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  • The access panel for all of these lights is on the inside of the trunk. There's one on each side. This guide will cover one side; simply repeat on the other to complete the job.

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  • The panel is secured with two thumb screws. Remove these.

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  • Pull the panel out and away from the back of the car, being careful not to force the bulbs out of the holes.

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Image 1/1: Brake light
  • There are five bulbs in each tail light housing. They are as follows:

    • Brake light

    • Reverse light

    • Tail light

    • Turn signal

    • Side marker

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  • To remove any of the bulbs simply turn them counter clockwise approximately a half turn and then pull them out of their socket.

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Image 1/3: One is a #96 Image 2/3: One is a small 4W blub Image 3/3: One is a small 4W blub
  • Three of the bulbs are #1156

  • One is a #96

  • One is a small 4W blub

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Image 1/1: Then install the new bulb, reassemble the device, and finally, be sure to test that all of your rear lights are working before going for a drive.
  • Before installing the new bulb consider cleaning the socket with a soft metal wire brush such as the brass brush shown to help remove any corrosion.

  • Then install the new bulb, reassemble the device, and finally, be sure to test that all of your rear lights are working before going for a drive.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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