Question about 1994 Ford Thunderbird
Hi, I tried to replace the tail light blinker yesterday, and took off the light housing, but couldn't figure out how to separate the plastic to replace the light. Any suggestions?
Most tail light housings use the same approach. The bulb is removed from the housing by twisting
the back of the bulf where the wires are. Usually the bulb itself has a rubber back and turning it about a quarter turn counterclockwise (remember lefty=loosey; righty = tighty) will release the bulb it from the taillight housing. Take the bulb with you when you go for a replacement to be sure you get the right one.
The bulb will only fit one way into its socket and the socket will only fit one way into the housing.
Good luck ,
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