Vehicle-Specific LED Projector Fog Lights

Ford Super Duty (99-16): Morimoto XB LED


PART #: 1 x LF371

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Product Details

Superior: Stop living in the past and update your old Ford Super Duty fog lights with top-of-the-line LED projector housings. The XB LED projector fog lights from Morimoto not only deliver a super wide and perfectly distributed 2400-lumen beam of beautiful white light, but they'll also shine a spotlight on modernized front-end of your truck. Throw in the fact that they're as reliable as the sunrise and bright enough to turn night back into day, and we have ourselves a winner. Cruise through the Headlight Revolution parking lot, and you're sure to see some of the guys here rocking Morimoto fog lights on their own trucks.

Swap In: The XB LED projector fog light upgrades are fully compatible with all Ford Super Duty and Excursion models from 1999 to 2016. Just take out your original halogen units and replace them using all of the stock mounting locations. Then all you have to do is use the integrated height adjuster bar to dial the beam of your new fog lights just the way you like it. You can find a list of known applications in the compatibility section below.

Plug n Play Functionality: At Headlight Revolution, we know what you're looking for because we're auto enthusiasts just like you. We can assure you this Ford Super Duty LED retrofit kit for converting fog lights is wired to make life easier. The XB LED fogs work without special wiring, come with everything you need to connect, and are compatible with your original cabin controls.

Driven: The whole idea here is to find a product that helps you see better on the road and look great doing it. Luckily, Morimoto XB LEDs check both boxes. These Super Duty LED projector fog lights deliver 2,400 lumens of pure white light capable of cutting through the mistiest and murkiest conditions. Innovative projector-based optics make it possible to produce a wider, more evenly distributed beam that allows you to not only see further, but also to see more of the road. These aftermarket LED headlight upgrades are SAE, DOT, and ECE approved, too.

Long-Lasting: Whether you're going from home to work and back again in bad weather or going full tilt in rugged off-road conditions, it's good to know your fog lights will be there when you need them most. Morimoto's commitment to excellence is evident in the latest generation of Ford Super Duty projector headlight upgrades and of course, these fog lights. From durable polycarbonate lenses to ultra-light powder-coated cast aluminum housings, everything about these fogs is geared toward standing the test of time. We've tested various models in all sorts of extreme conditions and found the housing is capable of protecting internal components by creating a nearly impenetrable shield to moisture and debris.

HR Tested: Here at Headlight Revolution, we spend a lot of time installing and testing the products you'll find for sale. We don't favor any particular brand, so our commitment to you is that we'll deliver the best product for your application, period. To see all of the compatible lighting upgrades for your vehicle, use the Buyer's Guide on our homepage! Be sure to check out the HR YouTube channel for hundreds of helpful install and review videos!

Product Specs

  • What's Included

  • Fog Lights: 2x (One Pair) Morimoto XB LED Type SD Fog Lights

  • Wiring: Plug and Play Harness

  • Optional: Yellow Lamin-X Film Kit

  • Warranty:10 Years (Click for Details)

  • Compatibility

  • Ford Excursion: 1999-2016*

  • Ford Super Duty: 1999-2016*

  • Replaces Ford Part #: 6C3Z-15200-AA, 6C3Z-15200-BA, 7C3Z15200AA, 7C3Z15201AA, BC3Z15200A, BC3Z15201A, XL3Z13466A

  • Compliance: DOT, ECE, SAE Standards

  • *Note: 1999-2010 Req. Minor Modification

  • Tech Specs

  • Intensity: 1,200lm (raw; each)

  • Input: H10 Male

  • Material: Powdercoated Aluminum (Housing), UV-Resistant Polycarbonate (Lens)

  • Optic: Kuria Fog-Projection Lens

  • Light Source: Nichia 5500K (Pure White)

  • Compliance: IP67

Product Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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5 out of 5 stars

No more oncoming drivers flashing


These XB Fog lights are deceiving. When you first install them they don’t seem as bright when standing in front. But this is not the case. The standard Ford fog lights made by Valeo/Sylvania produce a lot of glare and have no significant cut off. The Morimoto lights have a very sharp, well defined cut off with a very wide beam pattern. When combined with well adjusted headlights these provide an excellent fill in on the side of the road for spotting deer. Run the fog lights all the time and stop all the oncoming drivers flashing you. It’s the glare of the fog lights not the headlights that are driving them mad. Another mod to consider is to enable “Bambi” mode in the Ford using FORScan which allows the fog light and high beam to be on simultaneously, as is allowed in Europe.

