Taillight Housing Passenger Side Bronco 1966-1977
- Fits Passenger Side
- Direct-Fit Replacement
- Zinc Plated Finish
- Includes Light Bulbs
Passenger Side Taillight Housing for all 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 and 1977 Broncos.
If you need to replace that old, worn out or missing taillight housing on the passenger side of your 1966-1977 Bronco, this new Passenger Side Tail Light Housing should be your go to choice!
Taillight Housing Features and Benefits:
- Perfect Reproduction of Original 1967-1977 Taillight Housing
- Direct-Fit Replacement
- Pre-Installed Wiring and Light Bulb Sockets
- Durable Zinc Plated Finish Prevents Rust and Corrosion
- Includes Brake Light Bulb, Reverse Light Bulb and a Gasket
Over the years the original passenger side taillight housing on your classic Bronco will begin to corrode from the elements and may lead to electrical issues causing your tail lights to stop working. This new passenger side tail light housing features a zinc coated finish to resist the common corrosion issue for years of use.
All of the correct wiring harnesses are installed into this housing as well as light bulb sockets for the brake light and reverse light. This Taillight Housing even provides a new gasket and a pair of light bulbs for a quick and easy install.
Please Note: This taillight housing is not correct for 1966 Broncos, but will fit as an upgrade because of the reverse light function.
*Taillight lens and mounting hardware are sold separately.
Order a Passenger Side Taillight Housing for your 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 or 1977 Bronco from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Today, we're going to replace them on our 1971 F-250. These taillight housings are designed to be a direct fit reproduction taillight housing for the 1964 to 1972 F-100. They come with pre-installed, ready to go wiring and gaskets, and the bulbs are also included to make the install a breeze. Replacement screws are also included to give your restoration that fine detail, and these taillight housings are sold separately. For more information on them, and pricing, click the link in the description down below. Now, let's get to the install.
All right. These taillight housings are super easy to replace. All you'll need is a Phillips screwdriver. Remove the two screws on the lens. As you can see, the gasket on our housing is pretty much nonexistent, and whoever painted this truck before, painted the housing too, which affects its reflective properties. We're going to remove it and replace it with a nice new one.
Pull out the housing and unplug the two connectors. Go throw this ugly thing away. All right. Here's our new passenger side housing. It comes with pre-installed wiring, ready to go. It comes with new seals on there and also nice new gasket and bulbs. All we need to do it plug it in and reinstall it with the new screws. Then, the lens. All right. We're done on this side. We can go to the other side.
Okay. We got out new taillight housings installed on our 1971 F-250. They're nicely sealed up now. They're not going to get any moisture in there. All you need to do this is a Phillips screwdriver and maybe 20 minutes. Before you know it, you'll be heading down the road.