Question about 2004 Ford Fusion
Assuming all fuses are OK.
Check the filaments (look for a broken filament wire) in the old bulb to make sure it's a bulb problem. If the old bulb is truely defective, check the new bulb to make sure it does not have a broken filament. If the bulb looks OK, take a look at the socket to make sure that it is not rusty or corroded. If the socket contacts are not clean, take a small piece of fine sandpaper and clean both the center contact and the inside of the socket.
If you have tried these things, and the light still does not come on, you'll have to do a continuity trace of the wiring to fine where the power to the bulb is being interrupted.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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