Fog Light Assembly Single GT/Cobra 1987-1993

CJ's Part Number: FGLA22

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Product Description

Fog Light Assembly for 1987-1993 GT and 1993 Cobra Mustangs.

This is a direct replacement fog light assembly for the GT and Cobra front bumper. Features the original style lens design. Improves driving visibility and the overall appearance of your Mustang.

Attaches using factory style pigtails (plug-and-play). Includes mounting bracket and correct wiring connector.
 

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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By Bill Tumas: If the headlights on your Fox Body Mustang look like this, it's time for a replacement. Not only does this look bad, it's a huge safety issue, as well, due to the decrease in light output. Thankfully, if you're modifying your Fox Body, or dare I say even restoring your Fox Body, this plan of headlight choice is available. We're doing this six piece ultra-clear set. We're just going to be installing on our 90 Mustang GT along with a matching set of clear fog lights.

Our six piece ultra-clear kit is going to install just like the factory lights but update the look due to the clear lenses with the diamond cut construction. The corner lights feature the amber reflector to keep you legal while the new headlights are going to include a new seal, new backing plate, as well as a new bulb.The fog lights are cut of the exact same material, so it's going to make them a perfect match for the headlights.

While not necessary for the installation, a jack and jack stands or lift will make it easier to access the fog light nuts. For this installation you will need a 3/8 ratchet, 15mm socket, 11mm wrench and safety glasses.

The first part of the installation is to remove the existing headlights from the car. The only tool necessary for this is going to be an 11mm wrench. You can do it with a standard wrench, but a ratcheting will make it a lot easier. If we disconnect the harnesses, it will give you a little more room to get your hands down inside there. There's going to be three nuts that hold the headlight on; two for the marker light and another two for the corner light. Then you want to make sure you keep all the retaining nuts for the new headlights.

While everything's out we'll give it a quick cleaning. Now we'll fish the bulbs and sockets up to the openings, and we're ready to install our new lights. This is a good time to check your bulbs and make sure your markers and your transistors are working properly while you have everything apart.

Now we're going to start installing our new lights. Install the bulb, then we'll line it up and we're ready to reinstall the nuts. If we're missing any nuts or just want new hardware, we do offer a complete set for mounting. Now we're going to install the parking light.

Now, our last step is to install our new headlight. You want to make sure the seal is nice and tight before you go to install it. The order you install the lights doesn't necessarily matter, but I've just found it's easier to do it as: the parking lights, marker lights, and then do the headlights last. Now you want to repeat the process on the other side.

Now we're going to remove the factory fog lights. First I'm going to disconnect the harness right here then remove this nut which holds the fog light to the bracket. You'll want to hold the fog light once you remove this, and then you slide it out from the front. You want to make sure this spacer here is sitting on the rounded end of the bracket so you can adjust the fog lights properly before you install it.

I'll fish the harness through the upper hole first then put our fog light. Again, make sure that bracket is straight, and we can put the nut on and tighten it down. The light can pivot so you'll want to hold it while you tighten this down. And the last step is to plug it in. Now you want to repeat the process on the other side and then we can test our lights.

Our new six piece headlights and fog lights look great and the increased light output is going to be a huge benefit at night. You want to make sure you aim your headlights properly before you head out on the road. Installation should take you around an hour and a half so you'll be back on the road in no time.