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2005 Chrysler 300
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2005 Chrysler 300 Lights

Not sure which 2005 Chrysler 300 Lights are right for you? We have over 7123 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"The tail lights were, and still are absolutely gorgeous, and they arrived quickly in the mail, however the way you charged my account made it difficult to tell if you had just dropped my order or were processing it, other than that excellent job and I will definitely be ordering more parts from your company to customize my car" —Michael L from Goose Creek, SC bought an Anzo USA Euro Tail Lights for a 2005 Chrysler 300.

"I have recieved alot of people telling me how awesome they look they change the style of the car" —Darrell L from East Hartford, CT bought a PlasmaGlow Lightning Eyes LED Headlight Strips for a 2005 Chrysler 300.

"I LOVE THE SPYDER HEADLIGHTS IT MAKES MY 2005 CHRYSLER 300 LOOK LIKE A BENTLEY 300 AND IT LOOKS GOOD WHEN THEY ARE BEAMING AT NIGHT THE FEATURES ARE GREAT FROM THE PROJECTION HALO LAMPS, AND THE AMBER BULBS I INSTALLED SHINES LIKE GOLD MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS GIVES ME THE HEADS UP ON THE APPEARENCE OF HOW IT LOOKS SO EXPENSIVE AND LOOKS LIKE A BRAND NEW CAR UP GRADE THANKS AUTOANYTHING FOR SUCH A GREAT PRODUCT THAT HAS MY 200% A++++ GRADE CM COLUMBIA, SC" —Cynthia M from Columbia, SC bought a Spyder Headlights for a 2005 Chrysler 300.

"The Cogan Original Car Bra arrived in only a few days after the order. It was about 113 degrees where I live and it was nice and pliable which made the installation a breeze. The only issue was the hood section. It said to line up the leading seam with the edge of the hood but there was gaps on the under side of the bra even though it said it would conform over time it is a concern. It appears to be stable in its position with the hood closed but when you open it there is saging in spots where the hood line goes up. The corners fit well and the entire outside of the bra sits flat and has no movement during drive times at any speed. The instructions did fail to tell you where to insert the stiff tabs for under the head lights but I was able to figure it out since there wasnt a lot of options for placement. Overall I love it and it looks fantastic." —Ronald E from Clearlake Oaks, CA bought a Go Rhino Bed Bars for a 2005 Chrysler 300.

"I have recieved alot of people telling me how awesome they look they change the style of the car" —Darrell L from East Hartford, CT bought a PlasmaGlow Lightning Eyes LED Headlight Strips for a 2005 Chrysler 300.

"i dont have a truck i have a chrysler 300 se 2005 that i had this installed on works good and was pretty easy to install stes it off very nicely" —Terry B from New Brighton, PA bought a PlasmaGlow Fire & Ice LED Tailgate Bar for a 2005 Chrysler 300.

"The tail lights were, and still are absolutely gorgeous, and they arrived quickly in the mail, however the way you charged my account made it difficult to tell if you had just dropped my order or were processing it, other than that excellent job and I will definitely be ordering more parts from your company to customize my car" —Michael L from Goose Creek, SC bought an Anzo USA Euro Tail Lights for a 2005 Chrysler 300.

"I purchased the Spyder Chrome LED Tail Lights in an attempt to give my Chrysler 300 Touring model a new jazzy look from the rear to replace the bland OE red tail lights,I must say, these new Spyder Tail Lights have far exceeded what I was after. I absolutely love the custom look these lights have given my vehicle and I would highly reccomend them to anyone looking for an affordable alternative to the ordinary." —James B from Virginia Beach, VA bought a Spyder LED Tail Lights for a 2005 Chrysler 300, Touring.

In addition to Chrysler 300 Lights, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Stampede Rail Topz Bed Caps, Anzo USA Euro Tail Lights, EGR Integrated Side Step Running Boards.
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Anzo USA LED Tail Lights

Value - Are they worth a few extra $$$

They most certainly are worth a few extra $$$. Aesthetics are generally a matter of personal choice,so I rely on what I hear from my friends as well as speaking to other gearheads. There are only 3 brands that I have seen that I would even consider using in my car,but,for my auto-dollar,Anzo lights are superior to Spyder lights. I think they look better,but,as I said,look is a personal matter. My deciding factor is fit and finish.The fit and finish of Anzo lights is unsurpassed. View more reviews...
Posted By Benjamin H (Methuen, MA) / February 7, 2016
2005 Chrysler 300
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Xtune Headlights

Look great looking lights

The lights look great on the truck. They are easy to adjust once they're installed, and look better than factory. Good quality, nice brightness to the lights. View more reviews...
Posted By Frank B (Lake Elsinore, CA) / January 18, 2023
2017 Jeep Wrangler
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Anzo USA Headlights

2012 Ram 2500

The lights fit the body well and we're easy to install. The mounting holes were a little off but if you start both the bolts a little before tightening they do fit. The light pattern is better than factory. View more reviews...
Posted By Jason L (HERMISTON, OR) / October 25, 2022
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