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You must remove the entire light assembly as follows: Lower the tail gate and remove the two small screws that screw into the side of the assembly. Next remove the two screws on the outside of the assembly that are accessible through long holes on the outside of the assembly. Pull the assembly back to expose the rear where the lights are located.
The way that you change a high mount brake light on a 2007 Taurus is by first prying the light assembly from the housing. You then push rearward to remove it from the retaining clips. Next, life the light assembly from the shelf and disconnect the assembly wiring. Replace the light assembly and reverse directions to put the light housing back where it goes.
To change the lightbulb on a 2000 Odyssey: 1) Open hatch 2) There are two tabs on the brake light assembly inside of the hatch that you will need to open. 3) Remove two screws 4) Remove brake light assembly by pushing entire assembly towards back of vehicle. This is hard to do. Do not bend out to sides (this will break assembly) 5) Remove old bulb by turning counter clocwise. 6) Pull bulb straight out. 7) Reverse process to install.
Brake LightInside the trunk, remove rubber gasket from the plastic latch cover. Pull off the latch cover and then pull off carpet lining from the trunk walls. There will be 4 nuts holding the brake light assembly in place, unscrew only the four exposed ones! Neglect the ones inside the holes in the trunk wall, those have nothing to do w/ the brake light assembly. Slowly remove the assembly and twist the defected bulb housing counter-clockwise and pull off the faulty bulb. This procedure for removal is ineffective.. It does not show how the red exterior lense can be remove to expose the light brake socket for removal of the lamp.You cannot twis the bulb assembly and pull in a Lincoln Continental 2000.The access to the light bulb is to remove the exterior lense. Perhaps a refinement on how to will many on how to replace brake lighs.
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