XLT to Lariat Headlamp Upgrade

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  1. Dgm3306

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    So I just picked up a new ranger a couple weeks ago and the halogens were killing me coming from a vehicle with HIDs.

    I first bought Hikari LED bulbs but the cooling fans made it so you couldn't close the dust covers which bothered me tremendously.

    Just saw these as a new listing on amazon so I ordered them and they not only fit perfectly allowing you to close the dust covers but they have the resistors built in so they don't cause any issues and the beam pattern and brightness are absolutely amazing.

    For the low beams and fog lights

    H11 LED Headlight Bulbs Mini Sized 80W 16,000LM Per Pair High Bright, AUXITO H11/H8/H9 Headlight LED Bulb Conversion Kit with Cooling Fan, 6500K Xenon White, Pack of 2 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WD6G42D/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_yl-MDb6MBRN0R

    And for the high beams

    9005 LED Headlight Bulbs Mini Sized CanBus Ready 80W 16,000LM/Pair Extremely Bright, AUXITO 9005(HB3) Headlight LED Bulb Conversion Kit, 6500K Xenon White, Pack of 2 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WCSJQYC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Xl-MDb998C5DN

    You will not be disappointed with these bulbs I know I'm not.
     
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    I hope you don't mind, but I tagged you in a thread I started. I am compiling a list of known bulbs that will fit under the dust covers.
     
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    Don't mind at all hope these bulbs help others out.
     
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    A couple pictures I just took

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    Just bought my own pair, install Saturday
     
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    Anyone happen to have a part number handy for the Lariat fog assembly and headlight assembly?

    The Ford parts website is only listing the middle range of numbers. I found a PN of 4F9Z-15200-AA, but it seems to be for the halogen and going with 15201 does not return the LED assembly although that’s what it shows on Fordparts.com
     
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    I'm going to guess that for $50 and with a 12k rpm fan, that the fan will die first and kill the bulb. That being said I'm ordering them ;-)
     
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    Great find on these LED lights. Like you I had installed a couple of H11 LEDs in the low beam position, but couldn't get the dust covers back on. Bought both these recommended H11s and 9005s, and installed them with no problems. They seem to be very high quality and are packaged nicely. Moved the old, bulky H11s down to the fog light position. Road illumination is much better now! I did have to re-aim the headlights a little lower to keep from getting flashed. Thanks again for your post!!!
     
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    I have a question on the Auxito pair.
    Are they noisy? 12000 rpm fan...
    I am planning to use them actually for my wife's hybrid car (hid failed today) and I will hate if I can hear them when ICE is off :)
     
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    I have the Auxito high beams and can't comprehend a time when I'd be able to hear the fans. Either the engine is running, or the radio is on, or the climate control is running (usually all of the above), which mask most outside noises louder than those little fans. And even if I was sitting there at a stoplight in silence, I doubt the fan noise would penetrate the sound dampening of the interior and windows. But I could be wrong; I can just say that I haven't heard them at all.
     
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    The Auxito fans are quieter than the Hikari Ultra fans. I can't hear the Auxito fans with dust covers installed, but then again, I'm also not listening for them.

    *EDIT* this conversation about led bulbs is in the wrong thread.
     

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