Diode Dynamics Sequencer Taillight Kit Mustang 2010-2022
- Made In The USA!
- Plug-and-Play Kit
- Easy Installation
- Adds Sequential Function
Diode Dynamics Taillight Sequencer Kit for all 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022 Mustangs.
In 2010, Ford introduced and included sequential turn signals on all Mustangs, and since then they have maintained the trend all the way up to the current model. Unfortunately, the sequential pattern is only used for the turn signals. But not anymore! Now you can update those lights on your 2010-2022 Mustang with this Diode Dynamics Taillight Sequencer Kit (DD3016) from CJ Pony Parts!
Features and Benefits:
- Adds Sequential Abilities to all Lighting Functions
- Requires no Permanent Modifications
- Complete Plug-and-Play Kit
- Made in the USA
- Quick and Easy Installation
- 100% Reversible
- Sold as a Pair
With this Diode Dynamics Sequencer Kit, the brake and hazards lights will not flash with a static pattern. This easy-to-install kit will make the taillights flash in a sequential pattern for all of your typical functions - including brake, hazard, and locking/unlocking your 2010-2022 Mustang. This plug-and-play sequencer kit will take only minutes to install, and requires no permanent modifications to your factory wiring harness.
This kit from Diode Dynamics (DD3016) has been engineered with only the highest of quality parts, including modified OE-grade connectors featuring an embedded circuit protector for extreme reliability over the life of your Mustang. Designed, tested, and manufactured right here in the USA and offering a fully plug-and-play installation, this is by far one of the simplest ways to make your 2010-2022 Mustang stand out from the rest!
Please Note: This Taillight Sequencer Kit will only work on US-Spec Taillights and may NOT be compatible with aftermarket taillights and/or aftermarket bulbs.
*Please confirm that you have US-Spec Sequential Taillights prior to placing your order.
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Today we're going to install a set on this 2016 GT-350.
These sequencing were made in the USA and are a very easy installation on all 2010 through 2016 Mustangs. You simply have to unplug the factory harness from the tail light and put this in line with it, and plug it back in. Very simple to do, and we'll show you how to do it on the new Shelby.
I'm going to start the installation by popping the trunk, and we're going to remove the cover for the installation device.
Next we're going to remove this rear panel by removing these 4 thumb screws. There are going to be 2 on each side.
Okay next, the panel, you're going to kind of pull it forward towards the front of the car and kind of lift up.
I should mention at this point, if you do have a factory subwoofer in your car, you are going to have to remove the subwoofer to install this part. It's only a few bolts. It's very easy to remove, but get that out of the way. We're going to actually tilt this forward, and you can see the plug.
Now we'll reach down and plug it from the top. Take the sequencer. They're both the same. Install that, and plug it back in the factory harness.
Now repeat the process on the other side.
With both sides plugged in, we give them a quick test. The easiest way to do this, you can hit the hazards, hit the brakes, or just hit unlock on key fob. Okay, now they sequence just like the turn signals do when I'm unlocking the car. Now we can reinstall the panels that we removed, and your installation is finished.
Here you see the tail light sequencers with the brake lights on. Once you hit the brake light, all of them will stay on, and when you release they go off. Hit it again, and they sequence, and here's the hazards.
Here you can see the turn signals work just like factory.
The tail light sequencers add a nice custom touch to our Shelby. Obviously it's great that they sequence when the tail lights and turn signals are on, and now you get them with your brake lights, your hazard lights, even when you disarm the car.
Installation is very straightforward, very easy. Even with subwoofer, it should take you no more than 30 to 45 minutes, and be back on the road in no time.