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Running board light bulb replacement in 1998 Ford

Running board light bulb replacement in 1998 Ford Expedition

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On the bottom of the running board there is a flap with a phillips head screw in it that covers the bulb socket. just remove the screw and turn the buld socket to remove bulb and replace with the new bulb

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My passenger side running board lights work but


You've just got a bad ground. ALWAYS check the ground first.

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Replaced alternator in 1998 ford expedition battery light stays on, not charging as before replacement, battery is one week old replaced alternator today.


Did you get the wires all back in place? What voltage do you have at the output of the alternator? Measure the voltage with the engine running and not running.

Jul 20, 2011 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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My tail light does not work on my right side and I cahanged the bulb in it and now just the blinker and the brake light works do hav a solution for my problem. Its in a 1998 ford expedition.


if you know how to use a multimeter check the connector to see if there is current going to the bulb first. and then you can check the other connectors as well to see the amount of current is not being put more of in other bulbs.

May 31, 2011 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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II have a 1998 Ford Expedition and the tag lights are INOP. I have replaced the bulbs but they still aren't working.


please check the relay & fuse box area under your hood on the drivers side of your vehicle. on some models, there could also be a fuse box located under your instrument panel on the drivers side. hope that this information has been helpful to you.

Mar 09, 2011 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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Wich fuse is the one for the tag lights in a 1998 ford expedition


The tag lights run off the same circuit as the tail lights, if you have tail lights, and the only light out is the tag light, it's the bulb.
If no tail lights also, check the fuse for the tail lights.

May 08, 2010 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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Dome and running board lights will not go off.


the relay for your dome and running lights will need to be replaced

Feb 20, 2010 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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Accessing the rear hatch brake light on a 1999 Ford Expedition


There should be 2 screws holding the lenses on for the hatch light, remove those and cover comes off. The plate lights, access them under the rear bumper, they twist and pull out, then just pull the bulb out the connector. The running board light, under board, which will take the light assembly out, or a small flat head screwdriver, pop the lens off the top of board.

Dec 27, 2009 | 1999 Ford Expedition

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Running board lights stop working


there is a main wire that runs down the drivers side under truck runns towards runnin board this set of wires one positive and one negetive per light check the wires going to each light take the light apart and also check bulbs.repair any bad connections .

Jul 08, 2008 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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