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How do you remove the cover from the third brake light that is mounted at the top of the hatch to replace the bulb?

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2018-04-27 15:19:14
2018-04-27 15:19:14

The bulbs in the middle on my 94 Saturn went out one a time, you don't have to remove a cover, they are accessible by lifting the trunk lid. There are like 5 of them they just pop in and out.

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