Toyota Tundra Taillight Installation

If you’re looking for more taillight options for your 2014-2021 Toyota Tundra, Trail Grid Pro has you covered. We carry a wide selection of taillight upgrades, including the plug-and-play Morimoto XP LED Taillights. These taillights feature sequential turn signals and an overall aesthetic upgrade to the factory versions you may be familiar with. If you’re ready to customize your vehicle with new lighting, keep reading or watch the video to walk through the complete Morimoto Toyota Tundra taillight installation.

Tools You’ll Need for Morimoto Tundra Taillight Installation

  • Panel removal tool or flathead screwdriver
  • Phillips head screwdriver
  • T-27 Torx

How To Install Morimoto Toyota Tundra Taillights

Prepare the new taillights: Connect the included resistor to the black and red wiring on the back of one taillight. Line up the resistor’s slots with the smaller holes on the back. Screw in the smaller screws.

Remove the factory taillight:

Step 1: Use the T-27 Torx to remove the top and bottom bolts attaching the factory light. Gently pull the taillight to the outside of the bed.

Step 2: Remove each of the three lighting connections.

Step 3: Remove and replace the locating pins from the back of the factory light. You’ll need to reuse these for your new headlight installation.

Installing new Morimoto Taillights:

Step 1: Match the three wiring connections from your truck to your taillight.

Step 2: Feed the wiring into the taillight cavity. Align the pins on the back of the light with the locating caps on the truck side.

Step 3: Confirm that the bolt holes are lined up. Replace the bolts.

Step 4: Repeat each of the preparation and installation steps on the opposite rear side of the vehicle.

With the proper Toyota Tundra taillight installation, you can enjoy safer driving conditions with brighter and clearer taillights. If you have any questions about the taillight installation process or want to know which Toyota Tundra light upgrade is best for your vehicle, reach out to our experts at Trail Grid Pro for more information.