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Ford LED Lighted Vehicle Emblem

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Reese Novelty - 86094

Add a distinctive, stylish touch to your Ford vehicle by replacing its current emblem with this light-up version. It prominently features the Ford insignia on with red LEDs that shine when you activate your vehicle's tail lights or brakes.


  • Officially licensed Ford logo on blue background adds a stylish touch to your vehicle
    • Replaces standard OEM Ford emblem on rear of vehicle
    • May block the back up camera on some Fords
  • Red LEDs light up to give your vehicle some flash and make it more visible, as well as to alert other drivers to slow down or stop when you do
    • Low illumination while you're using tail lights
    • High illumination when you brake or engage the hazard lights
    • Energy-efficient LEDs are long-lasting
  • Corrosion-resistant plastic construction with metallic coating that becomes transparent when lights are activated
  • Hardwires into vehicle's tail light assembly


  • Application: Ford vehicles
  • Face dimensions: 9" wide x 3-1/2" tall
  • 90-Day warranty

Note: For use on rear of vehicle only.

Ford Emblem Animation

Reese Towpower has created this Ford emblem to look like an ordinary Ford logo in daytime, non-braking situations. When you turn on your vehicle's tail lights or activate the brakes, the emblem's unique metallic coating becomes transparent, and bright red LEDs shine through. The long-lasting LED cells have two intensity settings. The red lights use low illumination when your vehicle's tail lights are on and high illumination when you activate your brakes or hazard lights.

86094 LED Lighted Emblem for Ford Vehicles by Reese Towpower - Ford Logo

Video of Ford LED Lighted Vehicle Emblem

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Today, we're going to review part number 86094. This is the Ford LED Lighted Vehicle Emblem made by Reese. This is an officially licensed Ford logo, which will add a stylish touch to your vehicle. It will replace your standard OEM Ford emblem on the rear of the vehicle. Underneath the Ford name, it has red LED's which will light up, and gives your vehicle some flash, and to make it more visible, as well as to alert other drivers to slow down or stop when you do. It does have the low illumination, so while you're using your tail lights,they'll be on low.

And when it goes to a high illumination,is when you brake or engage the hazard lights. It does use energy efficient LED's, which are very long lasting. If you see on the back here, it does actually have a . You can peel that off and it's a double-faced sticky tape that it'll stick onto. It is a corrosion resistant plastic construction with a metallic coating that becomes transparent when the lights are activated, and if you notice, there's a wire on the back.

It's about a four foot length of wire that you will hard wire into your vehicle's tail light assembly. It has the white for ground, a brown wire for the power to the tail lights, and the red wire for the brake lights. Now, the application for this is designed for Ford vehicles, and it is for use on the rear of the vehicle only. The dimension is nine inches wide, three and a half inches tall, and it does come with a ninety day warranty. So, I do have a twelve volt power source here. What I'm going to do is connectour wires just to give you an idea of how bright the light will be.

So once we get all our wires hooked up, we're going to go ahead and turn off our overhead lights. Now with our overhead lights off, I'm going to turn on . You'll be able to see . There it is with just the tail lights on, very low illumination, and then when you apply your brakes, you'll be able to see. It gets a lot brighter.

That is with the brakes applied. Okay. We'll just go ahead and turn our lights back on, and disconnect our twelve volt power source, and that should do it for the review on part number 86094, the Ford LED Lighted Vehicle Emblem by Reese.

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Ford LED Lighted Vehicle Emblem - 86094

Average Customer Rating:  ratingratingratingratingrating5.0 out of 5 stars   (3 Customer Reviews)

Add a distinctive, stylish touch to your Ford vehicle by replacing its current emblem with this light-up version. It prominently features the Ford insignia on with red LEDs that shine when you activate your vehicle's tail lights or brakes.

