I know this is years old, but it may spark someone's memory.
I have a '12 Raptor with flush "puck" style ceiling lights. They have a two pin tiny bulb. One was out when we bought the rig and the guy during the PDI swapped a new bulb into the base for us. There were several extras in a drawer in the kitchen.
So when the wife asked me to take the covers off to clean out the bugs etc and she wanted to wash them, I tried to spin them like we did for the new bulb replacement.
When I did it the whole light was spinning in the ceiling. So while at Camping World yesterday, the parts guy showed me what I probably have and why it may be spinning.
Here's what I saw yesterday.
Sorry for the large picture, but had to hack it off the Internet and it's too large.
So what I "think" I have are these. They held in with the spring loaded side levers. I feel that I'm spinning the entire fixture.
If this is the case, they said that I can just pull down on the side of the lens and it should come down and out of the ceiling.
Anyone have any person experience with what Keystone uses in the '12 era?