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2011-09-12 14:52:50
2011-09-12 14:52:50

open tailgate, remove 2 Phillips screws, look inside, at the back of the light at midway position you will see a black plastic moulded type nut, unscrew by hand and pull light unit out, remove cable by pressing side of connector, pull back 6 clips [gently] on back of unit and remove light cluster from unit, replace bulb, and replace in reverse order.

The later Fiestas have a cheaper fitting for the rear light clusters - two Torx-head screws on the tailgate side, and two plastic lugs on the outside. Remove the two Torx screws, then grip the light cluster firmly and give a straight tug to pull out the plastic lugs. Use T25 Torx bit - nearly all the small screws on Fords are T25.

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