Question about 2005 Ford Escape
I retired after 40 years as a Ford Master Tech. My 2005 Escape has a low beam bulb out. I examined the headlamp assembly to determine the best way to go after the bulb. It appears it is easier to remove the entire light assembly then take the back cover off. Is this correct? I wish they would make the engineers work on the line for 5 years on every difficult repair. Maybe then we would see an easier way to fix any problems.
You need to remove the back cover of the headlight inside the engine bay. There you will see both low and high beam bulbs. The low beam is the one that is to the outside crner of the vehicle, give it half a turn ad pull it right out. You do not need to remove the whole light assembly. The driver side bulb will be a little bit difficult due to space but it can be done.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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