Scott Drake Interior Courtesy Light LED Kit Pony Interior 1965-1966

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Scott Drake Interior Courtesy Light LED Kit Pony Interior 1965-1966
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Scott Drake LED Interior Courtesy Light Kit for all 1965-1966 Mustangs with a Pony Interior.

Your 1965-1966 Mustang with the iconic pony interior is as classic as you can get. But not everything about classic pony cars is perfect—notably their stock lighting systems. LED lighting is a great mod to add to any classic car to rejuvenate its look and enhance its light quality. When you replace your interior lights with LED lighting, you have to replace all of the lights for uniformity—sporadic LED mixed with incandescent lighting looks sloppy. CJ Pony Parts carries a high-quality aftermarket Scott Drake SD-6466-INT-WHD LED Interior Courtesy Light Kit for all 1965-1966 with a Pony Interior. Order your own kit today and bring a part of your vintage Mustang into the future.

LED Kit Includes:
- (1) Glove compartment bulb
- (1) Transmission-selector bulb
- (2) Under-dash courtesy light bulbs
- (2) Fastback quarter-trim courtesy light bulbs
- (3) Console bulbs

Features and Benefits:
- High-quality Scott Drake aftermarket kit
- LED lighting bulbs, which emit a blue-white glow
- Kit comprised of 9 bulbs
- Increases visibility in your car
- Modern look for your interior lighting
- Sold as a convenient kit
- Specifically designed to work with classic Mustang lighting circuits
- Fits all 1965-1966 Mustangs with the pony interior
- Direct-fit replacements, easy installation

This high-quality Scott Drake aftermarket kit was specifically designed to work with the stock lighting circuits of your 1965-1966 Mustang with a pony interior. This convenient, 9-piece kit contains (1) glove compartment bulb, (1) transmission-selector bulb, (2) under-dash courtesy light bulbs, (2) fastback quarter-trim courtesy light bulbs and (3) console bulbs. By emitting a blue-white glow, LED lighting provides a stylish, modern look for your interior lighting, which also increases the visibility in your car.

These direct-fit replacement bulbs easily install into the factory sockets of all 1965-1966 Mustangs with the pony interior. Simply remove your old, stock bulbs from their sockets and replace them with these bright, Scott Drake aftermarket ones.

*This LED bulb kit is generic for each year, so some bulbs may be unusable, depending on your specific application.

Order a Scott Drake SD-6466-INT-WHD LED Interior Courtesy Light Kit for your 1965-1966 Mustang with a Pony Interior from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Scott Drake Interior Courtesy Light LED Kit Pony Interior 1965-1966 is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Disappointed ! I've only fitted the interior lights and found that the under dash holders had to be modified slightly to allow the bulbs to fit as the bulb end is larger than the fitting. The bulbs are a white light but not at all bright. I might find a higher wattage bulb to fit ! Expensive considering the advertising.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from disapointment they do not fit in any case, the transmission bulb do not enter in the case you have to file the white plastic. the other bulbs are all with single terminal and my mustang either the under dash and the doors light the holder are with double terminals.
Date published: 2016-02-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from NO, NO, NO, NO. DO NOT BUY, WASTE OF MONEY Was hoping for a simple long lasting solution when it came to bulbs, but not a chance. The light from these is pitiful at best IF you can make them fit. They are too big for the interior lights and the amount of light they do produce is minimal. 2 lights broke right off when trying to get them into the sockets. Horrible, no amount of bending the brackets or sockets helped. AVOID these things.
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great light The light is almost perfect, the transmission selector bulb was/are a tight fit. In my case I had to file some of the white plastic of before it fitted. Besides that perfect.!
Date published: 2016-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great improvement We have a 1965 Mustang and I could not even see the temperature light at night. Now we have lights across the dash panel, a strong shifter light and bright white floor lights. Our one complaint is that there are no bulbs that fit in the door courtesy lights. Overall the bulbs fit perfectly with little manipulation of the sockets.
Date published: 2017-04-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I can See....I can See Due to the low light levels while driving at night, I decided to try these. Great improvement, much brighter instrument light. All light fit well however, you MUST carefully bend the tabs as instructed for the bulbs to fit the under dash light sockets, no worries, its easy to do and the lights work great!
Date published: 2017-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice and bright These make for a very nicely lit interior in a modern white light. Very easy to install.
Date published: 2016-07-19
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Product Questions

How do I remove console shifter bulb?

