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How do you remove the rear tail light assembly on a 1995 Buick Riviera?

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2005-12-29 15:33:13
2005-12-29 15:33:13

Open trunk, look directly above the tail-light assemblies. There are 2 plugs on both sides. Pop these out, there are retaining screws under both. Remove these screws ( they are very long ) pull the tail-light assemblies straight back carefully, the wires will still be attached to the bulbs.

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