So, we run BD lights on our Ultra4 car we sponsor. Naturally, I'll run them on my Raptor Lets begin. I don't need to tell you WHY you need to run BD, like their moisture barrier, replaceable lenses, fantastic support online and in the pits, and how they truly are the best LED setups IMO you can buy. These little S2's make more light then the ching chong 36" light bar on my beater toyota. That speaks volumes. Anyways. Back to install time. Ford made this little bolt here perfect for these dudes. Unbolt with a T40, slide the bracket in between the metal, and done, son. I used a 4mm long ball allen to tighten the one next to the exhaust tip. Home brewer's probably wont have this, and you'll either have to cock it to get an allen on it, then tighten the T40 or something. IDK. This is your problem, not mine So, the provided wiring harness is cool to use, and it'll reach if you follow the factory harness. BD uses weatherpack connections, they are water proof and are easy to use/assemble/work with. You won't have to do anything to modify or make them work. Mount the lights, plug them in and route accordingly. Zip tie accordingly, especially around the tow hooks and plug connections. Double back the extra slack between the wires and zip tie to factory harness near the spare tire. So, then I was like "self, pull a tail light housing out so you can find the reverse wire" I looked, and the wiring is very small, say 24 gauge. I didn't like that size for both backup lights and the additional load the S2's would be putting on the wire. So, I thought "i know where an additional reverse light is..... So I'm pointing at it, its the middle stud on the tow plug. Easy! Pull the tow plug down. pop the plastic trees out of the frame that are attached to the harness to gain room.