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94 f150 door locks/parking lights


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northern 
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Trying to find the door locks, i understand there reversal. I found them in the boot, but I tried to follow where they go with no luck.

The parking light I know is at the switch, I can't pop the head light switch off, i tried to pry it a little, then i tried to take the shroud off, but the shroud is being held on by something else, seems like it will break.

Any tips on the door locks would be good.

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you might find the lock wires in the pass kick....
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Went through the door boot for the locks.
Now my only problem is the parking lights... I tried to pull the dash off, but the button on the end of the head light switch won't allow access to the back of the switch
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You'll have to reach up on the backside of the dash, at the headlight switch, there is a pin you have to press, to release the headlight knob.
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it's not a pin, it's the clip that's in the knob.  It grips the rod.  Find the notch at the back of the knob.  Use a hook tool to pull on the clip.

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