Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
How do i replace them
Thare is little straight open slots on each side of the lens. put a small screwdriver in these slots to release the assembley then turn the socket out of lens ,the bulb pulls out
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
LICENSE PLATE LAMP BULB
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
kind of tricky, took me an hour to get it figured out, but you got to opend the trunk and take out the 10 or so 10mm nuts sticking out of the backside of the lid, then the whole solid piece where the lights are on the back will slide off, then you can change the bulbs above the license plate and put it all back together
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
Look behind you bumper where the lights are installed. There should be a clip slipped over the back of the housing that holds the light into the bumper. 1 per light. Use some needlenose plyers or a screwdriver to push it off. The light sould pull out of the bumper from the other side. You can disconnect the harness is you wish or just replace the bulb. Whichever suits your fancy. After replacement put the holder back into the bumper and slip the clip back on behind it. 10 minute job.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
if the plate is on the trunk it will most likely be the wiring by the hinge of the trunk,the wires break sometimes after the trunk goes up and down a few thousand times,so just pull on the wires individually and see which one has a break in it and jsut solderit and heat shrink it...hope this helps
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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You will have to open the trunk to get to the plastic nuts that hold the carpet on. Remove several of the plastic fasteners holding the carpet to the inside
of the lid. Gently force the carpet over the trunk latch assembly.
Located under the carpet are ten (10) 10mm nuts holding the lamp
assembly in place.
The whole light/license plate recess assembly will come off. You may want to replace ALL the bulbs now instead of later. Two each of: Sylvania 7528 (P21/5W), Sylvania 3157LL, and Sylvania 194LL.
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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