Asked by: mustanggirl
I believe that is shown in the installation video.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-09-08

The description says nine total bulbs, but the picture and itemized list show 11 bulbs.  Are there 11 bulbs in this kit?

Asked by: foursixforty
There is only nine bulbs. Our picture has been corrected.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-12-15

64 1/2 convertible . How many these lights work under dash 

Asked by: Bmac
All of them will work on your 1964.5. This kit includes 9 Total Bulbs: - One glove box bulb - One transmission selector bulb - Two under dash courtesy light bulbs - Two fastback 1/4 trim courtesy light bulbs - Two door courtesy light bulbs - Three console bulbs
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2017-01-27
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Scott Drake Interior Courtesy Light LED Kit Pony Interior 1965-1966 Video Transcript
By Bill Tumas: Classic cars aren't known for their bright lighting. Mustangs are no exception. Factory headlights and taillights are weak at best; the interior lights are near useless. Thankfully the aftermarket has us covered with lots of bright options for headlights and taillights, but, due to the factory wiring, interior options have always been limited. Most of the brighter bulbs on the market today won't work with the Mustang's factory wiring. Scott Drake has a solution. This is their Courtesy Light Kit for the '67 through '68 Mustang using white LED replacement bulbs specifically designed to work with your factory wiring.

Scott Drake includes 14 white LED replacement bulbs that will fit all the courtesy lights in your '67 through '68 Mustang regardless of body style or trim.

We're going to be installing the Courtesy Light Kit in a '68 Mustang GT we're restoring over in our shop. Installation of the lights is pretty straight forward. You remove the bulb, find the matching one with the correct amount of contacts and replace.

For this installation you'll need a Phillips Head screwdriver, a small flat head screwdriver, and a 5/64 Allen key.

We're going to start the install with the Courtesy Light located in the door of our '68 GT. Before you get started, make sure you disconnect your battery. Since the door is open the Courtesy Lights will be on, the bulbs can get quite hot. First step is remove this panel by removing the six retaining screws.

Next step is to remove the cover for the light. You want to remove the first screw all the way and simply loosen the second screw. With a couple turns, it will slide down out of the way. To remove the bulb you simply press in, turn and it will release.

Courtesy Light in the door uses a bulb with two contacts. Grab the equivalent two-contact LED from your Courtesy Light kit. Install the new bulb, line up the tabs, push it in, turn it clockwise and it will lock in place.

Now would be a good time to quickly reconnect your battery just to make sure LED light is working properly before you put your door panel back together.

If, for whatever reason, the dual contact would not light up, simply remove it, turn it 180 degrees and reinstall it.

Next we're going to install the Under-Dash Courtesy Lights.

The Courtesy Light socket is going to require a slight modification for our LED bulb. The modification can be done with the socket in the car, but we're going to remove it to give you a better look on how to do it.

Start by removing the bulb by pushing in, twisting and turning like we did with the door bulb. Once you remove the bulb you'll see the six little tabs around the outside. They hold the socket to the bracket and also hold the bulb. The LED won't clear that so you have to actually push each one of them down. Push to the outside to make additional clearance. Once you clear those tabs, the LED bulb will go right in.

Once you modified the socket and installed your LED, hook the battery up one more time for a quick test.

The next bulb we're going to replace is the bulb that lights up the shift pattern on our automatic. The first step is to remove the T-handle from the shift lever. The T-handle is held onto the arm by a small 5/64 Allen Key right in the back. Loosen the Allen Key and your T-handle will come off. Now we're going to remove the four screws holding on the shift plate. Slide the plate up over the shifter.

The light for the shifter is in a small housing attached the shifter arm. It's held in place by a spring clip, simply squeeze it, you can pop it out. This top cover will slide off, and there's our bulb.

The kit includes a specific bulb that's labeled just for this application. Once you replace the bulb again you'll probably want to check it to make sure it's good before you put everything back together. This bulb will only work with the key on so once you connect your battery, turn your key forward.

Our '68 Fastback has additional courtesy lights mounted inside these quarter trim panels. To remove the light, put your finger inside, pull from the inside, it will pop out. They're simply held in place by springs.

Again we're going to twist to remove the factory bulb. Grab our new LED bulb. Install. Just pop back into place.

As you can see the white LED Courtesy Light kit is a nice visual upgrade to the interior of our Mustang. Installation is just as simple changing a light bulb so you'll be back on the road in no time.