Depending on what year your Mustang is, your Mustang Taillights could be in a huge variety of conditions. However, as an important component of the Mustang lighting system, every set of Mustang tail lights should always be in top working condition, as long as you plan to drive your Mustang.
In older Mustangs, the original Mustang tail lights were known for being horribly weak and dim. If those owners have done nothing to upgrade these Mustang taillights, they are still that way, and likely make those Mustangs very difficult to see both at night and during braking, especially without Mustang third brake lights in all older cars. In addition, especially on very old Mustangs, the original fixtures for Mustang taillights can rust or break and the wiring can fray and fall apart, making the situation look a little worse once the dim bulb is removed. However, fixing those Mustang taillights is a very simple project. CJ Pony Parts offers many parts for every older Mustang so owners can find new, factory fixtures and wiring, plus new bulbs or upgrades for Mustang taillights, like LEDs and 3-bulb conversions.
Two of the most popular upgrades for Mustang tail lights for any year of Mustang are LEDs and sequential tailights. There are also SVO and Cobra-style taillights. With LEDs, your Mustang tail lights are going to be brighter than with standard bulbs and they feature "instant on" capability, which offers additional safety over standard bulbs, which take fractions of a second longer to turn on, which could make the difference in a potential accident situation. Meanwhile, sequential Mustang taillights are all about style. While this style of Mustang tail lights is standard on 2010-2020 Mustangs, other Mustang owners would need to add these Mustang tail lights to get this style. Luckily, these Mustang tail lights are easy to install and require minimal wiring, if any. CJ Pony Parts sells both LEDs and sequential tail lights, giving Mustang owners lots of options towards upgrading their Mustang tail lights.
For newer Mustangs, the Mustang taillights are generally going to work well and only need occasional new Mustang bulbs as old ones burn out. However, many upgrades for these Mustang tail lights are available, so owners can upgrade to newer fixtures or install LEDs and sequential turn signals if desired. These upgrades for Mustang tail lights are easy ones, but can make big differences in the brightness, functionality and look of your Mustang. Many Mustang taillights feature customer installation guides, manufacturer install instructions, and CJ's own video installs, which are hosted by Mustang specialist Bill Tumas. Whether you're looking for new lighting solutions or Mustang rims, be sure to visit the CJ Pony Parts website or giving the sales team a call.