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How do you get to the lamp module from the rear of the assembly in order to change out the lamp?


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2006-09-02 18:09:17
2006-09-02 18:09:17

On the Mazda B3000 1994 there are four screws. Two Phillips screws on the outside glass and two Phillips inside on the panel. Loosen these four screws and the entire assembly will come out.


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