The ford ranger bulb housing is pretty weird and hard but you have to turd the bulb and housing all the way to one direction then press agianst the back of the tail light with the bulb and housing in and slowly turn and it should eventually work for you,it took me a while, its one of those things that you spend hours on and then it randomly decideds to work.
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Hmmm Learn something new every day. Didn't know Ford had resurrected the Galaxy line, let alone put it on a van. Oh well. If Ford were kind, you should be able to access the back of the tail light assembly from the inside. There should be access panels, one behind each tail light assembly. Your owners manual should have the information. If not, a Chiltons/Haynes repair manual that covers the make/model/year will certainly lead you through the procedure.
Drop the tailgate, on the inside of bed where tailgate closes are couple of screws.These hold the light assembly in the bed. remove the screws, then remove light assembly. The light bulb can be removed from back of the tail light assembly. Check to make sure the lightbulb work before you put the tail light back together. Good luck and hope this helps and don't forget to add some grease to the light socket to prevent corrosion.
remove the trim panel at the very rear of trunk, remove it and place it out of the way, remove tail light Assemblyretaining nuts top and bottom, I think there are 6 per side, pull the tail light assembly straight back to access the bulbs for replacement.