Installing A 3rd Brake Light Pulser In Your 2010-2013 Ford Mustang

The first mod we did on our new 2013 GT project car was Webelectric’s plug-in 3rd brake light pulser for 10′-13′ Ford Mustangs. This is an extremely easy and fast install for those of you who aren’t really comfortable taking things apart. Simply remove the trunk lid liner and plug the small harness in. Simple as that! You can find the part on our store by following this link:  Webelectric Brake Light Pulser for 10′-13′ Mustangs

Tools Needed:

Flathead screwdriver

First step is to remove the trunk lid’s felt liner. This liner is held on by a bunch of plastic clips, use the flathead to remove the clips gently as these will be used to replace the liner when the install finished.

After removing all the plastic clips, this is what you should see. Be sure to pull the emergency trunk release through the liner’s opening.

Next, remove the plug that powers the 3rd brake light.

Clip the pulser harness into the car’s plugs. You’re done!

Before reinstalling the inner trunk liner it’s a good idea to have someone put their foot on the brake to ensure the pulser is working properly. After you’re sure it’s working as intended, reinstall the trunk liner and the clips holding it on. Simple as that!

Below is an animation of how the pulser works. Please note that the light will only flash if you’ve been off the brakes for over 15 seconds as to not distract drivers in stop and go traffic or at a light.

New HID Install Guide + Photos for 2011-10 Mustang

If you have a 2010-11 Mustang that lacks the factory HID option you can now add your own HIDs that look and perform a lot like the factory offering for a fraction of the price. The photos that follow are from the install of our StangMods Dual Beam Bixenon HID Headlight & Fog light Package for 10-11 Mustangs product code 00157 in color temperature 6000K.

HID color temperature typically ranges from 4300k to 10000k. A color temperature of 4300K has a “‘Pure White” color, 6000k, our most popular color temperature, has a slight blue tint. 8000K is primarily blue, and 10000K is blue/slightly purple. While a blue light output may be far more stylish than the standard factory halogen bulb’s yellow output, it’s important to note that the higher your HID color temperature, the less usable light you will experience at night.

At StangMods we make it easy to do this upgrade to your non HID 2010-11 Mustang. We provide lightning fast 2 day shipping on all HID orders, detailed installation instructions with photos for all Mustang applications, and provide a full lifetime warranty on all of our HID upgrade kits. HID kits get your Mustang noticed, not only giving your ride that premium look that will set it apart from the rest, but providing extra light for safe night driving.

If you’ve purchased an HID upgrade kit for your 2010-11 Mustang from StangMods, you can view the installation instructions HERE