Starkey Raptor Style Grille Lighting Kit for all 2015-2016 F-150s.
If you are lucky enough to own a 2015-2016 F-150 then you are probably looking for ways to improve it. We have the solution for you! This 4530 Starkey Raptor Style Grille Lighting Kit is a quick and easy modification that anyone can do.
Features and Benefits:
- No Drilling or Wire Cutting for Installation
- Pre-Wired, Weatherproof Lamps
- Clear Lenses with Amber LED Bulbs
- Black Powder Coated, Galvanized Steel Bracket
- USA Made
- Everything Needed for Installation is Included
*Modification may be required with some aftermarket bug deflectors, although very rarely the case.
This 4530 Starkey Raptor Style Grille Lighting Kit comes with all that is necessary to complete this installation, including instructions. With this kit, you will receive a light bar bracket, 3 pre-wired lamps, installation hardware and instructions. The installation will be simple and should not take longer than 1 hour to complete.
What’s great about this kit is that it can be mounted to any factory grille and almost every aftermarket grille. Part of the reason why the installation of this kit is so easy is due to the included LED lamps being pre-wired. LED bulbs have a life span of 50,000+ hours, so you will never have to replace these bulbs! High quality weatherproof construction insures trouble free operation. The lamps that come with this kit have clear lenses and amber LED bulbs. This kit is DOT compliant.
The included light bar bracket is composed of galvanized steel, and has been powder coated black. This two-step coating process ensures a finish that not only looks awesome, but will last the life of the vehicle! This no hassle installation requires no drilling or cutting of the factory wires. The bracket will utilize factory mounting points. It doesn’t get much easier!
Order a Starkey Raptor Style Grille Lighting Kit for your 2015-2016 F-150 from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Do they come in chrome?
Can these lights be used on a 2015 f150 with the 3.5 ecoboost engine? There's automatic moving air vent lovers in there. Will they interfere with each other?
Can we see a photo of the completed install with the lights on? Can we see the instructions? How do you turn the lights on / off? Thanks!
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For this installation you'll need a quarter inch ratchet, a 7 millimeter socket, 8 millimeter socket, 10 millimeter socket, an extension, 10 millimeter wrench, flat head screwdriver, pliers, trim removal tool, and a razor blade.
Now on both sides of the truck we have to remove this headlight panel. It comes off by removing the two 7 millimeter screws and the trim clip up to. Remove the headlight trim panel by lifting it over this lip right here. I like to work my way towards the middle. Now repeat the process on the other side.
Next we're going to remove these four 10 millimeter bolts and these four pushpins. For these pins you can use either pliers, a screwdriver, but I'm going to use a panel removal tool.
Next, unplug these two electrical connectors. There's an 8 millimeter bolt on the bottom of the grille that needs removed on both sides. Now on each side of the grille, we have to remove these three pushpins from this rubber radiator shield. We can finally remove the grille now. You're just going to grab onto it, carefully, and lift up to remove it.
Once you get the grille off the truck, unless you want to scratch your grille or damage it, you want to lay it on a nice, soft surface such as cardboard, a blanket, or towels. We've got ours laying on a nice microfiber towel so it's not going to be scratched. Now with it on the table we can remove the active shutter system from the grille.
To start off, grab yourself a 10 millimeter deep socket and remove the three nuts on the bottom of the active shutter. There's an 8 millimeter bolt dead center in the shutter that needs to be removed as well. To finally remove this active shutter system you need to remove the 10 millimeter nuts at each corner of the shutter. If you start to loosen the nut and it just spins on you, grab yourself a flat head screwdriver and you can jam it in hole, give it a twist to apply pressure, and it should be just enough to hold it so you can loosen the nut. Now lift the shutter assembly off the grille and set it aside.
We can now begin the installation of this LED grille light. To start off, use the supplied stainless steel hardware to mount the L- bracket to the LED bar. Now you don't want to tighten these up just yet. Leave them loose so you can adjust it to the proper height that you want. Once you get the brackets on you can line it up and see where you want to mount it. This is going to mount on the top of the grille using these bolt holes right here, and then you can adjust it vertically to where you want it to be. Make sure you can see all the LEDs through the grille. Also make sure that it's even and make any adjustments that you need. After you get the brackets lined up where you want them to be, tighten them up.
Once the brackets are securely tightened up, put it back on the grille. Now we're going to reinstall the shutter. You're going to want to route the wiring through the top of the shutter assembly. To secure this light bar to the grille, you're going to stick your hand through the shutter and grab onto the L-bracket and line it up with one of these holes here and then grab these large clips that we removed earlier, just two of them, get it through, and do it to both L-brackets. Now the LED bar is secured.
Now we're going to reinstall the bolt and seven nuts that we removed from the shutter. Now we can reinstall the grille on the truck. Reconnect this radiator panel, reinstall the two remaining clips for the front part of the shutter assembly, and then the four bolts. Don't forget the two bottom 8 millimeter bolts. Reconnect the two electrical connections.
Now to power this LED light bar we're going to be tapping into the amber running light here. We have to run the wire out of the top of the shutter assembly just like this. If we try to run it underneath here to come out of this hole, it would interfere with the shutter and wouldn't allow it to close. With the wire from the LED bar running over here, we can disconnect the connector for the running light. There's a clip holding this harness to the headlight. If you can pop it off, you might get a little bit more slack just to make it a little bit easier to work with.
Now with a razor blade cut away the electrical tape so you can gain access to the wires. Once you have the wires exposed you want to grab the brown wire with the yellow stripe. This is the wire we're going to be tapping into with the supplied wiretap. Put the wire in the groove and then grab a pair of pliers and pinch it until you hear a click. Grab the red wire from the LED bar and plug it in. Reconnect the connector. Now it can work on the ground wire.
Now we're going to remove the bolt for this ground wire and mount our ground wire for the LED to it. Run the ground wire under the core support, then put your bolt through. Now that the ground is secure, you can test the light and see if it works properly. All right, now to test to see if it works just simply open up the door, and it seems to be working great. We can finish the installation.
Starkey provides a couple zip ties so you can clean up the wires. Now we can reinstall the headlight trim panel. Reinstall the trim clip. Reinstall the two 7 millimeter screws. Then repeat the process on the other side. Now finally, reinstall the radiator cover panel. Reinstall the ten fender clips. Now you're installation is finished.
Our Starkey Raptor-style LED grille light is installed. It looks great, adds a little bit of attitude to our truck. Installation should take about two hours and before you know it you'll be heading down the road.