Mustang Taillights 1964-2014
Taillights are vital to any car, including your Mustang of any year. Without them, nobody would know when you’re hitting the brakes, nor would they be able to see you from behind at night. Therefore, when there’s a problem with the taillights on your Mustang, you need to seek out the replacement parts for your Mustang Taillights, so those lights continue to work, perhaps better than ever before!
Ford Mustang TaillightsDepending on what year your Mustang is, your Mustang Taillights could be in a huge variety of conditions. However, as an important component of the Mustang lighting system, every set of Mustang taillights should always be in top working condition, as long as you plan to drive your Mustang.
In older Mustangs, the original Mustang taillights were known for being horribly weak and dim. If those owners have done nothing to upgrade these Mustang taillights, they are still that way, and likely make those Mustangs very difficult to see both at night and during braking, especially without Mustang third brake lights in all older cars. In addition, especially on very old Mustangs, the original fixtures for Mustang taillights can rust or break and the wiring can fray and fall apart, making the situation look a little worse once the dim bulb is removed. However, fixing those Mustang taillights is a very simple project. CJ Pony Parts offers many parts for every older Mustang so owners can find new, factory fixtures and wiring, plus new bulbs or upgrades for Mustang taillights, like LEDs and 3-bulb conversions.
For newer Mustangs, the Mustang taillights are generally going to work well and only need occasional new Mustang bulbs as old ones burn out. However, many upgrades for these Mustang taillights are available, so owners can upgrade to newer fixtures or install LEDs and sequential turn signals, if desired. These upgrades for Mustang taillights are easy ones, but can make big differences in the brightness, functionality and look of your Mustang. Many Mustang taillights feature customer installation guides, manufacturer install instructions, and CJ’s own video installs, which are hosted by Mustang specialist Bill Tumas. Order your new parts today by visiting the CJ Pony Parts website or giving the sales team a call.