Anderson Composites Carbon Fiber Taillight Panel Molding for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 Mustangs.
If you are in the market to add high-quality Carbon Fiber components to your 2015-2017 Mustang, then look no further then Anderson Composites. Their Taillight Panel Molding (P/N: AC-TG15FDMU) will truly change the exterior appearance of your S550 with a beautifully designed Carbon Fiber replacement!
This Taillight Panel Molding from Anderson Composites is a direct replacement for your factory taillight panel molding. It will easily take the place of the existing taillight panel molding in your 2015-2017 Mustang and reuse the original hardware. The high-quality wet carbon fiber construction is not only lightweight, but it is also exceptionally strong and built to last. Featuring a high-gloss finish that will show off the weave of the meticulous hand laid carbon fiber, this taillight panel molding retains the factory location for the back-up camera and deletes your rear decklid emblem on your 2015-2017 Mustang.
Features and Benefits:
- Direct Replacement for OE Taillight Panel Molding
- Reuses Your Existing Taillight Panel Molding Hardware
- High-Quality Wet Carbon Fiber Construction
- Lightweight and Strong 1-Piece Design
- Durable High-Gloss Finish
- Retains Factory Locations for the Back-Up Camera
- Deletes Rear Decklid Emblem
- Fits ALL 2015-2017 Mustangs.
Manufacturer Part Number: AC-TG15FDMU
Please Note: It is highly recommended to use an automotive clear with UV inhibitors to prolong the life and finish of the product.
Anderson Composites specializes in fiberglass and carbon fiber components for late-model Mustangs. They manufacture each and every one of their products with the upmost attention to detail and only use top-grade materials for a quality product you can trust. Their extensive manufacturing experience allows them to construct everything from hoods, trunk lids, front and rear spoilers, side skirts/splitters and much more. Anderson Composites’ precision and attention to detail used to make their products is a science of its own and their craftsmanship is simply unmatched.
Order the Anderson Composites Carbon Fiber Taillight Panel Molding for your 2015-2017 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Hi, I am writing to ask about installation instructions for the Anderson Composites Taillight Panel Molding C for my 2015 GT. There are no instructions on the website. Am I correct in assuming that there will be precise and careful instructions included
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Alex: Well Bill, I have a friend who has a connection overseas and was able to hook me up with a set of European Spec Taillights. My buddy Chris and I we modified the European taillights to make them legal here in the states.
Bill: People are asking, this isn't a plug and play?
Alex: Not a plug and play.
Bill: This was something you were able to get your hands, did a custom installation and then put them on the car.
Alex: That's correct.
Bill: Let's get started with the taillight panel. This is the Anderson Composite Carbon and Fiber Trunk Panel. As you can see this is a smooth panel for a much cleaner look on the back of the car. It is made of true carbon fiber. It will be a direct replacement for the factory panel. It will require some hardware for it to be transferred over.
For this installation you need a 1/4" ratchet, 5.5 mm socket, 7 mm socket, 8 mm socket, a short extension, plastic pry bar and a panel removal tool. Beginning with the insulation in the trunk by removing these two panels, one located on each side, then the two screws located underneath them. If you have trouble you can use a small pry bar or flat head screwdriver, but usually you can get your finger in there pretty easily. Let's pull them right off. The next part is not 100% necessary, but I like to put some tape along the painted edge right here, just to protect it when we pull off the panel.
Now this part you'll want a small plastic pry bar, something that's not going to scratch the material. The six clips we have to remove is, there's one here, here, two in the middle and two on the other side. Once you pop those clips out, you sort of lift the panel up to remove it. You want to get it loose before you pull too hard. You have to unplug the backup camera, and remove it from the car. With the factory trunk panel off, next I'm going to do is remove this cover from the inside of the trunk, so we can access the bottom to get the nuts in for the new hardware. What we're going to do here is twist these off. Then remove all these plastic clips.
Usually you just get a good grip on these and twist them off, use a small screwdriver or whatever and pop this plastic cover off, and remove all the push pins. With the stock panel off, now we can remove the camera. It's just two small little 5-1/2 mm screws. We're just going to transfer the camera itself over to the new trunk lid which includes its own mounting hardware, and put the trunk lid aside. Install the factory backup camera with the bracket. Get everything lined up and install the hardware provided by Anderson. Once we're done with that we're going to remove all the nuts and washers from the studs, we're ready to install on the car.
The last thing we're going to do to the trunk is this middle screw right here on this factory bracket, we're going to remove that. Then I don't want to forget, you've got a plug in the backup camera and align all the studs. You may have to just move it around a little bit. That is a tight fit to get everything lined up. Now we can install the mounting hardware. It's easiest to start on the ends and the studs are in the carbon fiber, so you want to get these tight and you don't really want to crank on them too much. Okay, you've got the two outside there. The next four are going to be hard to see with the camera in the inside.
There's one kind of in this area and one way, way back here. Use a small wrench to get them in here and just again get them snug. You don't want to crank on them too much, because they're just studs sticking out. Basically hand tighten maybe a 1/4 to a 1/2 turn past that is going to be tight enough. I'm going to reinstall the trunk liner. Reinstall the latch cover and lastly install the factory cover over these bolts, and your installation is finished. The Anderson Taillight Panel fits well and in my opinion gives a nice custom touch to the back of the car. Actually it looks really good with the clear taillights, but really ties the end in nicely.
It gives it a nice clean look. Alex, what do you think of the finished product?
Alex: I love the way it looks. The carbon fiber looks great and the way it flows with the car is just awesome. It's a perfect product.
Bill: The overall installation isn't bad. It is kind of hard to get to some of the nuts, it's a little bit tedious, but overall I'd say probably an hour to an hour and a half. You'll be back on the road in no time.