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Changing tail light

Need help changing the tail light on a 93 Ford Thunderbird

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  • vcteddy Jan 25, 2009

    My son tried this and he thinks that the whole unit needs to be replaced because it won't come apart. Thank you for your response though, he is just going to take it to the Ford dealer on Monday.

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You need to get into trunk area what side take off sill panel then side trim in question and then take bolts off pull tail light out and change bulb and then reverse to put back together

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  • Marc Podeszek Jan 25, 2009

    these tail lights have a butyl tape around to stick to rear body panel comes out as a whole unit

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