Question about 2008 Ford Escape
Indeed, remove the taillight with a phillips screw driver, twist the bulb holder from its socket and remove the bulb, the installation is opposite removal.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
The fuse box should be located on the driver side under the dash - it will either be on the firewall just left of the brakepedal (or clutch, if manual) - or in the glove compartment. It is best to replace all bulbs, fuses, and relays. If the problem persists, I suggest inquiring with the dealership of purchase. You may have a broken wire somewhere if the problem still exists after replacing fuses, relays and bulbs - or the switch on the dash, steering column may be bad, and need replaced. This is a fairly new vehicle so I doubt that is the problem - so replace the bulbs first, as well as the fuses, and relays.
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Posted on May 26, 2011
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