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2009 mercury milan analog bulb burned out. i have replacement but don't know how to remove bezel or trim from radio

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SOURCE: Clock light burned out

You will need to pull the clock, the bulb is on the back, any parts store will carry it, it is a mini peanut bulb.

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SOURCE: 2009 Saturn Outlook radio removal

start by carefully prying the woodgrain/brushed aluminum panel around the column shift upwards. Start at the rear, near the cubby. be very careful not to break it where the panel wraps around the drivers side of the shift indicator. when it is removed, you will see screws holding the next panel on (may be 7mm hex or philips - can't remember...) once removed, you can pry that section off as well exposing the radio and climate control screws. both have to come out to get the radio out. the XM portion is not in this radio, but is actually in the rear end of the truck behind the side panel on the driver's side. Be careful if you go poking around in there, because you may have a power inverter back there feeding 115v power to the center console (entertainment package).

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SOURCE: have a 2007 mercury milan and the blower does not

Try disconnecting the wires to the blower motor before you put in another fuse. If the new fuse does not blow you need to replace the blower motor.

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SOURCE: How do you remove the trim around the factory

Unfortunately it has been a few years since I've removed the dash in my sisters 95 century(same setup as yours)... but I came across something that should give you some decent pointers.

http://www.pdfee.com/autos-how-to/99-4544-installation-instructions

that is a link to a pdf, which, on Page 3 gives a basic text description of what you need to remove in order to get the dash trim off and gain access to the radio. If that link does not work, here's the link the page from which you can download the above mentioned file also...

http://www.pdfee.com/99-4544-installation-instructions.html

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SOURCE: how to replace radio in 2007 kia optima

The trim snaps in, no screws! I have used a hook type screwdriver, the kind used to install springs... I carefully insert the tool between the lower left corner of the radio and the bezel. Rotate the tool 90 degrees toward the bezel and pull straight out. Id say it comes off with maybe 15 pounds of pulling force. The radio is screwed in with brackets. You'll see once the bezel is off. **Keep in mind that many Optimas use an external amp located between the right rear door and wheel well. Also, some use 2 ohm speakers, all the way around. You may need to change all of it to upgrade your sound system, I did**. Good luck.

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How do I change the headlight bulb on a 2006 mercury milan


You will have to raise the hood more the likely have to remove a few pieces to get to it, when you do you will have to reach in and remove the cover if it has one ,then feel for the conecter that holds the bulb turn it counter clockwise and pull it out it will have a clip on each side realease them and unplug the bulb, then replace with a new bulb wear gloves they say not to get you fingers on the bulbs they will blow when you turn them on sometimes. when you put the new bulb in you should hear it click when it is in place, then just repeat the process putting it back together. hope this helps.

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Can't remove lens cover on rear to access burned out bulb. Screws are out but don't want to crack the cover.


it may be possible that you don't have to remove the lens cover to replace the bulb, in most modern vehicles the bulbs come out from inside the trunk by turning the fitting & pulling the bulb out & replace it the same way by putting it back in & turning it in the opposite direction to lock it in place.......hope this helps......cheers.

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2006 Mercury Milan key stuck in ignition.


There's a TSB published by ford for this condition. It's caused by a binding shifter button.


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07-14-7
  • KEY STUCK IN IGNITION / SHIFTER BINDING CONDITION
Publication Date: July 6, 2007
FORD: 2006-2007 Fusion LINCOLN: 2006 Zephyr MERCURY: 2006-2007 Milan
This article supersedes TSB 07-2-1 to update the Part List. ISSUE: Some 2006-2007 Fusion, Milan and 2006 Zephyr vehicles built before 9/4/2006 may exhibit a customer concern of the ignition key getting trapped or a shifter slider binding condition. Most of the key trapped conditions are caused due to a binding shifter button which does not allow the pawl to contact the park detect switch.
ACTION: Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition.
SERVICE PROCEDURE If the key will not release from the ignition cylinder lock follow the Key Trapped procedure. On vehicles with a hard-to-shift shift lever into park or slider bunching/binding then follow the Shifter Slider Binding procedure. Key Trapped:
  1. Actuate knob button 5-10 times, observe for binding or sticky condition.
  2. Replace knob assembly if the knob sticks following Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 307-05. NOTE: WHEN REPLACING THE SHIFT KNOB DO NOT REUSE THE SCREWS. REMOVE AND DISCARD THE SCREWS. INSTALL TWO NEW SCREWS AND TIGHTEN TO 18 LB-IN (2 N-m). DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE SCREWS OR DAMAGE MAY OCCUR.
Shifter Slider Binding:
  1. If shifter slider is bunched up or binding, replace bezel assembly following WSM, Section 307-05. NOTE: WHEN REPLACING THE BEZEL, CARE NEEDS TO BE TAKEN TO ENSURE THAT THE BRAKE SHIFT INTERLOCK OVERRIDE TAB IS PROPERLY ALIGNED INTO ITS GUIDE. REFER TO FIGURE 1.

