Roush Complete Front Fascia Kit Unpainted 2015-2017
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- Unpainted Finish
- Relocates The Fog Lights
- Aggressive Appearance
Roush Unpainted Complete Front Fascia Kit for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 Mustangs.
Completely transform the look and feel of your new 2015-2017 Mustang with this complete front fascia kit from Roush! The kit comes with everything you need to upgrade the entire front end of your EcoBoost, V6 or GT Mustang to the race inspired look of a Roush Mustang.
Roush designed their RS line of 2015-2017 Mustangs with some amazing looking components that really give off an unmistakable, aggressive appearance. This complete front fascia kit includes some of those same components like the front bumper cover with aero pockets, high-flow upper grille with emblem, high-flow lower opening and front chin splitter. These are all factory installed parts on 2015-2017 Roush Mustangs and are direct replacements for 2015-2017 EcoBoost, V6 and GT Mustangs.
*NOT compatible with 2015-2017 Mustangs equipped with collision detection or adaptive cruise control.
Each and every one of Roush's exterior upgrades is precision engineered using CAD/CAM design and manufactured with the same processes that the big automotive manufacturers use for OE-quality appearance, longevity and fitment.
The complete front fascia kit from Roush comes unpainted and will require prepping, priming and painting prior to installation.
Please Note: This front fascia kit relocates the fog lights if your Mustang is equipped with them. It does NOT include new fog lights.
How well do you want your new 2015-2017 Mustang to look and perform? With any of the parts from Roush Performance, you can give it a major performance overhaul, and add some visual styling that will truly make your EcoBoost, V6 or GT Mustang stand apart from the rest.
Order a Roush Unpainted Complete Front Fascia Kit for your 2015-2017 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Advanced skill is required for this installation.
I picked the Roush front fascia for a couple reasons. One of the main reasons is I love the look. I know I use the word aggressive a lot, but it has a very aggressive look to it. I love the way the splitters are, I love the sides, and I love the grill assembly itself. The second reason is quality. I mean the Roush front fascia, you're talking the exact same material as your OEM fascia. Now, there's a lot of aftermarket stuff that might be questionable, when dealing with Roush you know you're getting OEM quality, which is very important to me. The installation is also very straight forward, as it will be a direct swap for my factory bumper. Now I do have to mention I had mine pre- painted, and we do offer the Roush fascia here at CJ's. It comes in a black finish, so you'll want to paint it and prime it before installation.
Like I mentioned, the Roush fascia is a direct replacement for the factory fascia. This is gonna fit your 2015 through 2017 GT V6 or EcoBoost. It will not fit the Shelby and will not fit any car with adaptive cruise control.
For this installation, need a lift or a jack and jack stands, 1/4" ratchet, 5.5mm socket, 7mm socket, 8mm socket, 7mm ratcheting wrench, small flathead screwdriver, push pin removal tool or a flathead screwdriver, drill, and a 1/4" drill bit.
Now obviously the first step to the installation is to remove the factory front fascia. We're gonna start by removing the radiator cover. To remove the cover, simply remove these eight push pins. With the cover off, remove these six bolts across the front. Now for two of the four screws that cause a lot of owners damage. Underneath this seal on the end, there are two more tiny 5.5mm screws you have to remove.
Now with the car up in the air, you'll want to remove the front belly pan. In my case, I have an aftermarket splitter, but the removal process is the same. We remove all of the screws along the front, and then the plastic push pins.
With the panel off, now we remove the harnesses for the fog lights and marker lights. Do the same on both sides.
Now, moving to the wheel well area on both sides, we're gonna remove these three clips. One here, one here, and one tucked up in here. What you're going to do now is pull the splash shield back. Now, this is the second or probably the most common way honestly people damage their bumper. There's a little screw right here, a little 7mm, you gotta remove that to remove the bumper. Repeat the process on the other side.
We're now ready to actually remove the bumper cover itself, and the only thing holding on now is gonna be clips on both sides. You wanna reach on the outside here, and just pull out, pop off that side. Do the same thing over here. There's little alignment tabs across here, so you sort of want to pull out, and then lift up off of these as well, and then you can remove your stock bumper.
With the bumper off, you want to put it in a safe place that you can work on it. We have a little bit of disassembly to do. We're going to start with the fog lights. You want to hang onto the hardware too, as we will be reusing it. Next, remove this trim panel here, so we can remove our marker light. Remove the two clips down there, and one more at the top. With the panel off, separate the market light by removing these three screws. Then repeat the process on the other side.
