In the trunk there are what looks like black wing nuts unscrew them and the pull back the carpet and there you will find the light sockets
open trunk, remove the 4 wing nuts, remove the casing from the outside. Bulbs are in there.
The wing nuts are in the trunk to release the tail lite assembly.
On a 2003 Ford Crown Victoria : The trunk lid release button is on the drivers door trim panel
Open trunk, there are 4 wing nuts hold in the light casing. Once wing nuts removed, whole casing comes off from the outside.
I believe you can get acess to the fasteners behind the carpet in the trunk.
It is on the left hinge of the trunk
In the trunk side panels.
No. The trunk is to small.
On a 2000 Ford Crown Victoria : The fuel pump inertia switch ( shut off switch ) is in the trunk , behind the trunk liner on the drivers side ( there is an access hole )
Open the trunk take the plastic srew behind taillight out and move the pice of trunk rug out of the way. You should be able to see the back of the bulbs just turn them to left and they will come right out. (you did not say what year)
Try looking in the trunk. Might find the sticker on the trunk arm inside.
On the left side of the trunk behind the trunk liner ( I assume there is an access hole )
It should be located on the inside of the trunk on one of the arms that supports the trunk.
If not there, try looking in the trunk. On the trunk arm.
With the trunk open, there are 4 wing nuts that hold the light casing in place. Remove them and pull the light casing out from the outside.
In the left side of the trunk , behind the trunk liner , there is an access hole
On a 2001 Ford Crown Victoria : The air suspension switch is in the trunk , on the drivers side ( there should be a label beside the switch )
They're very easily gotten to from inside the trunk. You just twist the back of the light assembly until it releases, twist the bulb out, put the new one in and put back into place.
Should be able to remove the nuts from the inside ( inside trunk ) to remove the lite housing.
In the trunk , left side , behind trunk liner ( I assume there is an access hole through the trunk liner )
most of the time if you pop the trunk and look at the latch on the trunk itself you will see a defeat switch to disengage the trunk from opening without a key
If you are talking about the fuel pump reset switch, they are usually in the trunk.
There are wing nits inside the trunk to remove the housing.
There's three slots on the sides of the trunk tensioner bar, you adjust the tension by moving the bar in the different notches.