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How do you remove the brake light out of an endeavor?


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2011-09-13 06:20:13
2011-09-13 06:20:13

Open the hatch-back, the tail light assembly which is red, has two Phillips head sheet-metal screws, one on top and one on the bottom. Remove these two screws and then use slight pressure or a flat-head screw-driver to pry the assembly loose. Be careful not to crack the assembly. The tail-light assembly will have three different caps that have wires leading to them. The one in the middle is the brake light, slightly turn the assembly to the left or right and it should dis-engage, push the bulb down and turn, the bulb should come out. Replace the bulb and use the same procedure in reverse to re-assemble the fixture.

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