Where is fuse for license plate light on a 2004 ford free star?
Lol, i own a 2004 Freestar and had a similar issue. Come to find out it was not the fuse, but like every other plastic piece on these vans the little license plate lights are held on by little flimsy plastic gromets that deteriated and made the little lights fall into the metal rear hatch. Had to open the hatch and take off the plastic panel to reach them, then had to use rubber bands to hold them back in place on the hatch. Took me about and hour.
What if the tail light of your 2002 Ford Focus will not come on but will light up when you press the brake pedal what is the problem and is it an easy fix?
I have a ford focus 2001 hatchback and the problem seem to be a short circuit caused by the license plate lights. The fuse is burning when I'm turning the taillights on but if I take the license plate light fixtures out of the body of the car then the taillights are working. I'll try putting electrical tape around the metal parts of the license plate light and see if it's still burn the fuse…
there are 2 license plate bulbs-look up above license plate,see 2 lens covers.remove with Philips screwdriver and pull bulbs out of sockets.i just did it t'nite but the lites still don't work.may be short or broken wire-perhaps where wires go thru liftgate opening...haven't checked yet. look for simple solution...bulbs 1st!
Replacing license plate lamp bulbs The license plate bulbs are located behind the rear bumper. To change the license plate lamp bulbs: 1. Reach behind the rear bumper to locate the bulb. 2. Twist the bulb socket counterclockwise and carefully pull to remove it from the lamp assembly. 3. Pull out the old bulb from the socket and push in the new bulb. 4. Install the bulb socket in lamp assembly by turning it clockwise.
1. Open the trunk and reach behind/above the license plate to find the backside of the two licence plate lights. 2. Turn them each about an 1/8 of a turn to remove the light and an associated plastic housing. Remove the lights from the plastic housings (this was difficult ... apparently they get stuck with age). Replace the old lights with new ones purchased at an auto parts store. 3. Put the plastic housings with…
If you reach up behind the rear bumper, there are 2 lampholders for lighting the rear license plate. If I remember correctly, just turn the lamp- holder counterclockwise to release it, remove the bulb ( #194 on my 1995) insert a new bulb, then reinstall the lampholder by turning it clockwise. I just laid on some cardboard underneath the Explorer so that I was able to see what I was doing.