Anzo 111159 Black Projector Headlights With CCFL Halo

2010-2017 Dodge Ram
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Change the look of your 2010-2017 Dodge Ram with the Anzo 111159 Black Projector Headlights With CCFL Halo. Anzo lights are designed using CAD/CAM computerized equipment to provide a modern, innovative and trend setting look. Anzo products are SAE and D.O.T. compliant to FMVSS-108 and are manufactured in their state-of-the-art ISO 9002 and OS 9000 quality certified factory. For quality assurance, Anzo products go through strict testing for durability, impact strength, as well as fresh/salt water and dust/dirt resistance. 1-year warranty, sold as a pair.  


  • CCFL Halo
  • Clear Lens / Black Housing
  • H9 High Beam / H9 Low Beam
  • Projector Light With Halogen Bulbs 
  • OEM Style Weather Tight Connections & Wiring Harnesses.
Note: Will not fit on models with factory projector headlights. 
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(30 Ratings, 1 Review) Average Rating:
Took a min. but they look sick
Bryan Seay (Barstow, CA) 12/9/2014 12:25 AM
Alright so these are not that bad, bright.. not as bright as I had imagined but brighter then my factory lamps. after a slight modification to the lamp wireing connector cause it was A backwards wish I could send pics.. but anyway. Ya need to adjust them as soon as you get them in. If you haven't figured out or just need a jump started heres the jest. both the screws are 10mm , need at decently long extension for the bottom one, those are off remove the 2 screws on the grill, open a can of man and give a few decent yanks (itll sound like its break a little (that's normal)) last step to taking it out, inside the fender is a small cut out kind of a like a flap, open it up look in side you'll see a white plastic piece, slid it up while pushing the OEM lamp in a little, once that's out just need to play with it and the grill to get the lamp out. care with the bottom one its got a weird spacer that can come out ( I almost lost it.) BTW use a magnet for the bottom screw on the lamp, other wise you'll think you lost the dang thing when its really sitting where you cant reach it until the lamp it out. and installation is reverse. BTW the adjustment screw it a bit weird there's a arrow pointing towards a hold in the finder near the lamp, its a Phillips. need a long screwdriver for it. make sure to adjust them other wise it'll be hard to drive. did it in the rain for about 15 miles until I got fed up with not being able to see. yup still worked.