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How do I remove the tail light assy

How do I remove tail light assy

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Go in the cargo area pop off the plastic trim or door and there will be 4-6 10mm nuts that retain light onto the body unplug the electrical connector and pull the light out it may be slightly glued into place by a black weather sealing glue please rate -jeff

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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Thewre is a tab on the plug you have to push/squeeze. some times you have to push the plug in towards the unit to get the tab to release.
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sYOu do not mention which model Mercury you have, but it is common that the tail light pod has to be removed on many Fords to replace a bulb-done by unscrewing caps that are mounted on studs that pass through the rear header panel.

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SOURCE: how do i remove tail light assy. from 2003

1 open tailgate-
2 on the inside edge of the fender there are two screws- remove them
3 pull straight back on light assembly- it will pop out of hold clips
4 replace burned out bulb =twist bulb holder to remove from assembly
5 reverse order to install

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