Re: Help! Can I repair my rear L.E.D light on Ford Focus Hatch
LED lights are generally soldered onto a board. It's inevitable that some of the lights will burn out before others. Your best bet is to replace the unit instead of trying to replace the individual lights. I'm sure the unit is sealed along the outer edge to keep moisture out, which would make replacing the lights all the more difficult. You could always install OE rear lights for an undoubtedly lower cost. I'm betting that the LED lights have some sort of resistor pack installed so the signal light doesn't flash fifty times per second. In that case if you go back to OE with incandescent bulbs, the resistor pack will have to be removed if it isn't already built into the light.
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