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Arrow Ford Mustang Reverse/Backup LED Bulbs! Plug & Play! See Comparison Photos



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Here's a great way to upgrade your Ford Mustang's appearance and safety at night. Diode Dynamics' LED replacements are a great additions to any Mustang's tail lights, and can be easily installed, plug-and-play. No resistors or anything needed.

Diode Dynamics offers the brightest, highest-quality bulbs on the market. Your order will ship same day, and we're here if you need us for support and service. These LED bulbs are designed by our engineering team here in St. Louis, and every bulb carries with it a three-year limited warranty.

Brightness

HP5: (92 lumens) Slightly lower brightness than OEM bulbs, but still provides the crisp, modern instant on/off of LED technology.
HP36: (210 lumens) Slightly higher brightness than OEM bulbs.
XP50: (410 lumens) Much brighter than OEM bulbs. These are bright!

Bulb Design

HP36: Full 360 degree illumination with 36 High-Power Samsung LEDs. Aluminum base for optimum heatsinking, and non-polar design for easy installation.

XP50: Each of the four sides of this bulb contains two 5W-rated chips, and the top is fitted with two more under a projector lens. Housed in an aluminum casing with textured finish for maximum heatsinking properties.

The bulbs use an exact terminal and will fit as a replacement for stock incandescent All bulbs use less power and heat than the stock bulbs, and will last longer than your vehicle. Our LEDs use only the best components and are of the highest quality. The bulbs are designed for exceptional heat dispersion, and a diode is implanted to protect the LED from reverse polarity or voltage surge. The LED is wired for 12V operation, the kind found on all vehicles.


Diode Dynamics' products come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee and a 3-year limited warranty.


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Hi Nick, do you have LED lights as replacement for turn signals for 2010 GT's? I want to change the red braking lights to amber indicator through one of the reverse lamp slots.
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We have all kinds of cool stuff for the Mustang:
Mustang - Ford - HID & LED by Vehicle - Replacement Lighting

I have our HID kits on my 2007 GT, I love it!


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The LED reverse lights I purchased from someone else sucked, they would flash for a milisecond and go off, leaving me with no reverse lights. So My reverse lights, taillights and front turn signals are all OEM bulbs instead of LED.

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The LED reverse lights I purchased from someone else sucked, they would flash for a milisecond and go off, leaving me with no reverse lights. So My reverse lights, taillights and front turn signals are all OEM bulbs instead of LED.
Well I have them on my 2007 and they work fantastic, we sell high-quality products and a fair price.

Plus, I wouldn't sell you something I wouldn't put on my own car

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What type of LEDs are used in the license plate bulbs?
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What type of LEDs are used in the license plate bulbs?
The license plate uses 194-style bulbs: Mustang - Ford - HID & LED by Vehicle - Replacement Lighting

Let me know if you need more information, don't go with red or blue

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The license plate uses 194-style bulbs: Mustang - Ford - HID & LED by Vehicle - Replacement Lighting

Let me know if you need more information, don't go with red or blue

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I meant the type of LED used in the bulb? cree p4?
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I meant the type of LED used in the bulb? cree p4?
They use 5050-smd style chips, unless you go with the 1.5 watt Canbus style LED with uses CREE style chips.

CREE chips are a bit overkill for a license plate LED IMO

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Are they DOT listed & Approved?

This includes the head, tail, brake, license plate bulbs.........

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Are they DOT listed & Approved?

This includes the head, tail, brake, license plate bulbs.........
They have not undergone "DOT" approval and listing

We've been selling LED lighting for over 8 years and it's never been an issue, but I can understand your hesitation.

Let me know if you need more information

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Not knocking your product or the product of some of your competitors. The lighting appears brighter than OEM lights. In some cases too bright.

My main reason for posting is to suggest anyone thinking of purchasing these lights check their state laws before installing them, especially the lights that put out a blue glow to them.

Running blue lights on a non-law enforcement vehicle in SC is illegal. Many drivers have been ticketed and told to remove the lights.

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Not knocking your product or the product of some of your competitors. The lighting appears brighter than OEM lights. In some cases too bright.

My main reason for posting is to suggest anyone thinking of purchasing these lights check their state laws before installing them, especially the lights that put out a blue glow to them.

Running blue lights on a non-law enforcement vehicle in SC is illegal. Many drivers have been ticketed and told to remove the lights.
We don't recommend installing blue lights on any external light locations, especially in VA (one of the most strict states)

We also offer a variety of brightness options if you prefer the OEM levels of brightness. Keep in mind, some of these pictures were taken prior to us having a professional photographer on staff. We try to give the most accurate portrayal of our products in these pictures, but lighting can be difficult to shoot.

The license plate LEDs will be legal in all 50 states, and our cool white does not have a blue hue to it




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We don't recommend installing blue lights on any external light locations, especially in VA (one of the most strict states)

We also offer a variety of brightness options if you prefer the OEM levels of brightness. Keep in mind, some of these pictures were taken prior to us having a professional photographer on staff. We try to give the most accurate portrayal of our products in these pictures, but lighting can be difficult to shoot.

The license plate LEDs will be legal in all 50 states, and our cool white does not have a blue hue to it




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Thanks for the quick reply Nick. Like I said, I'm not ditching your company. Just trying to keep folks out of trouble when they decide to change out lights on their vehicle. I've seen cars with your lights at various car shows and cruise-ins. Lights look nice.
Best of luck to your company.

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Thanks Doug!

I appreciate you looking out for your fellow owners

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