- Jun 2, 2022
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- It's got four wheels - Waiting on my '22 Lightning
When I took apart the front of my Lightning to add in the emblem, the light bar did indeed appear to be a sealed unit. That being said, some enterprising capitalist could make one that is Bluetooth connected and sell it for a few hundred bucks to us. Make a killing at it too.I don’t know about the front light bar, but I do know this: I removed the rear tail light assembly hoping to upgrade the reverse light LEDs as I would in prior F150s, only to find the new tail light assemblies are now sealed unit.
If even the tail light assemblies are a sealed unit, I can’t imagine the front light bar is any different - especially since the front light bar includes two pieces that part of the headlight assembly (I haven’t taken those out yet, but would be surprised to find them different from the tail light assembly).
As soon as I say all this someone more brace than me is going to bust into the tail light assembly to find the guts are somehow able to be altered - but even then, I can’t imagine it will be like the old plug-and-play LEDs with aftermarket options for a still unicorn truck.
The reverse lights also appear to be sealed, like most any other LED unit. I opted for a set of lights from 4x4truckleds.com that just plugged into the trailer hitch assembly. Quite impressive, and they tap into the zone lighting feature too so I have plenty of light behind me if needed.