Jeremy Luman: Love that accent! Reminds me of my New Hampshire brother
Colby Kelly: Thanks man!!!
Trying to find this via Google search lead to many dead ends.
But not here. No sireeee, this is fantastic!
revenant3138: short, sweet, to the point. the way help videos should be.
1soultaker1: bless you
Pam Cervantes: Thank you! I just changed the bulbs in my tail light!
dawn sara Sorge: thank you so much..the instructions were perfect
proverbs 8: Thanks man.
RealTalk Tido: So helpful thank you for that
getredytagetredy: You are one cool dude--thank you...
jpepe7: Thank you
caddman68: made easy thanks for video
Jon Turbett: thank you so much! I wasn't sure how the bottom of the assembly was attached and didn't want to yank to hard on it in case there was a bolt I couldn't see!
Jack P: is this the same for the 1991-94 model explorer?
401Sparky: 3157 BULB
richpin06a: Thank you my friend.
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Sandra Maldonado: Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!! I was trying to help out my neighbor and this made the job suuper easy!! Happy Holidays!
Guy Nohs: tell the person that works at a auto store what car you have
richpin06a: The old bulb will have a number on it which will tell you what it is.
Kristin Radi: How do you know what type of bulb to get?
sexyfunnfit8: Thank you for showing this. It helped to know to use a thing to pop off from the bottom and not to be afraid of the popping sound. This was less than a 5 min. job for me on my old Explorer. And, my dad also needed his Escort taillight changed out, too. I got to do this in 5 min., too. It used the same bulb as my car, so that was awesome! Thanks for the tutorial!
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