Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
There is usually a panel in front of the taillight assembly, this will need to be removed by loosening the securement tabs or screws. They sometimes will just pull off by plastic rivets that have a push prong in the middle to release or by just prying or pulling. This should give you access to the light assembly. Then the bulb will have a twist lock to secure it, turn counterclockwise to release and your bulb socket should come out with the burnt out lamp. Replace with the same size and type and reverse the procedure to install.
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Open the rear tailgate There are 2 screws that hold light housing in place.. Remove the screws then pull the housing outwards till the clip behind it springs. You then need to knock the housing sideways (outwards) to free the 2 prongs that attach housing to the car body.
Unclip the rear housing from the back of the light unit & change the bulb.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
open rear hatch and look strait down on inside boot well. the plastic trim has access holes that pop out on either side just behind the lights. pop out the access cover on the side with burnt bulb, then reach inside that hole and you will fins a large plastic "wingnut", unscrew it<careful not to drop it or you'll have to take the whole boot apart to retrieve it> after removing wingnut carefully pop out lens from outside , replace bulb and reinstall after testing
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
SOURCE: ford fiesta power loss
You need to check for codes to begin with. If no codes then we can start guessing. A code is pretty strait forward. Without a code, hands on will be the only way to diagnose this issue.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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