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How do you change a tail light for Jeep Liberty?

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1) You will need to open the rear swing door. 2) On the inside jam there are two torx headed screws (T-15's if I remember correctly). 3) Unscrew the two torx screws. 4) The light is now held by two mounting tabs (small spherical headed plastic sets that go through a rubber grommet). 5) You will need to pry the light casing off (easy pressure with a good size flat head screw driver will do the trick). 6) The lilght bulbs are twist mount settings inside the light casing. 7) Twist out the mount setting, change the bulbs, and reset the light mountings. 9) To put the light casing push the light casing back on and put in the screws.

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