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LED Halo Projector Headlights - Black (09-14 F-150 w/o Factory HID Headlights)

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      Review & Installation Video

      Hey guys, it's Sara with and today we have a review and install of the Black Projector Headlights with LED Halos, fitting your '09 to '14 F-150s without the factory HIDs. These are perfect for the F-150 owner who's looking to upgrade their factory headlights and enjoys this blacked-out look with halo accents. These projector headlights feature black housings with clear lenses. Now, the projector headlight is an upgrade to the factory because it offers a more concentrated beam of light when compared to the factory reflector. These headlights are DOT-compliant and they also include these LED halos with additional accent lights and these LEDs are gonna last quite a bit longer than your factory bulbs. Coming in at around $325, these headlights are low to mid-range price-wise when compared to other headlights. And for your money, you are getting this black styling as well as the LED accents, you're getting quite a bit of bang for your buck. So as far as install goes, I'm giving this one a two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. These headlights do feature a direct bolt up install but will require some wiring to power the LEDs. All in all, this can be done in approximately one hour.For this install, you will need an impact gun or a ratchet, an extension, a 10-millimeter socket, a trim panel removal tool to help the headlight come out of the front of your truck, a crimping and stripping tool, and a pair of needle-nose pliers. All right. So once the hood is popped, the first step in our uninstall is to remove the three bolts holding in our headlight. Using a 10-millimeter socket, remove the two bolts at the top. Using a 10-millimeter socket, and you may want an extension here, remove the third bolt on the inside of the headlight. At this point, you can grab the headlight and wiggle it straight out. Now, there are two metal clips back here, you may need to pull pretty hard to release them. Unplug all of the connectors. Repeat that process on the other side.All right. Now that we have our factory headlight uninstalled from the truck, we can check it out side by side with our new headlight. And as I mentioned before, the biggest difference is that instead of the reflector lens of the factory headlight, we have a projector style lens on this one. Now, this just means that the beam of light is gonna be more concentrated. It's gonna be brighter than your factory. In addition, this headlight features a black housing with a clear lens, which is gonna give your truck a nice blacked-out look to the front end. They finish it off with these nice LED halos and accents to really give it that updated look. All right. So with that said, let's jump back into our install.So before we can get our headlight installed on the truck, we do need to prep it a little bit using some of the components from our factory headlight. We're gonna wanna grab this large amber connector and transfer it over to our new headlight first. Be careful not to touch the bulb, you can definitely wear gloves if you'd like. There is a larger portion on this that has to line up with a larger cutout, so line up the proper tabs and twist it in. Next up, we're gonna do the smallest side bulb. Remove this one and transfer it over to our new headlight as well. This one also has one tab that's larger than the rest. Make sure it's lined up and then twist it in. Next up, we need to wire the LEDs for our headlights for both of the halos here and here as well as all of the accent lights that come down here. Now, for this demonstration, I'm just gonna wire all of these together. There's lots of different ways to wire these, but as long as you have power and ground to the halos and the accent LEDs, it's done properly. So go ahead and twist together both of these power wires for the halos as well as the two white power wires. These are for the other accent LEDs. Using a butt connector, attach these together and crimp it down and then just double-check that you have a good connection. Now we're gonna repeat that for all of the ground wires. Starting with the two smaller ground wires for the halos, twist these together. I wanna make sure since we are twisting so many wires together, there's a nice tight connection between them so that one doesn't pull out. Go ahead and twist these ground wires together as well. Slide on your connector and crimp it down. Now, as I said before, you're welcome to use butt connectors to solder these. So long as you're supplying power and ground, they will work. Now we're gonna repeat that process on the other headlight.All right. So the first thing is we're gonna plug in our power and our ground. Now, we're using vampire clips here. Again, as I said before, there's lots of different ways to wire these. So if you'd like to solder or use another method, you're welcome. Make sure you plug in your power wires, so the green and yellow wire and your ground wire is into the black and green or black and gray. Now, if you're not sure about this, you can definitely use a test light just to double-check. Plug in your large brown connector. Plug in this gray three-in connector to the one powering the new headlights and finally plug in the small gray connector that we used our vampire clips on. Line up your headlight and press backwards so the metal clips engage. Line up the bolts at the top of your headlight. Grab a 10-millimeter socket and tighten this down. Next up, install the bolt on the inside of your headlight. Grab a 10-millimeter socket and extension and tighten this down. Make sure you do the same thing on the other side.All right. So that's gonna do it for the review and install of our headlights. Remember for all things F-150, keep it at

