Question about 2004 Ford F150
You need to take off the overhead console to access the lights. My overhead snaps on and off. Be very carful. Others you need to remove the lenses on the lights, then you remove the screws holding the fixture to access the light bulbs, Reverse the process to install. Don't pry. If it doesn't come off, something is holding it, look for screws in other places. Lenses have areas where you unlatch very carfully so you don't break the lense is made of plastick and craks easily. Too much force, you are in the place, look for the locking tabs somewhere near the center of the outer eadge for the lense.
Sometimes you see like a small round plug. Those you can pry off with jewelers screw drivers and once off you can see the screws.
If they are the ones on the doors the trimming will have to be remove very carfully from the door. Once all the screws are out and the snaps loose, some door panels go up to loosen them from the door, not outward like most. Pull outward you will break the retaining plastic L.. If not sure, ask the dealer dudes they are very helpful sometimes. (For Free)
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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