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Old 04-13-2010, 04:29 PM
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Will 2004 F-350 headlights fit on an 01 ex?

I have a guy who is selling his headlights and side markers off his 04 King ranch and I want to make sure they will fit on my 01 Ex.

if so do I need a wire harness or will the plug be the same?

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Old 04-21-2010, 12:38 AM
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They will bolt right on but an 04 should have a one piece headlight assembly, there should be no seperate side marker, but the bulb connector is different so you would need the harness
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No the bulb's are the same..9007
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Old 04-21-2010, 06:02 PM
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which headlights are the ones you need the harness for? is it the 05+ lights?
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Old 04-23-2010, 03:05 PM
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Yes....Ones with The H13... is quite possibly the stupidest design for a bulb ever foisted on the public. The terminals are so small that they overheat, even at stock wattages, and melt the plastic housing of the connectors. Higher than stock wattage bulbs are offered, but not recommended. There are Chinese connectors that are being used to make these kits and no harness will fix the problem of to small of terminals. As of now no USA made plugs are made that I have seen and wouldn't solve the problem anyway.
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So 04 Lights are the way to go?
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IMO yep, came stock on my '04 !
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I did the 05 headlights with hid's and never had a problem yet.I had an extra connector and wired a olug and play set up right in.Love em and won't ever change em.
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