Oracle Lighting Off-Road LED Side Mirror Cap Pair F-150 2009-2014/F-150 Raptor 2010-2014
- 2200Lm Total Output
- 45 Degree Beam Angle
- 6000K Color Temperature
- 2 Amp Power Draw
Pair of Oracle Lighting LED Off-Road Side Mirror Caps for 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 F-150s and 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Raptor F-150s.
If you're looking for a way to increase off-roading visibility in your 2009-2014 Raptor F-150 without detracting from its appearance, you're in the right place! Check out this Pair of Oracle Lighting LED Off-Road Side Mirror Caps from CJ Pony Parts!
Features & Benefits:
- High-Powered LED Light Bars Integrated into Factory-Style Side Mirror Caps
- Increases Peripheral Illumination So You Can See All Sides of the Trail When Off-Roading
- Custom, Almost OEM-Like Design that Enhances the Appearance of Your F-150
- Powerful 24x 1W Cree LEDs
- 2200 Lumen Total Output and 6000K Color Temp
- 2 Amp Power Draw
- Each Unit has a 45-Degree LED Beam Angle to Optimize Visibility
- Multiple Aluminum Heat Sinks Wick Heat Away from LEDs
- Heat Sinks Use Air Flowing through the Mirror Housing to Increase Cooling
- Rugged Polycarbonate Housing
- Anodized Rock Guards Protect LED Acrylic Lenses
- Lenses Also House DBM Reflex LED Optics that Focus the Light for Optimal Visibility from Driver Seat
- Easy to Install Using Factory Mounts
This Pair of Oracle Lighting 5752-001 LED Off-Road Side Mirror Caps will help increase peripheral illumination, which means you'll find trail obstructions are much easier to see while you're off-roading, especially when visibility is already limited! You'll get two of these side mirror caps with your order: one for the driver side and one for the passenger side. Each one features high-powered LED light bars that are fully integrated into the caps, giving them a custom but still almost OEM-like appearance. The powerful 24x 1W Cree LEDs offer a total lumen output of 2200 and a color temperature of 6000K, as well as a 45-dgree LED beam angle to help optimize visibility. Their multiple aluminum heat sinks wick heat away from the LEDs and use the air that flows through the mirror housing to increase cooling. This Pair of Off-Road Side Mirror Caps comes in a rugged polycarbonate housing and have anodized rock guards that protect the LED acrylic lenses. These lenses also house DBM reflex LED optics that focus the light for optimal visibility when you're in the driver seat. Plus, installing these side mirror caps will be incredibly easy because you'll use your factory mounts!
- One (1) Driver Side ORACLE Ford F-150/Raptor LED Off-Road Side Mirror Cap
- One (1) Passenger Side ORACLE Ford F-150/Raptor LED Off-Road Side Mirror Cap
The Oracle Lighting products that are now available from CJ Pony Parts are truly some of the best and brightest on the market, guaranteeing that you can see much better, and people will have no problem seeing you coming. They utilize the latest in lighting technology, so you can be sure you're getting the most advanced products on the market.
Order a Pair of Oracle Lighting 5752-001 LED Off-Road Side Mirror Caps for your 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 or 2014 F-150 or your 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 or 2014 Raptor F-150 from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Intermediate skill is required for this installation.
Tools you will need for this installation: 1/4 inch ratchet, 6mm socket, 8mm socket, an extension, 3/8 ratchet, 11mm socket, T20 Torx bit, flat head screwdriver, a file, wire strippers, wire crimpers, and a set of pliers.
The first thing we have to do is completely remove the door panel and we're going to start off by removing some access panels here and here. Grab yourself a pic or a flat head screwdriver and pry off this panel right here. Also remove this panel right here, which is inside the door handle. Then remove the 8mm screw that's down inside. Also remove the 8mm bolt behind the door handle. There's also two 6mm screws on the bottom of the door panel, you have to remove as well. One here and then one back here. Lift up on the door panel to remove it, but don't completely remove it because there's still some things connected on the inside. There's two tabs on the other side of this bracket that you can pinch to remove this locking mechanism. Then lift it forward and lift up the ball out of the socket. Remove this connector for the mirror control, then also the window lock connector and the locks.
