Ford took a stab at sequential tail lights on the 2010 Mustang
Ford didn’t make sequential tail lights available on the Mustang until the 2010 model year. Even then Ford only added sequencing to the Mustang’s turn signals. It was a welcomed and valiant attempt but the aftermarket had to pick up where Ford left off.
In late 2013 Monzter Automotive, an aftermarket parts supplier, released a very slick, high-tech device that can be installed in minutes that will bring sequencing to all tail light functions on the 2010-2014 Mustangs.
The Tail Light Seqencer, as it’s labeled by Monzter Automotive, is the first of its kind and is sure to be a hit with late model Mustang owners. It’s the easiest to install of all the tail light sequencing solutions and works beautifully to sequence:
- Turn Signals (standard already)
- Brake Lights
- Hazard Lights
- Remote Locking
Below are a couple videos created by a 2013 and 2014 Mustang owners, showing a side-by-side comparison of all the new Mustang’s tail light functions as well as the simple installation process. The Mustang owners provided their videos to Monzter Automotive so that’s why you see their branding on it.
2013 Boss 302 Mustang – Tail Light Sequencers in Action
2014 Mustang – Installation of Tail Light Sequencers
If you want your Mustang to really stand out, Monzter’s Tail Light Sequencers are the ticket. If you’re worried about whether or not you are mechanical enough to install them, don’t. They are very easy to install in under 10 minutes.
You can get yours today at Monzter Automotive’s online store.