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2012 Ford F 150
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2012 Ford F 150 Lights

There's nothing worse than not being able to see as you drive down the road in your 2012 Ford F-150 because your lights aren't emitting enough brightness. Protect your safety and give your truck a little bit of extra flair with a new set of lights for 2012 F-150 from AutoAnything.
Not sure which 2012 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:

"They were suppose to be "plug-n-play" except for the DRLs and CCFL halos. When I hooked them up to their pre-wired harness the left hedlight low and high beams worked backwards. I had too cut the red and blue wires and reveres the connections. Blue to red and red to blue. I would have given an excellant rating except for this." —Ralph M from Lagrange, OH bought a Spyder Headlights for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"Great light bar. Awesome detail. Makes the rear look web better. Reverse works awesome too. I wish the truck came stock with this light. Here's a tip, for the recerse don't tap into your reverse wire instead take out your taillight lense and pop the reverse bulb out and share the connection with the positive side of the recerse bulb port. This way you don't cut into factory wiring in case it is a lease. I like this light so much I might even get the les strips that you mount in the sides signals" —John M M from Hackensack, NJ bought a Rampage Tailgate LED Light Bars for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"Provides much brighter and wider area of light as compared to stock bulbs. I am very satisfied with the results and feel that these bulbs provide added safety for my vehicle." —Dwight S from Stillwater, OK bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"light bar bolted right up, no drilling. took me about 6 minutes with hand tools, welds aren't perfectly straight so it is slightly crooked, but if your not trying to scrutinize it you don't notice it with the lights mounted. feels pretty sturdy, nice product if you don't to spend a lot of money on bull bars with light mounts in them." —Peter H from Merritt Island, FL bought a Smittybilt Street Light Bar for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"Even though I have yet to install these lights, they appear to be exactly what I was looking for." —Larry P from Waverly, IL bought a Hella Optilux 2020 Combo Fog and Driving Lights for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"I got these lights for my 2000 ranger which I decided to put a bull bar on. I had a pair of 500 series on the bumper originally but found out they did not fit into the bull bar factory mount holes, so I decided to try these for those holes instead. I can say that these light do not compare to the 500s as far as beam quality n distance are concerned, but for their compact size and ease of placement, these little guys were great. From what I've noticed They have more of a star shaped beam that has a nice even spread with some great focus. Once you get the beam set how you would like it, they work magnificently. would probably work well paired with some pencil beams along side of them. I'm happy with them." —William T from Butler, NJ bought a Hella FF 50 Light Kit for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"Provides much brighter and wider area of light as compared to stock bulbs. I am very satisfied with the results and feel that these bulbs provide added safety for my vehicle." —Dwight S from Stillwater, OK bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"These lights are excellent, they provide a great bright white field of vision, especially on dark country roads. Ford should consider installing these bulbs instead of the factory (yellow bulb) that comes with their vehicle." —Ron C from Richmond, TX bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"They were suppose to be "plug-n-play" except for the DRLs and CCFL halos. When I hooked them up to their pre-wired harness the left hedlight low and high beams worked backwards. I had too cut the red and blue wires and reveres the connections. Blue to red and red to blue. I would have given an excellant rating except for this." —Ralph M from Lagrange, OH bought a Spyder Headlights for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"I drive mostly back roads and I really enjoy these lights. They are bright white and visibility is increased both periferially and straight ahead. I'm not sure if it's worth the asking price, I mean they are brighter than stock, but not sure if $80 greater. The most disappointing thing was I ordered two sets, one for the fogs and one for the headlights as AutoAnything had the same part number listed for both. If you have a 2012 F150, THESE DO NOT FIT THE FOGS." —Derrick S from Sherman, TX bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"These bulbs were easy to install on my 2012 Raptor, the color is the biggest difference. The stock lights were very yellow and the Piaa are white. The bulbs are a good value if you don't want to pay for hid conversion. They are a little brighter but not dramatically. I would recommend the bulbs as a quality upgrade to the stock bulbs." —James D from San Antonio, TX bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2012 Ford F-150.

