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Map light removal on a 2008 Ford f350

How do you remove the map light on a 2008 Ford f350? The vehicle has a sunroof and the two map lights are surrounded by an oval-shaped, plastic trim ring. I pull down on the ring but it feel like it is about to snap. I believe that it is held in place by some platic clips and I don't want to snap them off. The rear dome light went quickly. The map light seems to be a bit more involved and delicate.

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I had the same issue with my 2008 w/ moonroof. It's tough but you just have to evenly apply pressure on both sides and pull it straight down. There's two pressure clips that are holding it. I replaced with LEDS, the rear was tough as well!

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OMG! TALK ABOUT SCARING THE HELL OUT OF YA! Swore I broke it... Grab from front

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    And back the oval ring and pull down like u want to rip it off the roof. Pops right out!

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In the shop manual it states on vehicle with roof opening to :
Pull the interior lamp down and remove the lamp from the retaining clips.

On one without the roof opening it states to remove the lens then Release the 2 retaining clips (through the access holes) and remove the interior lamp.

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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On subaru impreza 2008. the key remote stopped working and map light dont work. back up fuse keeps blowing every time i plug one it.


Fuse kept blown means your wires are shorted to ground somewhere in the remote control module or your map light. Since when you press the remote the map light also turns on, I'd try something simple first. Remove the map light BULB from the circuit to check if that circuit is the issue to isolate the problem.

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Mazda3 Sunroof Adjustments & Repairs


Folks -

The "gearbox" is unfortunately under the headliner with no easy access. If you are also experiencing a clicking sound when the motor is activated, the regulator track had slipped position and will need to be reset.

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Removing the map light assembly (process below) may help in your initial diagnosis, you can feel the motor mounting screws and the motor assembly to determine if their loose.

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I have been through this problem twice now. The first time the motor / gearbox came loose from it's mounts, began slipping (click, click,click), very nasty sound. I remounted the motor with threadlock on the NEW ALLEN HEAD screws, but alas.. two years later (mine's 2006) it slipped again.. I need to drop the headliner once more and have a look. If you would like a copy of your 05/06 FSM, drop me a line.


Here's the RESET procedure from the FSM, absolutely gospel, no other way to fix it:

Sunroof Motor Assembly Note:

Note
• If the guide is removed, initial position setting of the sunroof motor will be required. After installing the sunroof unit, perform initial position setting using the following procedure.

1. Press the TILT UP switch to fully tilt up the glass panel.

2. When the glass panel reaches the fully tilt up position, temporarily release the TILT UP switch and press it again for approx. 13 s continuously. Continue pressing the switch until the glass panel automatically stops at the fully tilt up position after reaching the mechanical lock position.

3. When the glass panel stops at the fully tilt up position, temporarily release the TILT UP switch, then press it again within 5 s and hold.
Note

• Press the TILT UP switch continuously until the glass panel opens to the fully open position, returns to the fully closed position and then stops.

4. Release the TILT UP switch when the glass panel stops at the fully closed position.


ALSO, Here's the clearance adjustment specs for having the glass panel in the correct resting position:

GLASS PANEL ADJUSTMENT

1. Fully close the glass panel.

2. Measure the gap and height difference between the glass panel and the body.

3. Loosen the glass panel installation screws and move the glass panel to adjust.

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Standard clearance a: 0.2-2.2 mm {0.008-0.08 in} b: 0 mm {0 in}
4. Tighten the screws.

5. Insert any available thin plastic card between the weatherstrip and the body, and verify that they are sealed. (There is resistance when the plastic card is moved.)

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• If they are not sealed, perform Steps 3-4 and adjust again.

MAP LIGHT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Insert a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver into the gap between the headliner and the map light.

3. Press the tab and remove the map light.

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4. Disconnect the map light connector.

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5. Remove the socket, then remove the map light bulb.

6. Install in the reverse order of removal.

SUNROOF UNIT DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY

1. Disassemble in the order indicated in the table.

2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.

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1 Screw A
2 Drip rail
3 Sunshade stopper
4 Screw B
5 Sunshade
6 Deflector
7 Screw C
8 Sunroof motor
9 Rear drip
10 Guide
11 Decoration link
12 Front drip
13 Tape protector
14 Short cord
15 Frame

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My sunroof is open 1 inch and will not close how can i close it manualy?


Remove the map light asm., you should see the sunroof motor with a place to attach an allen wrench (or hex head). Trun until sunroof closes.

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Remove rear interior view mirror



Ok, the rear view mirror is as follows. First you must remove the map lighting plastic around the area of the mirror.

1. Where the sunroof switch is, the surrounding plastic is like a door. Gently pull down that little door. It kinda looks like a V. It pulls down from the mirror side. Like I said it is hinged so don't pull to hard or it may break.

2. There are two little tabs inside that little cover. While gently pulling on the outside of the map light cover also will need to release those two tabs.

3. Once the cover is off, there are two locking tabs in the front of the black plastic part that holds the main lights. unlock these tabs, then undo the two 10mm head screws. This will drop that rest of that entire assembly.

4. The rear view mirror is then attached with a torx 40, need to undo this screw to removed the mirror from that assembly.

5. On the back of the mirror there is a cover, this covers the wires going into the mirror. Remove this cover.

6. There is a spring looking wire on the back that now needs to be removed. Once removed use a small screw driver and release the connector from the bottom of the mirror. The mirror now should be in your hand.

Note: These mirrors CAN NOT be replaced with used ones. They are programmed to the vehicle with the key fobs, for your vehicle. These mirrors are computers inside.

I hope this helps.

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http://www.genuineservice.com/genuineservice/en/default?page=genuineService

Go to this site and pick owner guide on left task bar,input your vehicle information,then get owner guide and download a copy of your owner's manual.

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