How to Repair the Backup Light on a 1966 Mustang?

Answer The 1966 Mustang was equipped with two backup lights mounted within the rear valance panel. Because the lights are located so close to the ground, they are prone to damage. Most commonly, the lens ... Read More »

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1966 Ford Mustang Panel Repair?

A early Ford Mustang now is over 40 years old, and unlike today's cars, the body was not dip-treated to prevent rust and corrosion. Most unrestored Mustangs are going to have rust in several areas,... Read More »

How to Disassemble a Backup Light in a Mustang?

Whereas modern Mustangs feature a one-piece taillight assembly with an integral white backup lens, classic Mustangs were instead equipped with two individual backup lights assemblies, each essentia... Read More »

How to Install a Backup Light on a 1967 Mustang?

In 1967, backup lights were still a relatively new safety feature on automobiles. The 1967 Mustang did feature backup lights, but unlike those on modern cars, the backup lights and the taillights w... Read More »

How to Repair the Backup Light in a Chevy Pickup?

Chevy pickup trucks are fitted white backup lights that illuminate when the truck is put into reverse gear, alerting other motorists that the vehicle is backing up. The backup lights can burn out a... Read More »