Do you drive an older model RAM truck that needs new headlights? We put our trucks through it all and over the years our headlights become faded, damaged, or shotty when it comes to reliability. Your truck transportation is vital for your work crew and family and getting from point A to point B as safe as possible is priority number one. New headlights for your RAM truck will assist in helping you see further beyond the hood as well as broadening your truck’s visibility during the dark hours or bad weather.

We provide a full rundown on the headlights that best fit later truck models of the RAM 1500, 2500, and 3500, and how revitalizing your truck’s light source is a simple process!

Top headlights for older RAM trucks

With the abundance of headlights on today’s market, locating the match to your RAM truck’s model year and trim is simple with a click of the mouse. Plus you save money ordering headlamps online rather than going to the dealership. Whether you intend to order new truck headlights and install the pair yourself or order new headlamps so your mechanic can take care of the job, here are our top picks for new RAM headlights.

Dodge RAM Xenon Headlights Non-Sport Set 1994-2002 (1500, 2500, 3500)

Have an old RAM truck you want to revamp before selling or passing it down to the new driver in the family? Brighten your travels with this pair of Xenon headlights for all RAM truck models between 94 and 2002.

Dodge RAM Black Headlights 2002-2005 (1500, 2500, 3500)

If you’re ready to restore the look of your RAM truck, these sporty black headlights offer the simple yet aggressive new look to your pickup truck. Compliant with the U.S Department of Transportation and Society of Automotive Engineers, this pair of black headlights for early millennium aged RAM trucks are affordable.

Dodge RAM Truck Headlights Replacement for 2006 (1500, 2500, 3500)

For 2006 RAM truck owners, if affordability is what you’re after in a new set of halogen truck headlamps, this pair of headlamps paired with Perde Solar Series Platinum H13 Xenon-Enhanced bulbs light your path tenfold. Pair this headlight set with a pair of Xenon Platinum Halogen bulbs and transform your commute at night.</p>

PERDE Dodge RAM Black Halogen-Type Quad Headlights 2010-2017 (1500, 2500, 3500)

Prime model years for many RAM truck owners, if you want black headlights for RAM trucks between the years of 2010 and 2017, the PERDE Black Halogen lights provide a new sharpness to the front end of your pickup truck without breaking the bank.

Modifystreet Black Dual/Quad Projector Headlights for 09-18 RAM Trucks

Looking for a new boldness to the front end of your truck? This pair of black RAM replacement lights will equip you with the illumination and detail you’ve always craved for your RAM truck. This pair of headlight replacements are available in both stock projector and Quad/ Dual models, and if you’re not a huge fan of the black style, they also come in chrome.

Amerilite Black Projector LED Headlights 2009-2018 (1500, 2500, 3500)

Easy to install as direct OEM replacement headlamps, if you want to add a superior aftermarket look to your pickup truck, the Amerilite Black Projector LED headlamps suit model years between 2009 and 2018. With the stylish LED turn signal lightbar, you may find yourself paying extra for this pair of headlights, but drivers will take to the roads and trails with a whole new sense of brightness and style.

DIY Headlight Replacement for RAM Trucks

Take your next truck headlights order seriously and locate the best pair of new headlamps online. Your RAM truck will look twice as new and you can go from dim to bright after a quick and easy installation in your driveway or home garage!

Patrick Kirk
I am a full-time copywriter from Naples, FL and living in Austin, TX. I have written for the automotive industry for three years, and enjoy other hobbies such as camping and mountain biking. I received my Bachelors from Florida Gulf Coast University, and served in the U.S Coast Guard.

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    6 Comments

    1. This is a useful post, and it could be interesting to see a whole series in this vein, approaching multiple makes broadly like this.

    2. I love the different options and details provided depending on the type of look you are going for your RAM.This is very informative.

    3. I can agree….I upgraded my truck to black headlights and changed all the chrome trim to black and the truck looks awesome.. gives it that custom look with out breaking the bank. Go with a good brand it s worth spending the extra money on aftermarket lights.

    4. This article brings up interesting aftermarket options, but often times the LED projector conversions are not as well made or designed to give the best pattern and adjustability to align the pattern correctly. Tremendous amounts of research and development go into designing light assemblies that project or reflect light properly, and many aftermarket conversions fall short in some way or another. A factory style headlight is ideal in almost every way. In this case, a projector headlight from a newer dodge ram will fit the older ram models with the use of a conversion harness. Check out the the factory style 2013-2015 Ram projector style lights and Headlight Revolution harness.

    5. I found the information about the xenon headlights for the older model a little confusing. Is this some sort of conversion set with modifications needed? I also noticed the 2006 mentioned xenon bulbs twice. Not sure if this is two different options or if it was just being repetitive perhaps. One thing that is definitely worth mentioning is that the Quad, Non-Quad, and Projector style headlights all fit in the vehicle the same and are therefore pretty interchangeable. Upgrade from the Non-Quad to the Quad easily with just an extra purchase of the compatible bulbs. An upgrade to the projector style will require a conversion harness that may be worth the purchase if you are yearning for that newer style.

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