Question about 2006 Mercury Mountaineer
This should be a simple fix ...look under the bumper and see if you can remove the socket.It should twist right out.You may have to remove a protective cover under the vehicle to access the fog lamp assembly. After you twist the socket out you can replace the bulb...see link for all bulbs for your vehicle. According to the list the bulb is a 9145...http://www.sylvania.com/ConsumerProducts/AutomotiveLighting/LampReplacementGuide/AutoLRG-Results.htm
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Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How do I replace the
LOOK IN THE OWNERS MANUAL IN THE GLOVE COMPARTMENT,LOOK IN THE BACK INDEX OF MANUAL, LOOK UP BULB REPLACEMENT.IT WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO REPLACE FOG LIGHT BULB.USE LATEX WHEN CHANGING FOG LIGHT BULBS, BECAUSE LIGHT BULBS IS HALOGEN IF TOUCH WITH FINGERS OR HANDS, OILS FROM HANDS WILL CAUSE HALOGEN OVERHEAT AND BLOW OUT.
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
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