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How do you change the bulb in the rear license plate lamps on a 2001 Chevrolet Suburban?

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2005-10-17 02:35:27
2005-10-17 02:35:27

Gentely pop out small light from behind bumper. I believe it is a 194 bulb and it will pull straight out and just push the new one in.

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