OEM-Fit 3W Full LED License Plate Light Assembly Kit For Ford F150 Ranger Raptor Explorer Sport Trac, Powered by 3pcs Xenon White LED Diodes


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SKU 75-235-White
  • Fit Ford Excursion Expedition F-150 F-250 F-350 F-450 F-550 Super Duty Explorer Sport Trac Branco Ranger Lincoln Mark LT (check description for more details)
  • One pair (left/right sides) full LED assemblies, powered by 3 pieces super bright xenon white LED diodes, DOT and SAE compliant
  • Directly replace and upgrade the factory original (LH RH driver passanger) license plate lamp housing/lens and the 168 194 or 6418 C5W light bulb inside
  • These all new super bright 3-watt high power LED license plate light assy are at least 3 times brighter than the factory ones, will give your car a modern and luxurious appearance with enhanced safety at night

For a super bright spotlight on your rear license tag, try out our pair of LED license plate lights!

This page features the pair of OEM-replacement xenon white LED license plate light assemblies made to fit the following vehicles:

  • 2000-2005 Ford Excursion
  • 1997-2002 Ford Expedition
  • 1990-2014 Ford F-150 (including Heritage)
  • 1990-2016 Ford F-Series Superduty F-250 F350 F-450 F-550
  • 1991-2004 Ford Explorer
  • 1991-2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
  • 1984-1996 Ford Bronco
  • 1983-2011 Ford Ranger
  • 2006-2008 Lincoln Mark LT

Each LED license lamp is powered by a 3-piece LED chipset, with each LED diode rated at 3 watts to create a superior light output. This pair of LED license plate lights directly replaces your vehicle's original incandescent license tag lights making them perfect for upgrading, or repairing/replacing. Installation is clear-cut and simple; you can directly replace your OEM license lights. The pair of xenon white LED license plate lights will give your vehicle rear license plate a powerful spotlight for a standout look and high visibility!

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