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Old 07-27-2015, 04:02 PM
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I must be the biggest idiot known to man I can't get the friggin headlamp bezel off!! I don't want to break it but I feel like I'm to that point I'll just replace it if I have too... I have the headlamp **** off but all I'm doing now is marking up my dash... Any help is much appreciated
Mine was just held in with clips and popped out with a flathead screw driver. In mine there is a square slot in the bottom center of the bezel for the screwdriver Once it comes out a little bit you disconnect the wires.

I've read in the comments and other threads of the forum that different year models are slightly different though. Mine is a 2000 F150 Lariat 4x4.

Hope this helps. Good Luck
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Old 07-29-2015, 07:29 PM
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thanks warrior... I finally mustered up the courage to just go ahead and get it out no matter what. Here is what I found out about my 1999 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer AWD 5.4L with auto leveling suspension...
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This is how the panel switch looks put together off the dash.


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Remove the **** by depressing the tab through the bottom end of the ****


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I broke the top panel off and this is how it looks underneath. Mind you mine has auto lamps.


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Here where my finger is there is a lever.


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Moving the lever right disengages the clip holding it in place but be careful it is spring loaded!


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The lady I bought my expedition from said it had 198k on the clock but after fixing it she was a little off... 😜
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Although, I'd be very surprised if I found an engine inside one of those *****..
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Old 08-02-2015, 12:41 PM
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Although, I'd be very surprised if I found an engine inside one of those *****..
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