- Choose from projector or LED-style headlights, depending on vehicle
- High-intensity beam pattern for increased visibility
- Engineered to factory specifications for perfect fit
- Black or chrome housing option available, depending on vehicle
- Easy installation, no drilling necessary
- All replacement hardware included
- Backed by a 1-year warranty against defect
Light the night with APC Headlights. Custom-made for your ride, these headlights are engineered to factory specifications for a perfect fit. Choose from projector or LED-style lights to brighten up the road.
APC Headlights feature a high-intensity beam pattern that gives you a clear view at all times. And, as a factory replacement, they're easy to install. All necessary hardware is included with your headlights so you don't have to go scrounging for the right part.
APC Headlights not only shine bright, they look good doing it. Available with a black or chrome housing option, these headlights will get you noticed. Choose the style that's right for your vehicle and start enjoying your new headlights a.s.a.p. What's more, your APC Headlights are backed by a 1-year warranty.
APC Headlights Customer Reviews
2 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by David F (Suisun City, CA) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford F-250 — Dec 09, 2014 2:34 PM
One of the headlamps had a broken piece that is needed to pop it into the back plate. I was able to use the one from my old headlamp. The headlamp had to be a return for this piece to be broken. The description never mentioned that you had to do some cutting out to make this headlamp fit. It only came with a paper showing a general idea of where to cut. At the bottom it states fog lamp version see attached wiring diagram. Never got that. Tech support does not call me back. Don't buy them
Reviewed by donald m (BLYTHEWOOD, SC) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford Expedition — Nov 28, 2013 5:32 AM
excellent product, would recommend it to anyone that's looking to give their vehicle a make over. You will notice instant change in the looks of your vehicle.
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