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- Spec-D Headlights light up your ride with sleek, modern style
- Allows you to upgrade your vehicle’s lighting without breaking your budget
- Custom-designed for a direct, factory replacement fit
- Hassle-free installation — no splicing or rewiring required
- Available in numerous styles — halos, CCLFs, projectors and more (depending on your vehicle)
- Fully sealed to keep moisture out
- Spec-D Headlights are backed by a 90-day warranty
Though your vehicle may be in dire need of a lighting upgrade, your mod budget isn’t always extravagant. Have no fear—Spec-D Headlights provide the perfect solution to replace those dull factory headlights without blowing a fuse in your bank account.
Custom-designed to replace your subpar factory headlights, Spec-D Headlights ensure a flawless fit. They’re crafted to bolt directly in place of your stock lights, guaranteeing hassle-free installation. With this easy upgrade, you don’t have to worry about any rewiring, soldering or rewiring. Every headlight set features super-bright performance, a modern design and weather-sealed construction so moisture stays out. These Spec-Ds are also DOT approved, ensuring legal street use.
AutoAnything features numerous styles of Spec-D Headlights for you to choose from. Whether you’re in the market for projector beams, halos, CCFLs and more, we’ve got you covered. Plus, with a 90-day warranty, Spec-D Lights being peace of mind.
Spec-D Tuning Headlights Customer Reviews
188 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Christopher L (KENMORE, WA) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Corolla — Feb 25, 2019 8:54 PM
When a sheet of ice smashed into my wife's Corolla on the freeway, I thought we were done for. OEM replacements basically want your first born for one headlight and your kidney for the other. I was afraid that by going aftermarket that my Corolla would look.... Tacky. But fear not. These headlights look awesome. The only thing that I did not like was that the directions for the halo light wiring is the worst. Thankfully there are YouTube videos.
Reviewed by Theodore R (Livermore, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Silverado — Dec 12, 2018 11:04 AM
These headlights are wedged in pretty tight. I broke one of the fins on one of the two I installed while trying to work it into place. Not certain if they are the highest quality but they look better than the yellowed ones I replaced.
Reviewed by Kirk R (BURLINGTON, CO) — Oct 18, 2018 2:50 AM