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Old 09-06-2011, 12:29   #16
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Re: Changing a bulb on a ford focus cmax

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How do I change a bulb in the rear cluster on a Ford Focus Cmax 2004 1.8 Zetec?

It's easy.....

Take a small hammer and hit the lense until it breaks into pieces and then simply reach in and replace the bulb
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Re: Changing a bulb on a ford focus cmax

..... or ask someone who isn't into creating mayhem with a hammer.

The CMAX Owners Club may be able to help if none of our members have a less destructive idea,
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Re: Changing a bulb on a ford focus cmax

I had to replace a rear high intensity bulb in a Corsa 51 plate and I had to remove the rear bumper to change it.
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Re: Changing a bulb on a ford focus cmax

If it's like the regular focus it's annoying but not hard.
Open the tailgate, look at the side of the light cluster for a screw, usually a Torx T20. Remove it.
Feel around just below where the parcel shelf goes, there's a plastic thumbscrew, remove it
carefully pull the light cluster off the vehicle and change the bulb
refitting is a reverse of the above.
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Re: Changing a bulb on a ford focus cmax

still think the hammer options the best........
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