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How do you change the brake light bulb on a 1999 Isuzu Rodeo?

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2015-07-15 18:43:13
2015-07-15 18:43:13

The tail light assembly is held on by 3 screws and a friction peg. Two of the screws are in the black grill-looking part on the side of the tail light assembly. The third screw is recessed between the bottom of the assembly and the top of the bumper. A screwdriver with a long shaft will be needed for that bottom screw. Once the screws are out, pry the assembly from the top. There is a friction peg at the top that must be "popped out", and then the entire assembly will be come out enough for you to get to the bulbs. To replace the tail light assembly, align the friction peg at the top, push it into place, and then align the screwholes. Replace the screws and you're done.

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