The interior center brake light in my new 2010 Taurus keeps falling down (glue pad cannot hold weight of unit in high heat conditions). Dealer has faild to make successful repairs in two tries. How do I fix the unit or remove it without affecting my warranty?
Center brake light problems on 2010 Ford Taurus
by Visitor in Memphis, TN on July 12, 2010
ANSWER by Dave_sab. on July 12, 2010
As long as you have a factory warranty don't touch it. You don't want to take the chance of voiding the warranty. I would suggest taking it to a different fors dealer to repair. If the problem still isn't resolved contact Ford
ANSWER by joesedate1 on December 07, 2014
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