changing bulbs on 2007 ranger

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Asked by Apr 04, 2008 at 11:56 PM about the 2007 Ford Ranger XL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i can get to the plug, but there isnt enough room to just pull the bulb out. do i need to take the whole headlight assembly out?

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there should be an access panel on top of the light/rad support. under that will be the light wiring and a "lock ring" rotate it and pull out the lights. You might also have a removeable assembly (my malibu (02), around the assembly there are a bunch of screws, remove the assembly screws, but dont touch the adjustment screws. If you get a haynes manual, ti will have instructions and a few pics. Best of luck

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How do I adjust the outside mirrors of my 2007 ford ranger sport 4×2

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For the light bulb replacement on the ranger, you might have to remove or loosen something like the battery or air filter, but it shouldn't be too hard without removing anything. As far as adjusting mirrors, Carol, if they're the power mirror look-alikes, use your thumbs on the mirror and hands around the rest of the mirror and move your thumbs to adjust the mirror... they may be stiff, and of course don't force them, but they should move fairly easily with some pressure...

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