5 out of 5 stars

Morimoto XB LED fog lights F250

Armando Gomez

Look great! Highly recommended.

4 out of 5 stars

2016 F350 Morimoto Fog Light

Acoustics, Inc

Definitely like the fog lights. The install instructions are absolutely HORRIBLE as all they deal with is the wiring of the lights. The good part for me was that I already swapped out the OEM fog lights with Rough Country squares so I reverted back to their install instructions which are spot on. Lights are a welcome upgrade without being too bright.

5 out of 5 stars

Great Fog Light!!

Randy Norman

Installation is really easy, but there is not a lot of room to work. But take your time and the results are well worth the effort.

4 out of 5 stars

Excellent light, looks great on my 2016 Ford Super Duty

Matthew Dubec

Installation wasn't overly difficult. There aren't any real instructions to go by, but it was fairly easy if you are mechanically minded. There was a plate with four bolts on each side that had to be temporarily removed to access the fog light housing, just forward of the wheels. The fog light housing itself had only 3 small bolts to remove, which were a bit harder to remove with the limited space provided. Once the bolts were out, the fog light assembly came out without any issues. On the back of the housing, there are four retainer clips that need to be removed before removing the four nuts holding the front plastic assembly together. Be careful, the studs are plastic, which is surprising that they didn't use metal. After that, you need to remove the single spring loaded adjustment screw to remove the OEM light assembly. There are two additional plastic pivot-like pins that need to be removed with pliers before the inner lens assembly can be removed. Once you remove the inner fog light, the rest is self-explanatoryĶjust reverse everything you did up to this point. It took me about 1.5 to 2 hours to do. I took my time as the OEM housing has a lot of plastic that can break, so be careful. You can adjust the new fog lights via the small bolt on the back of the OEM housingĶthe place where you had to remove the spring loaded bolt to install the new fog lights. Over-all, I really like the look of the fog lights, they don't blind oncoming traffic, but put out a decent amount of daytime color light far left and right of the vehicle. These are true "fog" lights and don't really light up the road that much, but should work great in fog. If you want bright driving light, buy LED's for your headlightsĶI bought GTR LED's and the switch-back turn signals, and they are REALLY bright. You can actually see where you are driving! I would say the fog lights were worth the buy, but they were a bit pricey IMHO.

4 out of 5 stars

Almost there

Larry Haywood

I had trouble getting the connector pins to stay into the plastic connectors. I didn't have online access to get the detailed instructions of which direction the pins go into the plastic connector housing. Kind of seems with the cost of the lights there could have been a 1 sheet instruction with the light detailing the installation rather then having to get it online. On one of the YouTube video's HR pointed out that a number of LED lights on the market are not sealed. I noticed that the Morimoto lights have 2 openings which would allow dirt and water into the light assembly. I didn't know if this is for cooling or not but seemed light it could cause a problem for the lights down the road. The lights have a very clear cut off and are very bright. Still working to get the alignment correct for my installation. Over all I'm satisfied with the lights. If the lights had arrived with the connctors assembled already that would have made the Installation easier and rasied the build quality a point.

5 out of 5 stars

A little tricky to swap, But worth the effort.

James Dean Creations

Getting to the 2 upper mounting bolts on the carrier plate is tricky. But well worth the visibility difference. A much wider pattern and cleaner, whiter light. Highly recommend.

5 out of 5 stars



These headlights have a great beam pattern in there a very bright highly recommend

3 out of 5 stars

Save your $$


I went with these due to the excellent reviews. I bought them coupled with V4 LEDs for my 2008 F350. The beam pattern is good however, my headlights drown them completely out! I couldnt take a clear picture showing them on together because of the drown out. They are no where near bright as the led bulbs that Headlight Revolution sells. My advice, keep your stock housings and just by their LED replacements. Oh and did I mention they do not "bolt it" like they state? I had to mod one bracket from round to square to accept the hardware swap, see pictures...

5 out of 5 stars

2011 F350 with stock oem foglights.


Great product! Lights are easy to install. You have to figure out which oem wire is your power and ground, then set up the plug on the new foglight. On my truck it was the wire with a stripe. Once you have the wires in the plug correctly, pull the ends with needle nose pliers to set them securely into the plug. After all that, they install just like the oem lights.