Peel back this plastic cover. Unplug this connector that goes to the mirror. Then remove the three 11mm nuts. This stud is connected to a clip that you need to press with your finger in order to completely remove the mirror. We need to remove the glass now. In order to remove the glass, you can pivot the mirror and you can gain access to the four clips that secure the glass in place. Here's one of the four clips. Just get your screwdriver in there and then twist it and it'll pop out. You need to do that to the other three clips around the glass. Unplug this connector and also unplug the heated mirror wires. Set the glass aside.
Remove these four T20 Torx bits. Use a screwdriver or preferably a plastic pry bar to separate this trim piece of the mirror with the back of the mirror. Unplug the two connections to this light right here. Remove this piece of the mirror by pressing on these four tabs to remove it. Grab the correct mirror light. Fish the wire through the hole and slide it over. Use the provided screws and washers to secure it in place. Remove this insulator. Use a flat head screwdriver to pry of this piece of trim on the bottom of the mirror. Take the wiring from the mirror LEDs. Put it down this hole. Pull it out through the bottom and then push it out the side. Reconnect the light on the bottom of the mirror. Snap the two pieces back together.
Reinstall the four bolts. Reinstall this piece on the bottom. Reconnect the wires on the glass. Gently reinstall the glass by applying even pressure. Run the wire through this hole in the foam. Then reinstall the foam on the mirror. Pry this tab out, just a little bit. You can now put the mirror back in the truck. Fish the wires through this rectangular hole in the door. Then install the mirror. Install the three nuts. Plug the mirror back in.
Now you're going to remove this plastic cover on the door. We're going to be wiring these lights into the factory auxiliary light switches, which is on the other side of the truck, so we have to extend the wires and we're going to extend them before we go any further just to make it easier. We're going to run the wires in through this hole and then down the door panel and then out through here. Remove this kick panel right here. Once you get the wire out of the door right here, Oracle wants you to run the wire through this connector or underneath of it, we found this to be extremely difficult and we're going to choose to not take this route. We decided we're going to file a notch right here in the pinch weld and run the wire right here, that way the weather stripping seats properly and we can get the wire inside without damaging it. You can then paint this bare metal so it doesn't rust, run the wire behind the weather stripping, put the wire in the notch and you're good to go.
We're going to use this touch up paint to make sure it doesn't rust. Then give it a little bit too dry before we actually run the wire through it. The paint is now dry. We put some electrical tape around the wire. Now we're going to put it around the notch. We also put a little bit of wire loom right there. Push the weather stripping back on. Then we're going to run this wire over to the glove box area on the passenger side of the truck. We ran the power wire over to the glove box on the passenger side. Now we're going to ground the ground wire, right here on the door.
In the Raptor, there's actually four auxiliary wires that are in the glove box area that aren't being used from the factory. We're going to be using this one right here. It's the yellow wire, which is connected to the first auxiliary switch on the center console. I have both of my power wires here, one from the passenger's side and the other from the driver's side. Going to twist them together and then crimp them in this connector and they'll all be connected to the first auxiliary switch. Get the wires in there and crimp it. Now we can test it out and see if it works. These are the four auxiliary switches that come in the Raptor from the factory. They're originally not hooked up to anything, but now we have the first auxiliary switch hooked up to the mirror lights. Now that it works, you can reinstall the door panels and clean up the wiring and your installation's finished.
As you can see, these lights are extremely bright and they don't face exactly straight forward. They're a little bit to the side, which is really going to help with visibility, driving down the road and off-road. Our Oracle mirror lights are installed. They look great. They're super bright. They actually look like they could be a factory option, too. They're really going to help out driving down the road and off-road because of how wide the beam is. Installation should take about three to four hours and before you know it you'll be heading down the road.