For a year 2000 UK Polo:
You don't need to unscrew anything. If you look in the boot at the back of the rear light cluster (you may need to pull back a bit of the carpet that covers the back of the light cluster) you will see there there is a grey/black bulb holder. This holds all the bulbs for the real light cluster. It has has one or two clips with wires (depending on which side of the car you are looking at) connected to it. Unclip these. There are also two clips on the left and right hand side of the bulb holder (which hold it in place to the back of the light cluster) Unclip these, you should now be able to remove the bulb holder and replace the bulbs. For an 52-reg Polo: I just did it on my car. It sounds like you have a similar housing to mine - unscrew the plastic-covered screw top from inside the carboot. Then pull out the whole light housing -its held on by two snap-fits on the outer edge. Remove inner housing to reveal bulbs. Replace bulbs. Good luck. HW
There should be a few screws around the housing of the brake light/indicator housing then it is as simple as taking the bulb out and replacing it with the appropriate one.
Remove the tail light housing and replace the bulbs.
To replace the brake light first you need to remove the lens housing from the car. Next pull the entire bulb assembly, or housing, out of its hole. Remove the bad bulb, replace with the good bulb and place lens housing back into position. Secure the housing with the screws.
To replace the brake light on a 2000 Pontiac Montana open the trunk to reveal the housing units. Find the lights and pull the bulbs out. Replace the units.
If you're asking about the ones at the corner, the whole housing comes out to get to the bulbs. Just pull back the carpet lining, and you should see a few nuts that hold the housing in place. If you're referring to the high mounted brake light in the rear window, that should be accessible from the trunk.
How to replace a 97-02 Escort brake bulb. 1. Open the trunk. 2. Take the screws loose from the inside edge of the brake light housing. 3. There is a pin on the outside of the brake light housing that holds the housing onto the side of the car. Carefully pry the side of the housing away from the car, then pull the assembly off the back of the car. 4. Pull the bulb socket out of the housing and replace the bulb. 5. When putting the housing back on the car fit the pin in place first, then the 2 screws.
The brake lights are located in the trunk of a 1997 Acura Integra. To replace them open the trunk and find the plastic housing. Remove and replace the bulbs.
replacement of brake light bulb-- open trunk, look on inside of back of tail,brake light housing, there are retaining plastic screw on nuts, maybe covered by trunk lining of fabric. remove retaining nuts and push housing out, have someone to press brakes if not sure of which bulb to replace. locate and twist bulb housing out.
If they are frozen, you should replace them.
On a 1989 Acura Integra hatch back the brake lights are reached through the hatch itself. The brake lights housing are on the rear of the vehicle. Unplug the bulbs and replace them.
To replace the brake light on a 2001 Dodge Durango the light lens must be removed. It is held on by a clip on one side and a hinge on another. It opens like a door to access the brake light housing.
Just turn the housing the bulb is in and pull it out. Remove and replace the bulb the same way. For the rear lights, you have to push on a tab to release the housing the bulbs are in.
The lamp in the top brake light of a Toyota Highlander can be replaced by the locating the light housing from the trunk. Find the light cover and remove it to access the lights. Replace the bulbs.
When they are worn down or damaged.
Unscrew the housing from the sheet metal and remove the bulb socket from the back of the lens housing. Replace the bulb and re-attach.
you have to take the brake light out of the housing and then twist the amber bulb out
01 Yukon 3rd brake light removal......changing the third brake light on a 2001 Yukon is a relatively easy task. First open the rear liftgate (not just the glass). This will expose the two screws that secure the housing of the lamp to the body (it also exposes the connector plug which, obviously, you should unplug). After removing the two screws, separate the rubber housing from the LED lamp itself....and there you have it!...because the third brake light is a sealed lamp the entire brake light must be changed. you can�t just replace the bulbs. ...
Should be on the upper end of brake pedal
To replace the rear corner lights on a 1998 Acura CL open the trunk. Find the brake light housing and disconnect the bulb. Install the new bulb.
To thoroughly replace and repair brakes, one must replace the brake light wiring, brake pads, and brake calipers. Furthermore, one should reline the brakes.
Remove the wing nuts from inside the trunk. Just pull the housing out after.
Should be attached to the brake pedal.....
You will wear out your and brake, and make the engine work harder.ANS 2 You will overheat the brake and strain the engine. If you didn't smell brake overheating, you may be OK. However you should re-adjust this brake as it should have prevented the car from moving.
Open the trunk, directly below the center brake light is the electrical plug and wire for the light. Depress the small tab on the plug that connects to the bulb in the center brake light. Pull the plug out of the connector. Next, release each of the two tabs on each side of the plug. Enter the back seat of the car and remove the brake light housing. Unscrew the bulb holder from the housing by turning it 1/4 turn counter-clockwise. Replace the bulb, replace the bulb holder, replace the housing (back hooks first then snap into place. Replace the plug into the connector. Test. Rejoice (optional). MPC 12/17/2007
Someone can replace brake lights by unscrew the tail light housing, pull it out. Then unscrew the pulp holder and take out the old pulp. Then put in the new pulp, then screw back all other unscrewed parts.