4pc Set Front Grille Lighting Kit For 2016-up Toyota Tacoma w/ TRD Pro Grill ONLY, Includes 2500K Amber or 6000K White LED Light Assy & Wiring Harness


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$49.99
SKU 35-052-Amber
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  • Fit 2016-up Toyota Tacoma with the aftermarket TRD Pro grille mesh ONLY
  • This complete Raptor style grille light kit comes with 4 pieces amber or smoked lens LED grill mount lamp assemblies with the wiring harness
  • Fits onto the aftermarket Tacoma TRD Pro grill mesh openings to emit a super bright amber LED lighting output
  • Please note that this kit may fit loose on the OEM grill and will require some tape and/or glue to make it fit properly

Want to give your truck a unique look with increased visibility, safety, and style at night?

This page features the iJDMTOY front grill amber lighting kit for the following vehicles:

  • 2016-up Toyota Tacoma
  • This will fit the aftermarket TRD Pro grille mesh ONLY
  • Please note that this kit may fit loose on an OEM grill and will require some tape and/or glue to make it fit properly

This complete Raptor-style grille light kit comes with 4 pieces of amber or smoked lens LED grill mount assemblies and a wiring harness. Fits onto the aftermarket Tacoma TRD Pro grill mesh openings to emit super bright amber or white LED lighting.

Give your Toyota Tacoma upgraded amber or white LED front grill lighting for a unique appearance as well as increased visibility, safety, and style at night!

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I purchased your 4 piece raptor lights but I am having a hard time finding instructions on how to connect the wires to the fuses. Do you have any instructions or videos? Thank you

When it comes to the red wire, it really depends on when you would like the halo light to come on. Most customers tap into the ACC 12V+ (fuse box) just so when the car goes on, the lights will too and when the car goes off, the lights will too. 

You can also tap into the headlight positive wire so when the headlights go on, so will these lights.

Unfortunately, we are not able to confirm which colored wire you would need to tap to since each car does have a different colored wire. You would just need to test each wire to see which is the positive wire.

Check out this general video on how to find the ACC spot in the fuse box: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3ZBHG24ghY&feature=youtu.be