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How do i replace the front driver side headlight bulb and the rear passenger taillight bulb

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Turn wheels to gain access to the headlamp door access cover in the wheelhouse liner.
Remove the headlamp door access cover fastener.
Remove the headlamp door access cover from the vehicle.

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How do i fit a side front off side bulb in my 2002 ford escort van diesel 55


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  1. Make sure the the headlight switch is in the off position.
  2. Open the bonnet to the Escort.
  3. Locate the back side of the headlight assembly to the headlight that needs to be changed (driver's side or passenger side) from inside the front the engine compartment.
  4. Unplug the wires from the back of the bulb.
  5. Turn the back of the bulb housing counterclockwise one-third of a turn until the bulb and wire harness are released from the headlight assembly.
  6. Unplug the wire harness from the bulb socket.
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yes take each problem one at a time, the passenger window is probably the switch on the passenger door, drivers side rear window sounds like motor or connection problem, your headlight is probably a bad ground for that light power locks a fuse or relay, radio, ck antenna leads

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The bulbs are most likely burnt out. Right Front will be difficult to replace. Rear bulb is easy. You need to open trunk and find 4 nuts that hold the light in and remove them and the taillight will come out rearward. Locate the bad bulb your owners manual will tell you the number. It also will be on the bulb. The front I replaced when one of my headlights went out and I had to take apart the front of the car and I replaced ALL the bulbs and put it back together.

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Your issue sounds like a fault, most likely in the rear lights. Current is feeding from the brake light circuit, into the running light circuit. The most common causes are a bulb filament broken and touching the running light circuit, and loss of ground.
observe the rear lights closely and you should get a clue as to which light is failing....but if not, just pick one....
I would run a temporary ground and test again, if no results, pull the brake light bulbs...
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I have a 1991 GMC Sonoma and the passenger side taillight was busted for about 6 months and in this time it filled with water everytime it rained. I have since got new taillights and new bulbs and now as...


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No, you just might have to take out the battery. I was able to do it without taking the battery out, but only because I was being stubborn. There is one thing I definitely have to say is that you should change both headlights at the same time. My driver side headlight was the first one to go and I didn't listen and just changed that one, days later my passenger side one went out!

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This is a good idea because in Europe, the police understand that a rear fog is only on one side. In the US, our police don't always know that, and you may get pulled over if you have that on - they may think you have a blown taillight bulb. Do the dual fog mod as described above - it'll save you the hassle and it looks better too.

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