The third brake light cover just has two screws that have to be removed. Then you can pull the unit out and turn the light socket to remove it from the cover. Pull the bulb straight out of the holder and replace. On the side lights you have to open the tail gate and remove the screws on the inside of the doorjam. After that the lens pulls straight out(like your light is backing away from your van.)There are three pins in rubber sockets that hold the lens in place and prevents raddles. The pins just pop in and out but can fight you a little, just be careful to not break the pins off. Once the cover is off, twist off the desired socket and pull the bulb out, replace the bulb and reinstall the cover. Hope this helps. -JB
Just unscrew it.
The instrument cluster must be removed to replace the light bulbs on it.
You have to remove the instrument cluster to get access to the bulbs.
You need to remove the instrument cluster.
Just unscrew the rear brake light, turn out the socket, and replace the bulb.
This is usually cause by a stuck brake light switch on the brake pedal. Replace it.
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To change the rear brake light on a Mercury Villager, the tail gate must first be lifted. This allows access to the lens, which must be removed with a screwdriver. Then, the bulb may be replaced.
With an OBD2 scanner.
Usually on the dash to the right of the steering wheel.
On the brake pedal assembly.
How do I replace the fog lights in my 03 mercury mountaineer
have vehicle scanned to determine problem
This indicates a no-charge situation. Most likely the alternator is bad.
The easiest way is to unhook the battery for a minute.
The bulbs screw in from the rear. There are screws holding the light assy on and youhave to take them out to take the light off.
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
The indicator was not or cant be reset.
Brake light switch needs adjusting or replacing. It is too sensitive.
Either have the problem that is causing the light to illuminate fixed or disconnect and reconnect your battery.
There is no separate switch for it. Pushing the light switch will defeat the dome and courtesy lamps.
If the o2 sensor is bad, replace it. If the sensors are activating the check engine light, then the codes should be checked. The catalytic converter could be blocked or the engine may not be running properly.
Inside the engine compartment by the passenger strut tower