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I can not get the tail light off to change the bulb on a ford focus

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Pull the trim back on the inside of the boot area immediately behind the lamp ( actually just below the lamp level) you will find a knurled plastic nut or knob, undo this (anti clockwise ) then pull the lamp back towards you, ( its held in by 2 ball and sockets ) this allows you to remove bulb holder from the lamp.

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