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2012 Ford F 150 Lights

There's nothing worse than not being able to see as you drive down the road in your 2012 Ford F-150 because your lights aren't emitting enough brightness. Protect your safety and give your truck a little bit of extra flair with a new set of lights for 2012 F-150 from AutoAnything.
Not sure which 2012 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:

"They were suppose to be "plug-n-play" except for the DRLs and CCFL halos. When I hooked them up to their pre-wired harness the left hedlight low and high beams worked backwards. I had too cut the red and blue wires and reveres the connections. Blue to red and red to blue. I would have given an excellant rating except for this." —Ralph M from Lagrange, OH bought a Spyder Headlights for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"Great light bar. Awesome detail. Makes the rear look web better. Reverse works awesome too. I wish the truck came stock with this light. Here's a tip, for the recerse don't tap into your reverse wire instead take out your taillight lense and pop the reverse bulb out and share the connection with the positive side of the recerse bulb port. This way you don't cut into factory wiring in case it is a lease. I like this light so much I might even get the les strips that you mount in the sides signals" —John M M from Hackensack, NJ bought a Rampage Tailgate LED Light Bars for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"Provides much brighter and wider area of light as compared to stock bulbs. I am very satisfied with the results and feel that these bulbs provide added safety for my vehicle." —Dwight S from Stillwater, OK bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"light bar bolted right up, no drilling. took me about 6 minutes with hand tools, welds aren't perfectly straight so it is slightly crooked, but if your not trying to scrutinize it you don't notice it with the lights mounted. feels pretty sturdy, nice product if you don't to spend a lot of money on bull bars with light mounts in them." —Peter H from Merritt Island, FL bought a Smittybilt Street Light Bar for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"Even though I have yet to install these lights, they appear to be exactly what I was looking for." —Larry P from Waverly, IL bought a Hella Optilux 2020 Combo Fog and Driving Lights for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"I got these lights for my 2000 ranger which I decided to put a bull bar on. I had a pair of 500 series on the bumper originally but found out they did not fit into the bull bar factory mount holes, so I decided to try these for those holes instead. I can say that these light do not compare to the 500s as far as beam quality n distance are concerned, but for their compact size and ease of placement, these little guys were great. From what I've noticed They have more of a star shaped beam that has a nice even spread with some great focus. Once you get the beam set how you would like it, they work magnificently. would probably work well paired with some pencil beams along side of them. I'm happy with them." —William T from Butler, NJ bought a Hella FF 50 Light Kit for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"Provides much brighter and wider area of light as compared to stock bulbs. I am very satisfied with the results and feel that these bulbs provide added safety for my vehicle." —Dwight S from Stillwater, OK bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"These lights are excellent, they provide a great bright white field of vision, especially on dark country roads. Ford should consider installing these bulbs instead of the factory (yellow bulb) that comes with their vehicle." —Ron C from Richmond, TX bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"They were suppose to be "plug-n-play" except for the DRLs and CCFL halos. When I hooked them up to their pre-wired harness the left hedlight low and high beams worked backwards. I had too cut the red and blue wires and reveres the connections. Blue to red and red to blue. I would have given an excellant rating except for this." —Ralph M from Lagrange, OH bought a Spyder Headlights for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"I drive mostly back roads and I really enjoy these lights. They are bright white and visibility is increased both periferially and straight ahead. I'm not sure if it's worth the asking price, I mean they are brighter than stock, but not sure if $80 greater. The most disappointing thing was I ordered two sets, one for the fogs and one for the headlights as AutoAnything had the same part number listed for both. If you have a 2012 F150, THESE DO NOT FIT THE FOGS." —Derrick S from Sherman, TX bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2012 Ford F-150.

"These bulbs were easy to install on my 2012 Raptor, the color is the biggest difference. The stock lights were very yellow and the Piaa are white. The bulbs are a good value if you don't want to pay for hid conversion. They are a little brighter but not dramatically. I would recommend the bulbs as a quality upgrade to the stock bulbs." —James D from San Antonio, TX bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2012 Ford F-150.

In addition to Ford F-150 Lights, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: American Tonneau Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover, Aries Off Road Grille Guard, MBRP Exhaust Systems.
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