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How do you remove the left rear tailight assembly to replace the turn signal bulb on a 1999 Yukon?


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2015-07-15 20:48:21
2015-07-15 20:48:21

On a 1999 Yukon with a two door rear door, you start by opening the left rear door. If you look from the inside of the door towards the tail light lens, you can see two screws set back into the frame. By taking these two screws out, you can remove the lens. The lens has two plastic tabs on the outside edge -- no screws. The screws hold the inside edge of the lens. One special note -- since the screws are set back into the door frame, extreme care must be taken to avoid losing the screw down into the recesses of the door frame. One method that I have found helpful is to stuff a rag or napkin below and around the screw so that if the screw falls it can't go anywhere. Might also have a magnet handy. - Mike


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