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How do you change the middle brake light on a 1997 mercury mountaineer?

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2018-04-27 15:50:27
2018-04-27 15:50:27
If it's the same as mine, it's a led light and you have 2 replace the power converter, there's no bulb. $250. I rigged mine up 2 use a 12 volt lamp.
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