Question about 1995 Ford Explorer
Pop the hatch and you can pull the trim piece off the back of the light assembly
Then remove the bolts to release the ballast assembly.
Then you can remove the nuts that secure the light assembly.
For the explorer, there were two parts for the brake light assembly. A fluorescent light element, and a ballast and no actual bulbs to replace.
I believe the ballast is the cheaper of the two parts and sells for around $90 from the dealership
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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