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there are two different dome lights in the supercrew one is connected to the garage door opener and sunglass holder other wise known as map lights. to get these out just simply pull the unit and the blubs unscrew from the back insert the new blubs and replace the unit. the other type depends on the model of f150 you have one is the normal dome light in witch you just pop the cover off and replace the light. the other is just like the front map light where you just pull the unit out and replace the bulbs the same way.
have u check the bulbs?.... i would try to see if they ok remove em an check for power going to those locations, activate ur switches an see if you get any power may just be burned bulbs..... if the fuses seem to be OK
There are two screws and two nuts that hold the lighting unit in place. The screws are at the top. The two nuts are 11mm and located at each bottom corner. You can see the nuts from underneath the truck, but they are accessed from the top.
2008 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Cab (without moon roof or rails): How to replace the map light bulbs. First, you'll need a "trim pad remover." It is a tool with a screwdriver handle and the metal part has a 'smooth' forked tongue (see Snap-on Stock#: A177A for picture). Go to the center counsel and "gingerly" work around he counsel and pull down at the same time. The counsil is held in by six snap in tongs. It should remove pretty easily. once down, you'll see where the bulbs are. Unscrew and replace. Now, just line up the tongs and gently bump or hit the pressure points (where the tongs are) and it should snap into place. It should take no more than five minutes, tops.