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How do you test the high mount brake ballast on the 1996 Ford Explorer?

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SOURCE: repair 3rd or high mount brake light 1995 1996 1997 ford explorer

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SOURCE: how does one change high mount brake light on 1996

there are two pfillips screws above the tail light housing. this will expose the brake light bulb

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this light assemlby with a ballast in it probably only available from ford

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It is an old vehicle.
Go to the salvage yard and get what you need.
Return all the dealer parts

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SOURCE: no brake lights 1998 ford explorer,high mount

another thing you have to check is the line(wiring) and if it is properly grounded..

Posted on Oct 07, 2011

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