      Product Information

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


      • Aggressive Styling
      • Black Housings
      • Clear Lens
      • Projector Style Headlight
      • LED Halo Lightning
      • Fits 2009-2014 F-150s without Factory HID Lighting


      Stylish Design. Your 2009 to 2014 Ford F-150 will look amazing once you have these Black Projector Headlights with LED Halo installed. These projector headlights have an aggressive, stylish look that will sure improve your F-150's look. The dual halo lights add a touch of class and will light up the road at night.

      Superior Lighting. These projector lenses found in these headlights light up the road ahead with a bright focused beam of light that not only looks great, but improves your night visibility. The integrated halo's and LED accent lighting will give your Truck a sexy exotic flair that separates it from the boring herd of look-a-likes.

      Application. These Black Projector Headlights with LED Halo are designed to fit 2009 to 2014 F-150s that are equipped with standard halogen bulbs.

      Technical Note. These Headlights are not intended for use with vehicles equipped with Factory or Aftermarket HID Kits.

      Fitment: 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

      MPN# 5010230

      CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


      Customer Reviews (6)

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      Ratings Summary

      3.7 out of 5 overall rating from 6 customers

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      • October 05, 2019

        1 2013 XL - FredyN

        None replaceable LED’s

        The LED’s can't be replaced if the burn out. The lights look good but if any of the LED’s go. You have to buy all new lights.

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      • July 03, 2019

        3 2014 STX - mustangmaniac Installation Time: Afternoon

        Not plug and play

        Was disappointed that these have to be wired in. I had some I was replacing that all you had to do was plug in all the connectors. I am sending these back and getting some more plug and play headlights. These should be a lot easier to install. Though these are nice looking lights

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      • May 29, 2019

        3 2014 XLT - Frazer Installation Time: Afternoon

        Nice looking

        Nice looking lights the fit well but I ended up returning because the you could not use your H13 bulb. The bulbs provided are pretty dim and wanted to change them to my LED but they would not fit. Also, the LED string did not match the headlight. I called Axial and they stated even if I bought a set of LED in the size they use that might not fit.

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      • March 04, 2019

        5 2013 XL - JacobD

        Awesome headlights

        Great addition on a white f-150, took about an hour and a half to install, but was pretty easy overall. Definitely recommend these headlights.

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      • March 01, 2019

        5 2011 Lariat - RobertG Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Projector headlights LED halos

        The projector headlights for my 2011 F1 50 They look awesome totally changes the whole look on my truck with the new Ford Grill. Thank you American truckers

        Helpful (1)
      • January 02, 2017

        5 2011 - Chelmsford Installation Time: Afternoon

        Love the look

        They make my truck look great. The leds definitely make a difference.

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      Questions & Answers (9 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      Are these DOT approved?

      • These headlights are DOT approved.

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      What are the bulb sizes?

      • These Axial Black Projector Headlights w/LED Halo use the factory H13 bulb in your truck.

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      My low beam bulb blew out.What size is it and where can I get one?

      • These Axial Black Projector Headlights w/LED Halo use the factory H13 bulb in your truck. We offer two LED options: Item T533684Item T532073

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      The portion of the light with the squares in a row. I have one of the lights out. Where can I find a replacement led for it? Or what size are those?

      • These LEDs are built directly into the headlight housing and cannot be replaced.

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      Can I use h13 LED bulbs?

      • The Axial Black Projector Headlights will not accept H13 bulbs.

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      4 More Questions
      Can you use hid bulbs in these? 1 answer
      Will an H13 LED bulb work with the low beam? Do these lights have to be sealed for any potential water seeping in? 1 answer
      Do you have to run your own wires to hook the LEDs up? 1 answer
      What type of wire harness do I need to install these, replacing factory headlights? 1 answer

      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Right Hand - Passenger Side Headlight
      • (1) Left Hand - Driver Side Headlight

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