How to Replace the Turn Brakelight Bulb on 2005 Ford Explorer?

Answer 2005 Ford Explorers are equipped with dual purpose taillight bulbs. These bulbs have two filaments, which allow the bulb to react to two different inputs. As such, one bulb can serve the role of tw... Read More »

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How to Replace a Brake Light Bulb on a 2005 Ford Explorer?

The 2005 Ford Explorer uses a three part brake light system, as mandated by U.S. law since 1986. The two lower brake lights are part of the tail light assemblies, which also include parking lamps, ... Read More »

How To Replace a Brake Signal Bulb on a 2005 Ford Explorer?

The taillight assembly in the 2005 Ford Explorer consists of three light bulbs in the assembly: the turn signal bulb, the reverse light and the bulb that controls both the brake lights and the run... Read More »

How to Replace a Turn Signal Bulb in a 2005 Ford Lariat Pickup?

Ford's F-150 featured a redesigned grille for the 2005 model-year, which changed the front light setup. The turn signal bulbs are mounted inside the headlight assembly. Accessing and replacing them... Read More »

How to Change the Front Turn Signal Bulb in a 2008 Ford Explorer?

The 2008 Ford Explorer is equipped with two headlight units. The headlight units consist of three bulbs, one for the headlight, the turn signal and the marker light. When the turn signal burns out,... Read More »