I got these installed today. My truck does NOT have power fold from the factory because its a 2012 with Max tow, so I'm leaving the folding out of the equation for right now (I have something in the works).
I'm happier with these mirrors now than I was on Friday when I opened the box.
First the black textured cap is removable with 2 small clips. for those who are so inclined... I don't know yet what will fit as a replacement, but it does appear to be an option.
The fit and finish installing on the truck was perfect, super easy. When I=installed on my truck the top light acted as a directional (facing more rear than front - you can see in the photos) and the bottom light took place of my downward facing puddle lamp that was on my factory mirrors.
The lens is CLEAR not smoked and the bulbs are orange. I was thinking I wanted orange lenses to match the factory style, but this look is growing on me and the lights are pretty bright.
here's a good daytime shot of the lens with the lights OFF.
Here's the turn signal which works automatically when you plug the mirrors into the truck wiring. You can see how its visible on the side and from the rear for people in the lane next to you.
As I mentioned, the bottom bulb took on the task of my factory puddle light by using the default wiring, but since they provided the option (see post above) I wanted to make the bottom light work with the parking lamps/running lights as it does on the Super Duty's.
Here's what it looks like - this bottom bulb is more visible forward than the directional.
Directional on (top) parking lamp on (bottom) - its perfect!
A shot of the same from the rear...
Here's a shot with all doors shut on the truck and the parking lamps on.
To connect up the bottom bulbs to the parking lamp, I used the supplied wiring with the kit and ran it back through the doors into the truck cab. On the passengers side where the fusebox is there are a bunch of connectors, found the one that looks like the pic and tapped PIN 6 which is a YELLOW wire with BLUE stripe as my source - this is the parking lamp circuit. I'm sure you could also hit it at the headlight switch, I just knew where it was on my truck on the passenger side from another project, so it was an easy place to grab the power.
I'll post my power fold when I get it done, hopefully later this week.