Now we're going to move on to the plastic impact absorber here. This is held on by clips. Again, just push the clips in. Once you get one of them going the rest of them will come out pretty easy. Then the last thing we're gonna need for now off our factory bumper is gonna be this rubber seal. Now, to get this off, simply push these little clips through. With the screws off, now we're gonna remove these J clips as well, as they're gonna be reused on our new bumper.
Again with the market lights, we're gonna grab one of the J clips we removed, pop it right in there. You want to grab the correct Roush bracket and the matching marker light. Basically get it lined up, and install to the bracket with the original hardware. Now these are self-tapping screws, so they're not going to thread in, just get them started and they'll go in pretty easily. Put the bracket in place over here, and then reinstall with original hardware. Once you're finished, repeat the process on the other side.
To install the fog lights, we've got to remove them from the factory brackets. Now the fog lights are identical, they are not side specific. What you're gonna do is put them in place, line up these holes, make sure the plug is facing down, and install them with the supplied screws.
Now because we assembled our front fascia for the introduction of this video, there's two steps that you're gonna have to do that we sort of skipped. One of them is the grill. Very simple. Use the supplied foam, and it just presses into these clips. No big deal at all. Same thing with this lower splitter here. Splitter is gonna screw on to the J clips that are already mounted. Once those two things are done, now we're going to install the spacer we need for the performance pack car.
This is the space for the front splitter where the belly pan connects to it. Now this is only needed if you have a GT performance pack car, which my car is. What you're gonna do with this, simply gonna line it up, and use the supplied screws to install it.
The next step here is to install the impact absorber off the original bumper. Has the same style tabs. Just line everything up, push it down into place. Now we're finished with the assembly of our Roush fascia.
All right, this time now before we put the fascia on the car, we do have a little bit of wiring to do. The reason being is Roush moves the fog lights more inboard, and the original harness is simply not going to reach. What we're gonna do is basically peel this tape back first, and then we're gonna strip these wires and install the Roush extension harness so everything reaches.
Now this is the harness we're going to be installing so our extension harness fits properly. You want to pay close attention to the orientation of the wires. You'll notice this slot in the middle here, you want to make sure the wires go into the right spots on the new harness. All right, so with the slot facing out, black wire's on top.
Now with this peeled back, there are two ways you can do this. Like I said, Roush provides all the necessary terminals to cut the wire right here and extend it, and put a new end on it. What I'm going to do instead, is actually remove the terminals, and de-pin this plug, and put the pins into the other plug, which I think is gonna be a little bit easier. To do that, start by popping off this white cap, you'll just need a small screwdriver. If you look inside here, you'll see two little plastic clips. One there, and one there. What you'll want to do sort of pull on the wire a little bit, click on that clip, and the pins will come out.
Now, remember the orientation we talked about this before, the slot was facing outward, and the black wire was on the top. You see the little metal stud sticking up? That's going to go in that way. Just push it in, it'll lock in place. Then same thing with the bottom, the studs face away from the center. Might have to give it a little push with a screwdriver, but you'll hear a little click when it locks in place. You need to take this connector here, put it between the wires, and lock it in. Now with the harness assembled, we're gonna plug it into the extension. Fish that over in the middle, and then do the same thing on the other side.
All right, now we're ready to put the fascia back on the car. For this step, grab an extra set of hands, it'll make it a lot easier to line it up, and put it into place. Now I'll do one side at a time, bring them back, line them up with the clips up here, and clip it in place.
Now with the bumper hanging, now we can put on the original seal. Just line up the clips and push them in. Now we can reinstall the original hardware. Next we install the two little small screws on each side. Now the radiator cover can go back on.
Now we're gonna install the fog light wiring, just fish it however you can to get it over here. Now we install the market light plugs, and then repeat the process on the other side.
Now we reinstall the small screw in here that connects the fender to our bumper cover. Then we install the top two clips here, the push pins for the wheel well. Then this one down here, we'll have to drill a hole. Simply line everything up and just drill a hole. Then repeat the process on the other side.
Well before we put the belly pan on, we're gonna double check as to make sure our lights work. Check the market lights, make sure the headlights work. Make sure your ignition's on when you check your fog lights.
Before we can reinstall the belly pan, we're gonna install these little J clips. Put these on the spacer we put on our car because it is a performance packed car. Now we're going to put original belly pan back into place. Now we'll install the supplied screws over here on the end. We'll install the pushpins for the plastic for the wheel well, and your installation's finished.
I don't know what to say except I absolutely love the way this looks. Ever since I saw my first Roush in 2015, I've loved the look of this bumper. I'm glad I finally got one on my car. Installation's a little time consuming, it really isn't that hard, but give yourself about three or four hours, and you'll be back on the road in no time.