(2) Smoked Lens Amber LED Side Mirror Turn Signal Lamps For Ford F150 Expedition, Lincoln Mark LT (Powered by 24 Pieces of SMD LED Chips)


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SKU 75-202-Smoked
  • Each piece powered by 24 pieces super bright amber SMD LED chips to perfectly form a full, brighter strip of LED lighting without visible individual LED dots compared to OEM turn signals
  • Fit for 2004-2014 Ford F-150, 2010-2014 Ford Raptor, 1997-2007 Ford Expedition and 2006-2008 Lincoln Mark LT
  • Trendy dark smoked lens to give your Ford truck a much cleaner look
  • Easy direct fit installation, plug and play

Every little touch of LED lighting is important from your headlights to your tail lights and everything in between. When it comes to your Ford, it deserves nothing but the best. So while your side mirror turn signal lights are incredibly bright as is, it most certainly needs a refreshed facelift. Give your Ford or Lincoln a cleaner and updated side mirror turn signal appearance with the full LED under-side mirror turn signal lights!

This page features the under-mirror set smoked lens amber LED side mirror turn signal lights made to fit the following Ford and Lincoln vehicles:

  • 1997-2007 Ford Expedition
  • 2004-2014 Ford F-150 (as well as 2010-2014 Raptor edition)
  • 2006-2008 Lincoln Mark LT

Each side marker LED lamp is powered by 24 pieces of super bright amber SMD LED emitters that form a perfect strip of LED lighting through the trendy smoked lens and are much brighter than your OEM mirror LED turn signal lamps. The smoked lenses will help you give a blacked out appearance to your Ford F-150 or Lincoln Mark LT for a cleaner look. Installation simply involves popping out your stock amber LED turn signals from under your side mirrors and directly replacing them for a plug and play process.

With the smoked lens amber LED side mirror lights, your Ford or Lincoln will be much more visible to others behind you and gain a stylish touch where most wouldn't expect it!

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