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How do you remove the tail lights on a 1998 ford explorer to replace a blown brake light bulb

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If there are not screws from the outside, the release happens inside. Often you have to remove interior trim for access, usually the entire light gets removed...

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When light switch is off only 3rd brake light work, when switch is on the back lights are stuck on 3rd light works normal what could be the problem?


Are the brake lights stuck on or are you just seeing the parking lights on without the brake lights lighting up? Sounds like you have no rear brake lights, check your emergency light switch. Sometimes it may not switch completely, turn it on and off a few time and then recheck it.

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My 1998 ford explorer tail lights quit working. Its not the bulbs, I still have brake lights and turn signals. Any suggestions as to what might be wrong........Thanks


Check your fuses to see if one is bad, if so, change it and that should clear your problem. Hope this helps, James Booth

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1998 Ford Explorer has factory trailer wiring ... won't light the left turn signal light on trailer or left brake light ... bulbs are good, all lights work when vehicle lights are on except the left...


Use this as a guide and a 12 volt test light, or multimeter to see if power at proper terminal from truck. If power there, then connection at trailer plug, or wiring from there to tail lights on trailer is faulty.motor1258_22.jpg

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The tail lights work but the turn signal and brake light on the right don,t


blown bulbs,, :) replace the bulbs of it was a fuse you would have a lot more lights not working, was it a bad harness none of the lights on that harness would work so the problem is the bulbs, replace the bulbs.

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The tail lights work but the turn signal and brake lights do not on drivers side 2002 ford sportrac


Check your fuses for blown and busted fuses. If so, replace them with new ones of the proper amperage.

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How do I access a rear brake light bulb to replace it on a 1998 Ford explorer


you have to remove the taillamp assembly. there should be 2 screws(possibly torx heads)on the side when you open the hatch,remove those screws and pull the taillight out-the just unscrew the bulb

Feb 17, 2010 | 1998 Ford Explorer

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Brake lights don't come on..HELP!!


Have you checked your fuses?  Make sure none of them are blown.  It may be a brake light switch.  This part is usually pretty easily changed.  It's located under the dash down by your feet around the brake pedal. (Below is a picture of the part...)
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