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Ron R.12/18/2013

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I had lost a lighted hitch cover and didn't want to go that route again. This lighted emblem is very nice. By day you can not tell the difference from the factory emblem. At night, it's pretty slick. Installation was basic. You have to tap into both rear lights on my 2009 F150. Old emblem pulled right off, but cleaning the adhesive foam off was a bit time consuming. Will have to see how well it holds up, but I think worth the time and money if you want to add some distinction to your Ford. Etrailer was very good to work with. 110395

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Jeremy H.01/15/2014

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Quality looked OEM. I haven't put it on yet, but it looked like it came from the factory. Communication was superb. I would buy from Etrailer if/when I needed a part/piece to add to my truck. Thanks! 113846

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: merry12/06/2013

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What a nice addition to the back of the truck. My order was received in a quick manner and nice follow up from company was nice. There was even a short video of this item, great job! Merry 109333

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: ElectricJack202/17/2014

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Looks good, almost identical to original, does not brighten up when brakes are applied as much as you would think. Overall like the look! 116676

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: jpferr12/18/2013

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excellent product great service 110333

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: CARL E.04/24/2014

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Rick Johnson01/14/2014

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Looks awasome and installed EZ. Than ks 112765


Ask the Experts about this Reese Novelty

  • Installation Instructions for Ford LED Lighted Vehicle Emblem, # 86094
  • I have included a picture that shows the instructions for the Ford LED Lighted Vehicle Emblem, # 86094. There are several steps and the instructions include some diagrams to help. Make sure that the area where you mount the emblem is clean.
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  • Lighted Emblem For 2013 Ford F-150 Pickup Truck
  • The lighted emblem we offer for your 2013 Ford F-150 pickup, part # 86094, measures 9 inches wide by 3-1/2 inches tall. This replaces the OEM installed emblem on the back of your pickup. It has low illumination when you are using your tail lights, and a brighter illumination when the brakes or hazard lights are applied. This emblem hardwires into your tail light assembly. It also includes a brake conversion module that would be used only if you have a 2-wire system, where one wire is used...
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  • Can Lighted Ford Emblem be Installed on the Front of a Vehicle
  • Technically the Ford logo # 86094 could be installed anywhere but it is intended for the rear of the vehicle only. This is because of certain laws regarding lights at the front of a vehicle. Since the emblem lights up red that is one issue. Only emergency vehicles are supposed to have red and/or blue lights in the front.
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  • Will the Ford LED Lighted Rear Emblem Fit a 2010 Ford F150
  • The Ford LED Lighted Vehicle Emblem # 86094 that you referenced is designed to fit the rear Ford emblems of F-series trucks and should work well on your 2010 Ford F-150. If you wanted to confirm this you could measure the current emblem at the rear of your vehicle. The # 86094 measures 9 inches wide by 3-1/2 inches tall. If the dimensions are the same then you know it would work.
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  • Wiring For Lighted Emblem On 2010 Ford F-150 When Removing Tailgate
  • The Ford LED Lighted Vehicle Emblem, part # 86094, does not feature a plug for installing. This requires hardwiring into your tail light system. If you are planning on removing your tailgate, you would need to install a connector that you can easily disconnect. For a quick disconnect, I would recommend a 4-way loop connector like part # 9653P. You would cut the wire loop in half, separating the connectors, and splice the wires from one connector to the lighted emblem and converter,...
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  • Ford Light Up Emblem Only Works with Brake Lights and Not Running Lights
  • Since the running lights are a constant draw, that might be showing us a weak ground connection. Try moving the ground to a different location and make sure it is a clean metal surface by itself preferably and not grounded with anything else. There can be no paint or undercoating on the metal either. This might limit your options a little but it will provide the best ground. If it still happens then it does sound like there is a wiring issue inside the emblem and it will need to be replaced....
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  • Can the Ford Lighted Tailgate Emblem # 86094 Be Modified to Illuminate Blue
  • The Ford lighted emblem # 86094 that you referenced has a silver/chrome edge with a blue background and the -Ford- logo is also in silver/chrome. When your brake is activated the -Ford- logo illuminates red. I spoke with my technical contact at Reese and asked if you could pop out the back panel and insert blue LEDs so the -Ford- logo would illuminate blue, however, due to DOT regulations, when the emblem illuminates it must be red.
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