Quality OEM replacement for all 2001-04 Mustangs with broken, leaking, and fading headlamps. Increase your visibility at night and freshen up the front!
Tinted replacement headlamp with internal amber park lamp. Nice upgrade from the clear style lights on 1999-2000 models.
Fits 1999-00-01-02-03-04 model Mustangs.
1 year warranty on all of the lights we sell
Although the manufacturer does not always warranty their products, we do! If you consider buying lights from Latemodel Restoration Supply you can be assured that we will stand behind them! We only use the best possible manufacturers when selecting our products. We have heard of other companies telling their customers to bake their lights in an oven or run silicone around the seams to fix or prevent leak issues. Not here! If for some reason there is a defective light assembly we will simply replace it, no questions asked, for 1 year from the date of purchase. Not only do we like to offer our customers the best value, we back it up with the best service!
Kit includes both left and right hand Mustang headlights. Tinted replacement headlamp with internal amber park lamp. Nice upgrade from the clear style lights on 1999-2000 Mustang models.
Dingy headlights suck! How many 01-04 Mustangs have you seen driving around with dingy, yellow headlights? When the 99 Mustang debuted most were glad to see the updated front end and headlight combination, unfortunately it seems like we stepped back in time because 99-04 Mustang headlights seem to get just as dull and dingy as the old Fox body headlights did. It's amazing how something as insignificant as a dull headlight can ruin your Mustang's overall appeal.
1 Year Warranty on These Headlights! Although the manufacturer does not always warranty their products, we do! If you consider buying lights from Latemodel Restoration Supply you can be assured that we will stand behind them! We only use the best possible manufacturers when selecting our products. We have heard of other companies telling their customers to bake their lights in an oven or run silicone around the seams to fix or prevent leak issues. Not here! If for some reason you have an issue with these lights leaking or turning yellow, we will replace them. No questions asked, within 1 year of the purchase date!
Published on 2013-06-03 Are your headlights shining at the ditch or trees instead of the road ahead of you at night? Watch this video as Jmac walks you through how to adjust your Mustang Head lights. Adjustment procedure is on all three models of Stangs is very easy and only requires a dark sitting and a headlight adjusting tool/wrench.
The headlight adjusting wrench/tool is needed for the 87-93 lights and the 94-98 lights. On the 99-04 you only need to have a Philips Screwdriver. Use Jmac's adjusting procedure to get your headlights pointing in the idle direction.
If you need help installing new lights be sure to check out our many tech/install videos on our YouTube Channel. Also, go to LatemodelRestoration.com to pick up your replacement lights with Free Shipping and a NO HASSLE WARRANTY on all our lighting options. We have everything you need to make sure your headlamp has the correct adjustment and replacement parts.
If you own a 1999 to 2004 Mustang, then you already know that the headlights are notorious for doing this-- completely fogging over, not letting light pass through, and looking like garbage. Luckily, we have lots of different options to get you back right, two of which are the Ford original '01 to '04 style Mustang headlight. The other one is our aftermarket version of the same light.
What's the difference between the two? Not a whole lot. They look almost identical and fit almost identical, unlike other companies' offerings. Now, the '01 to '04 style has the black inserts, giving it a smoked look. The '99, 2000 is completely chrome on the inside, giving it a much brighter look. This '01 to '04 style is the more desirable and most popular option.
Now, on our aftermarket lights, they have the factory adjusting points and the factory mounting points. Both the Ford original and the aftermarket don't come with new bulbs or side marker sockets. You'll have to reuse your originals. Or if your originals are bad, we have you covered with new bulbs, new side marker sockets, and even pigtail connectors for boats, in case your pigtail connectors are broken.
Let me show you how these things fit in comparison, Ford versus aftermarket. Now to, get your janky old headlight out of the way, you've only got two pins in your way. Grab hold, and pull straight up, and those pins will let free. And you can grab hold of the headlight, wiggle it forward, unplug your headlight bulb, and then unplug your side marker.
Now, this old headlight, not looking real great. Now, I want to show you the fit difference between the Ford original and the aftermarket. This is the Ford original unit. Make sure everything's out of the way. Just kind of slide it into place. You have complete perfect alignment with the fender. The seal completely goes around the entire opening. No fitment issues.
Now, I want to show you the aftermarket unit. The fact is, before I put that in, I'm going to go ahead and load the bulbs in. Because you will need to use your existing bulbs. On this aftermarket unit, it's got this little wavy metal washer. That needs to stay inside the bulb retainer. That way it keeps tension on the bulb whenever you twist it into place.
Resisting bulb sockets simply twist into place. Now, I'm going to go ahead and get our connectors here. And if your connectors are broken, we have new pigtail connectors. You can check out our blog on how to replace those pigtail connectors.
Get everything plugged back in, and you can slide the headlight into place. And again, you have a complete seal around the fender. Perfect fitment, nothing going wrong here. Not like a whole lot of the other aftermarket lights that have a huge gap around the fender area. Now, for more lighting options for your Mustang, check out LatemodelRestoration.com.
JONATHAN MCDONALD: So you've replaced the headlights in your Mustang, and your first time out driving at night reveals that they really don't light up the road at all. It's definitely not a light transmission problem. It's all about the adjustment, or lack thereof. Just because your new headlight's bolted right in, doesn't mean you're done with the install. If you own an '87 to '93, '94 to '98, or '99 to '04 Mustang, we're going to show you how to stage your car up for the adjustment procedure, what you're going to need, where the adjusters are, and what they do.
First and foremost, what you're going to want to do is find you a place that's going to be as dark as possible, flat level ground. Move your car all the way up against that wall or door as close as you can get it without touching. Turn your headlights on.
Grab you some blue painter's tape or something equivalent. Any type of masking tape will work. Make you a horizontal tape line across each one of the light beams and make you a vertical tape line across the center of each one of the light beams. Now move your car back 25 feet.
Now a handy tool to have in your arsenal is this headlight adjusting wrench. It'll work on '87 to '98. On an '87 to '93, here's where your horizontal adjuster is and here's where your vertical adjuster is. Go ahead and use your tool to either move the adjuster in or out, depending on where the beam is pointing at. And you want that beam to land, final adjustment, where the beam is just down and to the right of where your tape lines intersect.
On a '94 to '98 Mustang, remove your radiator cover so you can have full access to your inside adjusters. Here's your horizontal adjuster and here's your vertical adjuster. Adjustment process is the same as it was on the Fox body.
On a '99 to '04 car, man, they made it a whole lot easier. It is super simple to adjust these headlights. All you need is a Phillips' head screwdriver. Here's your horizontal adjuster and here's your vertical adjuster.
Go drive your Mustang and enjoy the clarity of having properly adjusted headlights. Go on over to latemodelrestoration.com and check out more Mustang lighting solutions.
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