonna use an eight-millimeter. Got one here. Eight-millimeter just to get these two nuts out. And then this thing should just pop out. That's really the only thing holding them up together on both sides. And we're just gonna take the...if you guys have never done this before. Pretty simple, you pull it over and you just righty, tidy, lefty, loosen. Ratcheting one will look great. Awesome.Now you can see, as it comes out, you wanna stop when it gets to that point, and you can see over here, there's gonna be, it's like a washer to keep it from actually going onto the metal. And then there's the actual nut. So you just...once you get it loose, hand screw it out. Just leave it like that right there. And then you wanna go onto the next one, which is right here... upside down.It's probably better if you have like a longer one, but this is all we have right now. Longer screw I think so. Just like that. That's what comes off. We'll make sure you wanna keep these washers and everything on it. Oh, you don't wanna lose that. That's for the protection of the thing. So we're gonna do that on the other side. This is like a Mickey Mouse tool, but get it done just like that. Hops right out. Now, if you have more professional tools, of course, this would be a lot easier since these are on pretty tight.All right, now all the screws are out. We're gonna start over here on the left side and you're just gonna run your fingers down it like this. Try to push it towards the left side. You're gonna feel it kind of pop out a little bit. Once this side on this over here on this side. Once this kind of like pops out like that, it should pop out all together. Now, you're gonna see the difference. This little top likes to get stuck on most Fords right here. So you just wanna try and pry this out and put it back on this little thing right here. So you can see the difference on here and this one down here that they kind of, the top one, got stuck on the top, this pin.So, you know, with some force, don't be afraid. You might need a different way to pop it out. But right now it's a bit dusty in there, but we got everything pretty much out on this side. So we're gonna leave this over here. Be careful with this. This is the protection, but you don't wanna leave it like that for too long. We're gonna do the same thing on this side. Pop it out.So once you get the taillight off the truck, the only thing keeping it together is right here. I'm just gonna get this little prong right here, you pop it, push it in, and it should just pull right out. Boom, just like that, slides right out. So it's a little bit dusty in there. But now this is out. That's what taillights look like when it's fully out. And then we can begin to do the same thing on this side, which you just come over here. You see this pin? Push it in, should pop. And then you just pull just like that.The only thing keeping it in is this pin. Just pull it. It's kind of like a safety pin. It's about it. Now we have these tail lights fully disassembled. Now, it's time to install all these new ones. So next, what we're gonna do is...doesn't seem like we need the top one. So we have two pieces here. You see, pretty identical. We have the top bulb. This is an LED light. You don't need a top bulb. You just need this bottom bulb. This will pop out just like that. So then what we do here, it should just, there we go. That was very sketchy because I don't wanna break the bulb. But after that, just put this bulb right in here.Okay. So when you're installing these lights, the bulb here, you have to be careful because it is plastic unlike here where it's just like a little prior. This one's plastic. So we have to be a little careful not to break it on the bulb, break the bulb. Sometimes you just need a little bit of force. No, don't be scared that you're gonna break the bulb. All right, just slide it in there, just like that. And if you look on the thing, it's gonna say like twist this way to lock it, and then twist this way to unlock it. So if you look here, it doesn't say it, but you just use common sense and you twist a little bit and that ain't going anywhere.You have this right here and you're just gonna go ahead, line up the prongs, see if they line up. So you're just gonna go in as far as this pin right here. You don't have to worry about how farther more it goes. You can see this pin right here. It's about as far as it goes, and it just slides in just like this. You want this pin aligning with that and once you hear a click, that's it.Now grab the headlight. Put it back in. Now I wanna stuff this neatly back in here. Of course, you don't just wanna have like a big mess, but you come on this side. You wanna line them up pretty, pretty good. So right where the holes were before and right where the holes are. I'm gonna push them in. It's gonna take a little bit of force. Don't be scared to break things, and you're gonna see these pins right here. Just push it just like that. And then you kind of use your body weight to hold it against the...then you're just kind of pushing against it, just to keep it in place. And then just twist these on.All right. So once we put these on, we're gonna tighten them down tight, tight, tight, tight, tight. Don't want any water getting in here. Now, you guys who don't already have these wrenches, this is an eight-millimeter that I'm using, most...excuse me. Most 2015 to 2021 Fords use eight millimeters or I believe it's five-sixteenth if you're using standard, but the metric is eight millimeters. I'm just gonna put this bad boy in. Close up like this. This stuff is in here. Turn it, make sure they line up a little bit closer [SP] then should just fall right into place here. Just like that. Twist it right in just like that. It's not going on. It's pretty water tight as well.This one I like to stuff it back here. Honestly, if you cared, you could probably clean the side, if yours is pretty dirty, if you're into that type of stuff, cleaning it or whatever. Honestly, it's not that big of a deal for me just because I'm never gonna see it, hopefully. So that's like one of those things. It's not really important, but they just line up, then you put it in just like that. And then you grab these bolts just like the other side.All right. So hopefully now when you lock it, the backlight turns on as well. And then when you put it in reverse.Justin: So if you are looking to add some radical styling to the rear end of your 18 through 20 F-150, along with some modern and bright LED lighting, well then you'll wanna consider the Pro-Series LED taillights right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • LED Tail Lights
      • Improves Rearward Visibility and Conspicuity
      • Dynamic Style
      • Intense LED Light Source
      • High Impact Smoke Polycarbonate Lenses
      • Robust Polypropylene Housings
      • Housings Available in Jet Black
      • Includes LED Tube-Style Parking Lights
      • Simple Installation
      • Sold as a Pair; Driver and Passenger Side
      • Fits All 2018 to 2020 Ford F-150 Models Without BLIS


      Dynamic and Functional Rear Lighting. These PRO-Series LED Tail Lights; Jet Black Housing are the tail lights you want if you’re looking for a functional and stylish upgrade for your rear area. These tail light assemblies utilize high-quality LED chips designed to produce intense illumination while remaining highly energy efficient. What’s more, these lighting assemblies feature LED light tubes that function as parking lights, giving your rear a dynamic style.

      Robust Build Quality. These tail lights feature smoke lenses molded from premium polycarbonate, making them extremely durable and highly resistant to fading over time. The housings for their part are similarly molded from top-quality polypropylene. The lenses and housings are then fully sealed to provide you with outstanding all-weather performance. Finally, the housings feature a jet black finish on their inner surfaces, giving these assemblies a sleek contemporary style.

      Simple Install Procedure. These tail light assemblies will install into your truck’s factory tail light locations without the need for extra modifications. Also, these tail lights come with factory-style wiring adaptor harnesses, making installation a fairly simple procedure.

      Application. These PRO-Series LED Tail Lights; Jet Black Housing fit all 2018 to 2020 Ford F-150 models without BLIS.



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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Driver Side Tail Light Assembly
      • (1) Passenger Side Tail Light Assembly
      • (2) Wiring Adapter Harnesses

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