Baja Designs Fog Light Kit Pro F-150 Raptor 2017-2019
- Vehicle Specific Brackets
- Squadron Pro Spots
- Squadron Pros Driving Beam
- S2 Pros In Wide Cornering
Baja Designs Pro Fog Light Kit for all 2017-2019 F-150 Raptors.
If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to add some fog lights to your 2017-2019 F-150 Raptor, it’s time to pick up this Baja Designs Pro Fog Light Kit from CJ Pony Parts!
This Baja Designs (447556) Pro Fog Light Kit is just what you need to add even more illumination to the front of your Raptor! This kit comes with 4 Squadron Pros (in Spot and in Driving Combo) and 2 S2 Sports (in Wide Cornering). All of these lights will help light your way when you’re driving in low visibility situations while also adding a more custom and unique look to the front of your Raptor.
This Kit Includes:
- Two (2) Vehicle Specific Mounting Brackets
- Necessary Wiring Harnesses to Run Lights with Factory Auxiliary Switches
- Two (2) Squadron Pros in Spot (4900 Lumens Each)
- Two (2) Squadron Pros in Driving Combo (4900 Lumens Each)
- Two (2) S2 Sports in Wide Cornering (1130 Lumens Each)
Order a Baja Designs (447566) Pro Fog Light Kit for your 2017-2019 F-150 Raptor from CJ Pony Parts today!
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This is Baja Designs LED fog light kit designed to fit the 2017 to 2018 F-150 Raptor. It comes with two heavy-duty steel brackets that bolt right to the truck to hold a squadron spot and driving light as well as an S2 cornering light to really light up the trail at night. For more information and pricing, click the link in the description down below.
Now let's get to the install. Tools you need for this installation: 8-millimeter socket, 1/4-inch ratchet, 10-millimeter socket, 14-millimeter socket, 3/8 ratchet, 10-millimeter wrench, 14-millimeter wrench, 4-millimeter hex key, and basic wiring tools.
First thing we're going to do for this install is assemble our lights onto our brackets. We're going to show you how to do everything on the passenger side, so it's the same process for the driver side. This is the passenger side bracket. It's going to be going on top of the lights just like this, so once we get our brackets onto these lights, we can mount it to this main bracket.
Take the provided bolt and washer and put it through the bracket. This bolt has to go in first, so if you put this bracket onto the light, you won't be able to get this bolt on. Attached the bracket to the light with the provided bolts and lock washers. The lock washer for this is going to go between the bracket and the light. Okay. Do the same thing for the rest of the lights. Then you can attach them to the bracket.
Attach the bracket to the light with the provided bolts and make sure the lock washer goes between the bracket and the light. Make sure this bolt goes through the bracket before you fully attach the bracket to the light. Do the same thing for the rest of the lights then attach them to the main bracket.
We're ready to attach the bracket to our lights. It doesn't matter which orientation you put them. It's really up to you. Tighten down all the hardware with a 14-millimeter socket and wrench. Don't fully tighten these just yet. Leave them a little bit loose so you can fine-tune them, and then you can tighten them down once they're on the truck.
We are underneath the front bumper of the truck on the passenger side. Locate the support bracket that braces the bumper. You're going to remove this bolt and, at the other end of the bracket, loosen this bolt. These bolts are eight-millimeter. Remove this bolt but don't get rid of it. You will be reusing it. You're just loosening that bolt so this bracket can move out of the way.
Raise your fog light into place. Swing this bracket back over and reattach it with the bolt that you removed. You can tighten up the support bracket. With the two remaining holes in this bracket, one here and one down here, we're going to secure it with the provided Allen bolts and nuts. Put the bolt and washer through. This part can be a little tricky, but now with the bolt in place, go on the front side and install the washer and then the nut. Hold the nut against the bolt and thread the bolt into the nut. It is a bit tricky. Tighten down these nuts and bolts with a 4-millimeter hex key and 10-millimeter wrench. Once you get your three bolts tightened up, repeat the same process for the other side. Then you can move on to wiring.
There's a total of six harnesses that come with this kit. We're going to take the two longest wires. These are the ones that get connected right to the ground and power. We're going to drop both of these down right here to go down to the bottom of the truck. Now we're going to take a crossover cable, this is the longer cable that has two male ends and one female end, and connect one of those to each of the power wires that we just dropped down. Now take the longer end of both crossover cables and run them towards the driver side.
With the two male plugs that are still on your passenger side, choose one of them and plug that into your outside corner light and then make sure you plug the other end of this wire on the crossover cable to the same light on the other side so that they're on the same switch. Grab the last remaining male connector on the passenger side, plug in your splitter adapter, and then connect this to the two inside lights. Do the same thing to the other side. Now your two inside lights will be on the same circuit, and the cornering lights will be their own circuit.
Okay. All we have to do now is hook our lights up to power and ground. We're going to hook up our two inside lights to switch number two. That's this brown and blue wire. Then our corner lights will go to switch number three, and that'll be this gray and yellow wire. This harness makes it really easy to connect to power. Just put the wire that you want to connect into the connector, like so, right on the groove and then close it down. Do the same thing for the other wire. Now connect both of them to ground. All right. Let's test out the lights. They're looking pretty good. We can clean up our wiring, and our install is done.
Okay. We got our Baja Designs fog light kit installed in this 2018 Raptor. It's looking so much better. This thing is really going to have no problem seeing at night on the trail. I'd say give yourself two to three hours to install this and, before you know it, you'll be heading off road.