How Do You Replace A Headlight Bulb In A Ford Explorer?

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Since the early 90s, the Ford Explorer has been one of the most popular SUV's on the road. It's important to check the headlights on your Ford Explorer often to make sure they're working. When one burns out, some simple steps is all it takes to replace it without a costly trip to the dealership. These instructions apply to vehicles made after 2002. Step 1 Turn off your Ford Explorer and remove the keys from the ignition. Engage the parking brake before attempting any repairs. Double-check that the headlight control switch is off. Step 2 Open the hood by locating the interior release handle located at the bottom left under the instrument panel. Pull the lever up and towards the rear of the vehicle. Walk to the front of the vehicle and release the secondary hood latch located at the front center of the hood. Raise the hood. Step 3 Locate the two retaining pins at the back of the headlight assembly and pry them up until you can remove them. You should be able to do this with your hands, ... more
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