Scott Drake Sequential Tail Light Kit Programmable 2005-2009
Scott Drake Programmable Sequential Tail Light Kit for all 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 Mustangs.
It's easy to personalize the style of your 2005-2009 Mustang with this Programmable Sequential Tail Light Kit from Scott Drake! You can totally customize your tail lights and make your S197 Mustang stand out from the rest at the next car show or cruise-in.
Features & Benefits:
- Includes Two Complete Harnesses
- Does Not Require Cutting or Splicing
- Only Requires a 1/4-Inch Ratchet, 11mm Deep Socket and Small Pick to Install
- Numbered to Make Installation Even Easier and Not Side Specific
- Installs in the Factory Locations
- Five Programmable Sequence Settings for a Custom Look
- Direct Fit Replacements
This Scott Drake 5R3Z-STL Programmable Sequential Tail Light Kit is so easy to install that you'll only need a few tools (a 1/4-inch ratchet, an 11mm deep socket and a small pick) and a few minutes for each side. The kit includes two complete harnesses that are not side-specific. They don't require any cutting or splicing to install, and each bulb socket is numbered to make the installation process even simpler. With five programmable sequence settings, these tail lights can easily be customized so you get the look you want with minimal effort. There's an instruction booklet that comes with the kit, and it will show you how to program the sequence settings to your liking. These sequential tail lights are direct fit replacements that install right in the factory locations.
Order a Scott Drake 5R3Z-STL Programmable Sequential Tail Light Kit for your 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 or 2009 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Novice skill is required for this installation.
The includes two plug and play harnesses, as well as detailed instructions. The harnesses are not side specific, but are numerically numbered for proper installation. This switch here is unique to Drake Muscle Cars and allows for six different sequencing options.
For this installation, we'll need a quarter inch ratchet, 11 mm deep socket and a small pick. The installation requires us to pull the taillight bodies off of the car. The first step is to remove these plastic trim panels from inside the trunk. Start by unthreading this one here. To pop these clips out, we need a small pick. Pull up and put the panel aside. Now you want to disconnect the taillight harness by pushing down on the clip and simply sliding it upward. Now, were going to remove the three retaining nuts that hold the taillight to the body. Now we're going to push the harness through down here. We carefully push against the studs of the taillights and remove our taillight.
Once you have your taillight out, we're going to remove the factory harness. Turn the bulbs to release them. Now were going to move the bulbs over to the new harness. The sockets are numbered, so they sequence properly. One's going to be on the inside, two, then three will be on the outside. Now we're ready to reinstall our light. You're going to reinstall the same way you took it out. Fish the harness through first. You want to make sure you get the harness pushed through and seated before you put the taillight up into place. Now we're going to reinstall the retaining nuts. Make them snug; you don't want to crank to tight on them. Now we're going to want to plug our harness back into the original wiring.
Once you plug in the harness, you can turn on the hazard lights to check our lighting. This is going to be the default sequence out-of-the-box. If you want to make a change, you simply change the dipswitch location on the harness itself. The instructions come with a detailed diagram showing you, which switches do what.
Once you've tested your light, you're ready to reinstall your trunk trim panel and your installation is complete. The adjustability of our Drake Muscle Car Sequential Taillight Kit gives our '06 a really unique look with the lights turned on. Installation should take you no more than a half an hour; you'll be back on the road in no time.