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1997 Ford F 150
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1997 Ford F 150 Lights

The future is bright, but we can help make it brighter. We’ve got the latest headlights to bring your car or truck out of the dark ages. Shop for tried and true OEM quality halogen headlights, or upgrade to super sharp LED headlights. Driving without proper lighting is not only unsafe, can be illegal depending on your state’s inspections. Whether you need a simple bulb replacement, or are looking to replace the whole assembly, everything you need is under one roof. Check out our Car Lights Buying Guide.
Not sure which 1997 Ford F-150 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:

"This lights improved my vision a lot and look great on my truck F-150 1997. Althought installation was a little confusing i did it. :) i love this lights" —Armando V from Holtville, CA bought a Hella Optilux 2020 Combo Fog and Driving Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"My Truck got hit in an ice storm and broke a tail light and damaged my tailgate. A little bodywork from a motorhead friend and the tail lights went on great. Looks good. Works fine." —Catherine B from Decatur, GA bought a Spyder Euro Tail Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150, Styleside box (standard).

"The photo on the AutoAnything web site is a generic photo and is not what these lights actually look like. I found the ANZO part number on the ANZO web site and verified the appearance of the lights. Shipping was fast and installation was easy. The clip nuts supplied with the light assemblies would not accept the factory retaining screws ( the hole in the supplied clip nuts were too small) so I used the clip nuts from the OEM corner light assemblies. They just slide off. I had a little trouble getting the corner lights to snap into place, but they have to go in at just the right angle and they will snap into place. Then just install the single retaining screw and you're done. Total time about 45 minutes, and that includes the time spent figuring out why the screws wouldn't go in to the supplied clip nuts. The truck now has a whole new look. I also used ANZO 111030 headlights to complete the Lightning look. My truck is a 97 F-150 XLT Supercab in Dark Torreador Red. While I ordered the headlights from another vendor, AutoAnything had the best price/shipping combo for the corner lights. I would order again from AutoAnything, and ANZO products are great as well." —Theodore M from Aston, PA bought an Anzo USA Clear Corner Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"This lights improved my vision a lot and look great on my truck F-150 1997. Althought installation was a little confusing i did it. :) i love this lights" —Armando V from Holtville, CA bought a Hella Optilux 2020 Combo Fog and Driving Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"The street scene 5" fog lamp kit is by far one of the best aftermarket kits I've seen. Clean looking, great quality product." —Salvador M from Fort Worth, TX bought a Street Scene 5" Round Driving Lights Kit for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"Have tried a lot of other lights, but these really do the job for me. The price was reasonable and the quality is superb. Easy installation and just a great all around light for the price." —Lynn N from Thomasville, NC bought a Hella FF 75 Light Kit for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"these lights are great they look great work great but the ones they claim to be for a ford f150 97-02 are not really made for the 97 or 98 models it took me aprox 4 hours of grinding on the basile to install them in a 97 and still dont look completly right there is a big gap around outside edges and the adjustments that lock the light in the besile is differnt so youll have to make your own clips or go to the junk yard and get a complete grill assimbly from a 99-02 witch is only about 15 or so bolts to change but once installed they look outstanding and work great" —Derald W from Clayton, IN bought a Spyder Headlights for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"I've had this light bar on my truck for about a month and I have put 4 lightforce 6.6'' lights on it. The bar looks great and very functional, leaving your bed open for every thing else. Autoanything was the lowest priced place to find this bar and the shiping was very resonable." —Eric P from Ester, AK bought a Go Rhino Lightning Sport Bar for a 1997 Ford F-150, Standard box.

"My Truck got hit in an ice storm and broke a tail light and damaged my tailgate. A little bodywork from a motorhead friend and the tail lights went on great. Looks good. Works fine." —Catherine B from Decatur, GA bought a Spyder Euro Tail Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150, Styleside box (standard).

"These where very inexpensive, real easy to install, just unscrew the old, pop out the lights and screw the new in, made of some material as my stock and great looking! Must Buy!" —Zachary R from Derby, KS bought an Anzo USA Euro Tail Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150, Styleside.

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1997 Ford F 150 Lights

The future is bright, but we can help make it brighter. We’ve got the latest headlights to bring your car or truck out of the dark ages. Shop for tried and true OEM quality halogen headlights, or upgrade to super sharp LED headlights. Driving without proper lighting is not only unsafe, can be illegal depending on your state’s inspections. Whether you need a simple bulb replacement, or are looking to replace the whole assembly, everything you need is under one roof. Check out our Car Lights Buying Guide.
Not sure which 1997 Ford F-150 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:

"This lights improved my vision a lot and look great on my truck F-150 1997. Althought installation was a little confusing i did it. :) i love this lights" —Armando V from Holtville, CA bought a Hella Optilux 2020 Combo Fog and Driving Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"My Truck got hit in an ice storm and broke a tail light and damaged my tailgate. A little bodywork from a motorhead friend and the tail lights went on great. Looks good. Works fine." —Catherine B from Decatur, GA bought a Spyder Euro Tail Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150, Styleside box (standard).

