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Easiest route to change a front turn signal bulb in a 1998 ford taurus se ?

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Get needle nosed pliers & go under the hood thru the hole right above the blinker.

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All signals and other flashers work but passenger front flashers do not work


Use a test light, test for power and ground at the bulb contacts. Then test for power and ground at the wires. Probably needs a new socket, common problem.

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unbolt the headlight (4 bolts on top, one of then is a tightening bolt, a long skinny bolt, try loosening that one, you can tell which one it is 'cuz there is no bracket on it.). Remove it then go in from the side you should be able to just reach the bulb socket, I think it twists out,you should be able to twist it with your fingers.

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The brake lights for 1990 Ford Taurus won't work, but the 3rd brake light does.


It could be the turn signal switch. I think that car uses the same bulb for the rear turn signals as they do for the brake lights. If that's the case the power for the brake lights is routed through the turn signal switch. The nice thing about that car is the switch is easy to change. Take the shroud loose around the steering column and the switch is held on with two screws.

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replace multifuntion switch (turn signal switch)

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How do you take the headlight out of 1998 ford taurus se?


Use a screw driver to release the plug retainer on top. Remove plug. Turn collar 1/8th turn to remove. Wiggle bulb and pull back. Do not touch the glass of the new bulb. The oil on your skin is enough to shorten the life of the bulb.

Push new bulb into place being sure the retainer is on top. Reinstall collar and plug wire.

You may need to remove the battery to get enough room for your hand on the driver side and the two hoses on the passenger side.

I just did it and it is relatively easy.

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well you may need to replace the bulb again. you never know how long a bulb is going to last.

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1998 ford taurus left turn signal blinking fast


Replace the bulb that stays on and doesn't blink, if that doesn't solve the problem, let me know.

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