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Morimoto Mustang XB LED Headlights Black Housing (2010-2012)

$249.63 (25%)
Give your Mustang a new look with a new set of headlights from Morimoto. The modern look of the headlights gives your Mustang an updated look while also providing outstanding illumination at night. The XB LED S197 lights feature projectors and DRL halos to give your Mustang the best lighting possible.

Part Number: 663 LF440
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Add a modern touch to your Mustang with an upgrade to these LED headlights from Morimoto. The up-to-date and unique look of these headlights will keep your mustang looking great and provide superior illumination at night. 

Modern styling and performance with plug and play installation. Morimoto makes customizing your Mustang and getting the best lighting available effortless. The XB LED headlight assembly will give your Mustang a new look and offer better lighting at night. The projector that is utilized in the Morimoto headlight gives even lighting with no dark spots and has a level cut-off point that keeps the light from blinding oncoming drivers. 

UV-Coated headlight lens to prevent oxidation and hazing. The headlight also features die-cast aluminum heat sinks to keep the LED chips cool. The piano black trim that is utilized in the housing provides great looks that fit in with any build.

Product Benefits:

  • Great looks and light output
  • Compliant to DOT, SAE, FMVSS108 STANDARDS
  • IP67 Waterproof rating
  • Easy plug and play install
  • No flickering, noise, or CAN-bus issues.
  • Halogen lights only


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Hey guys, it's Chris from Steeda. And today, we're going to install and review these Morimoto XB Headlights on our 2013 GT! So, let's get to it! We're here in the showroom highlighting these beautiful Morimoto XB Headlights fitting your 2010-2014 Mustang. So, let's get into some of the features and benefits. Perhaps my favorite part about these Morimoto XB headlights is the fact that they're plug & play. Absolutely no modification is necessary in order to install these on your vehicle. These headlights are DOT and SAE approved as long as they're adjusted properly. Thankfully, they have both vertical and lateral adjusters located on the back of the headlight. As you can see, the daytime running lights are a bit more pronounced than the factory headlights. They are 5000k LED's and they're gonna shine super bright whether it's day or night. The headlight housing itself is made from lightweight PPS plastic construction, which is lighter than OEM, and it features a UV coated polycarbonate lens. Straight out of the box, I'm absolutely loving these OEM style connectors. It really is going to make installation super easy on your 2010-2014 Mustang. So, without further ado, let's get to the install! The tools required for this installation include a lift or a jack and jack stands If you're working in a garage, a pair of pliers, panel removal tool, flat head screwdriver, Phillips head screwdriver, quarter-inch drive ratchet, quarter-inch drive extension, eight millimeter wrench, zip ties, ten millimeter socket, eight millimeter socket, and a seven millimeter socket. So, we'll get the installation rolling. First things first-we wanna make sure we unplug the negative battery terminal. Next up, you'll move over to the radiator cover, where you'll be removing all of these plastic push pins. Once you have all the push pins out, you're ready to pull the radiator cover. On the top of the bumper cover, you have four Phillips head screws and four eight-millimeter bolts. Next, we'll lift the car up. If you're at home, a jack and jack stand shouldn't be an issue. Now that we have the car up on the lift, we’ll want to remove the bolts holding the belly pan and the bumper cover to the car. In our particular case, we do have a Laguna Seca splitter, so the process may be slightly different than it would be if you didn't have the splitter. But all in all, it should be very similar. Next up, you'll want to remove these eight-millimeter bolts. Next, with your seven-millimeter socket, you'll want to remove these three bolts. Moving over the wheel well, you want to grab your seven-millimeter socket and remove these three bolts. Lastly, there's one more bolt you want to make sure that you disconnect the wheel well from the belly pan. And then repeat the same thing on the other side. Next, you want to remove this Phillips head push pin. This very finicky Phillips head pushpin. Once you have the hardware out, you want to peel back the wheel well and disconnect the wiring for this corner light. Now if you have an aftermarket splitter installed on your car, you want to make sure that you have the rods disconnected from the splitter before you pull the bumper off. Next, you want to pull the bumper cover away from the fender. There is a tab here connecting the cover to the fender. So, all you have to do is just pull it out. Three taps, I should say. And at this point, you're ready to take the bumper cover off the car. As you're taking the bumper cover off the car, make note of the wiring that is connected to the fog lights in the center grille. You'll make sure you want to disconnect those as it's being pulled off the car. Next, you want to grab your 10-millimeter socket. You have three bolts holding the headlight on, and up top here you have a plastic pushpin you want to make sure you get that loose and pull the headlight out. Once you have it pulled out, you want to make sure you disconnect it from the harness. And there's a little tab here. Pull that tab out, push down, and you're good to go. So, for those with halogen headlights, you'll have an adapter for either side, and a harness that connects both headlights to the fuse box. So, for now, we'll set these aside and take care of the connections for our factory HID headlights. This ballast is included in the wiring. For our particular purposes, you're going to want to make sure that you screw it into the sheet metal or zip tie it really tight against the sheet metal so it's out of the way. Big connector goes in here. And you'll hear a confidence inspiring click. These two orange connectors get connected together. These are on the headlight. The blue connector gets ignored if you're using the halogen wiring harness that we mentioned earlier. This is what you'll use to connect up the last connector right here. Then you'll want to make sure that you lock it in up top. Once we have the ballast zip-tied out of the way, you're ready to mount your headlight. Just make sure you feed all the wiring through this hole before you try to mount the housing. So, as you're mounting it up to the car, you'll want to make sure that none of the wires get pinched. So, make sure you pull them through the other side. Getting these bolts hand tight should be sufficient for now. One quick afterthought is for any connections that you aren't using - for the example that blue wire i mentioned earlier - go ahead and throw some electrical tape on there to make sure any water stays out of there. Once you have everything hand tight, it would be a great idea throw the negative battery terminal back on the battery and just make sure the headlight works correctly before you repeat the process on the other side. Great, the headlights working! So before moving to the other side, you want to make sure you unplug the battery terminal since you will be messing with .the wiring again Now that you have your new Morimoto XB headlights installed on your Mustang, you want to grab your bumper, get it reinstalled to complete the installation. And just like that, your installation's finished! Difficulty wise, I'd say it's a three out of five- not too shabby. The hardest part was getting the bumper off the car and back on the car. But in terms of installation, wiring was super easy - plug and play. You really can't go wrong. Absolutely love the way these Morimoto XB Headlights look on our 13-14 GT. And I'm sure they look great on yours as well! If you like the content of this video, go ahead and hit that subscribe button. Comment below, let us know what you think of these Morimoto headlights, and if you'd like them on your car as well. And don't forget the most important thing, Speed Matters!
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Manufacturer: Morimoto

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Fits Model Year: 2010, 2011, 2012
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