"The photo on the AutoAnything web site is a generic photo and is not what these lights actually look like. I found the ANZO part number on the ANZO web site and verified the appearance of the lights. Shipping was fast and installation was easy. The clip nuts supplied with the light assemblies would not accept the factory retaining screws ( the hole in the supplied clip nuts were too small) so I used the clip nuts from the OEM corner light assemblies. They just slide off. I had a little trouble getting the corner lights to snap into place, but they have to go in at just the right angle and they will snap into place. Then just install the single retaining screw and you're done. Total time about 45 minutes, and that includes the time spent figuring out why the screws wouldn't go in to the supplied clip nuts. The truck now has a whole new look. I also used ANZO 111030 headlights to complete the Lightning look. My truck is a 97 F-150 XLT Supercab in Dark Torreador Red. While I ordered the headlights from another vendor, AutoAnything had the best price/shipping combo for the corner lights. I would order again from AutoAnything, and ANZO products are great as well." —Theodore M from Aston, PA bought an Anzo USA Clear Corner Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"This lights improved my vision a lot and look great on my truck F-150 1997. Althought installation was a little confusing i did it. :) i love this lights" —Armando V from Holtville, CA bought a Hella Optilux 2020 Combo Fog and Driving Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"The street scene 5" fog lamp kit is by far one of the best aftermarket kits I've seen. Clean looking, great quality product." —Salvador M from Fort Worth, TX bought a Street Scene 5" Round Driving Lights Kit for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"Have tried a lot of other lights, but these really do the job for me. The price was reasonable and the quality is superb. Easy installation and just a great all around light for the price." —Lynn N from Thomasville, NC bought a Hella FF 75 Light Kit for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"these lights are great they look great work great but the ones they claim to be for a ford f150 97-02 are not really made for the 97 or 98 models it took me aprox 4 hours of grinding on the basile to install them in a 97 and still dont look completly right there is a big gap around outside edges and the adjustments that lock the light in the besile is differnt so youll have to make your own clips or go to the junk yard and get a complete grill assimbly from a 99-02 witch is only about 15 or so bolts to change but once installed they look outstanding and work great" —Derald W from Clayton, IN bought a Spyder Headlights for a 1997 Ford F-150.

"I've had this light bar on my truck for about a month and I have put 4 lightforce 6.6'' lights on it. The bar looks great and very functional, leaving your bed open for every thing else. Autoanything was the lowest priced place to find this bar and the shiping was very resonable." —Eric P from Ester, AK bought a Go Rhino Lightning Sport Bar for a 1997 Ford F-150, Standard box.

"My Truck got hit in an ice storm and broke a tail light and damaged my tailgate. A little bodywork from a motorhead friend and the tail lights went on great. Looks good. Works fine." —Catherine B from Decatur, GA bought a Spyder Euro Tail Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150, Styleside box (standard).

"These where very inexpensive, real easy to install, just unscrew the old, pop out the lights and screw the new in, made of some material as my stock and great looking! Must Buy!" —Zachary R from Derby, KS bought an Anzo USA Euro Tail Lights for a 1997 Ford F-150, Styleside.

In addition to Ford F-150 Lights, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Smittybilt Seats, ARB Fridge, RKSport Ground Effects Kits.
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Putco Blade LED Tailgate Light Bar

Great Looking

I was very impressed with the quality of the Tailgate Light Bar. It by far the best in the market. It did take a little longer to install as I have a Ford F150, 97'. People npw notice that I am making a left/right turn. View more reviews...
Posted By Richard B (Burbank, CA) / November 6, 2016
1997 Ford F-150
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KC HiLites Apollo Pro Off-Road Lights

Apollo Pro Lights Fog Beam Pattern

I love the lights just not the fob beam pattern. I have had the spread pattern before and like them much better. The spread pattern is much brighter and you can see farther down the road. Overall I would buy the Spread beam pattern and not the fog beam pattern but I do love the Apollo Pro Lights from KC and I would recommend them to anybody. View more reviews...
Posted By Bryan W (RALEIGH, NC) / April 24, 2020
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Baja Designs Light Bars & Light Cubes

Tough, powerful auxiliary lights

Baja Designs Squadron Pro lights are tough, well designed and light-weight to compete in a crowded field of auxiliary lights. One big advantage is the ability to change lens for different outputs from color to light spread or from damage. Simple installation with supplied harness and AutoAnything helps to spread my jeep dollars further. Looking forward to the SAE versions View more reviews...
Posted By Alexander M (Newark, DE) / February 9, 2019
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