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    Figure 1 - Article 07-14-7

    NOTE: WHEN REINSTALLING THE SHIFT KNOB DO NOT REUSE THE SCREWS. REMOVE AND DISCARD THE SCREWS. INSTALL TWO NEW SCREWS AND TIGHTEN TO 18 LB-IN (2 N-m). DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE SCREWS OR DAMAGE MAY OCCUR. NOTE: IF OVERRIDE CAP IS DAMAGED DURING REPAIR, IT IS AVAILABLE SEPARATELY.

PART NUMBER PART NAME 6E5Z-7D443-B Bezel Asy-Black w/FNR5 Trans (Fusion-Milan) 6E5Z-7D443-C Bezel Asy-Black w/Aisin F21 Trans (Fusion-Milan) 6H6Z-7D443-A Bezel Asy-Satin Nickel (Zephyr) 6E5Z-7213-C Knob Asy-Black (Fusion-Milan) 6H6Z-7213-A Knob Asy-Charcoal (Zephyr) 6H6Z-7213-B Knob Asy-Charcoal-OD (Zephyr) 6E5Z-7A214-B Override Cap-Black (Fusion-Milan) 6H6Z-7A214-A Override Cap-Satin Nickel (Zephyr) W790088-S901 Screw (2 Req)
WARRANTY STATUS: Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage
IMPORTANT: Warranty coverage limits/policies are not altered by a TSB. Warranty coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part.
OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME 071407A 2006-2007 Fusion, Milan And 2006 Zephyr: Replace Knob Assembly, Includes Time To Diagnose And Verify Repair (Do Not Use With 04536A, 04536B, 7213A) 0.3 Hr. 071407B 2006-2007 Fusion, Milan and 2006 Zephyr: Replace Bezel Assembly Includes Time To Diagnose And Verify Repair (Do Not Use With 04536A, 04536B, 7213A) 0.4 Hr.
DEALER CODING BASIC PART NO. CONDITION CODE 7213 69

NOTE: The information in Technical Service Bulletins is intended for use by trained, professional technicians with the knowledge, tools, and equipment to do the job properly and safely. It informs these technicians of conditions that may occur on some vehicles, or provides information that could assist in proper vehicle service. The procedures should not be performed by "do-it-yourselfers". Do not assume that a condition described affects your car or truck. Contact a Ford, Lincoln, or Mercury dealership to determine whether the Bulletin applies to your vehicle. Warranty Policy and Extended Service Plan documentation determine Warranty and/or Extended Service Plan coverage unless stated otherwise in the TSB article. The information in this Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) was current at the time of printing. Ford Motor Company reserves the right to supercede this information with updates. The most recent information is available through Ford Motor Company's on-line technical resources.

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How do you change the clock's light bulb?


there is no clock light bulb replacement.. you may have a defective radio. The fuse for the radio controls everything. if the radio comes on and the light that your talking about is internal and not coming on then you may need to remove the radio and replace it or repair it.

Dec 05, 2009 | 2006 Mercury Milan

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Have a 2007 mercury milan and the blower does not work i checked the fuses under the hood and one was burned out i replaced just to have it burn out again


Try disconnecting the wires to the blower motor before you put in another fuse. If the new fuse does not blow you need to replace the blower motor.

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How do you replace the light bulb in the clock on a 2005 Mercury Monterey?


It's not as bad as it sounds if it like my 2004. The clock is accessed under the dask glove box/flipper compartment. You access it by lifting out the rubber tray/mat. That will expose a bolt/nut that holds the plastic shell in place. Take off the nut then gently pry out the tray, starting in the front and working along each side towards the back. The clock back is just underneath this. The bulb looks like a small hex bolt and is removed with a 6 mm socket (you don't need to remove the white plastic backing). Once you've done this, just put everything back in revers order. It took me 20 minutes all together. The hardest part was paying $13.75 for the tiniest lightbulb I've ever purchased. :-) This is a link that someone else posted which shows some pictures of what it all looks like. It's well worth the effort, especially since my wife is much happier now (and it's $47 cheaper than what the Mercury dealer quoted me to replace it). Good luck!

Oct 15, 2009 | 2005 Mercury Monterey

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