BlueRing Octo: American car - China bulb - what a combo.
brothamaberry: Just wanted I was looking for. Thanks bro!
gcord21: Thanks for making the video.
Dan Tate: Here is something I do as well. After replacing both bulbs, I hold on to the bulb that was still working and keep it in the glove box or my trunk tool kit. This way if I'm out, away from auto shops or something like that and my bulb dies, I've got a temporary replacement with me. In fact one time I got pulled over by an officer for a fix it ticket, I asked if he'd wait for me and I'd fix it right there, and he just got rid of it for me.
Karen Mann: Thank you very much!!!!!! I'm going to go try it right now!!!!
Darren Dickey: Excellent video. Thanks for the help.
VAh0ney1: Thank you for this!!! Can you show me how to change the 3rd light in the window?
R3K0N1: thx man didn't know how to do this I knew that was how you do it but I wasn't 100 % sure thx man
Shawn Gulledge: thanks
Rose Anne Saltz: Great video -- thanks so much!
Susan Edmonson: PERFECTLY EXPLAINED!! THANKS SO MUCH!!
Charles Williams: Thank man!! Worked on my 04 expedition Eddie Bauer
bladerunner925: love it. going to fix mine now!!
jetsoverboston: Thank you! Beats paying 50 bucks the dealership.. Also works on a 05 Eddie Bauer expedition!
Kirk Keilholtz: Awesome! Works on a 2006 Eddie Bauer also
cebosound1: thanks for the video. just what i needed.
BK Tysinger: Thanks for the info.
TheyMightBeRacing: No idea. I didn't put it in there. I am not the original owner of this car. The bulb I replaced it with was clear.
TheyMightBeRacing: I like to disconnect the bulb housings because it's an opportunity to look for corrosion. Blame it on working on old british cars too often. Never pass up an opportunity to check the lights, wiring and housings.
Jonathan Neal: Also why did you have a amber bulb in the rear?
2002 Ford Explorer Rear Turn Signal / Brake Light Repair5
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