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Brake light How do I replace light bulbs for brake lights on a 1997 Mercury Villager?

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Are you reolaicng the high mount stop light bulbs or the tailamp bulbs?
Access for the tailalmp bulbs is by removing the plastic access apnels on each side (4 inches x 10 inches). The twist the wire connector about a 1/4 turn to release the connector from the lamp body. Then repalce the bulb. Some are pull out, some are twist & pull. I think it is #1157.

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