take the screws out if the tail light and pull the old one out
You have to remove the taillight assembly. When you open the lift gate there is 2 push clips (black round) that keep it in place. To remove the clips, you have to pull sort of hard. Then slide the taillight out of the slot that it clips into. Don't be afraid to pull the taillight, it's in there pretty tight even after the clips are removed. Twist the light bulb that needs replacing to the left and insert your new bulb.
four screws, one in each corner of the lens
BE sure to replace rear side marker lamps (194) in upper side of each taillight lens..They are hard to see and I had the same problem. Replaced both ( one on each side) and failure report cleared.
how do you replace a turn signal bulb on a 2004 jeep liberty. I can not find screws or a panel to go through
wjjeeps.com . they show how to replace every light and with what bulb
Open up your tailgate and on the sides of the taillights will be screws, you need a Allen wrench or Allen type screwdriver. Unscrew them and pull out the taillight assembly (use a little muscle it'll come out,don't drop it) there you will find the bulb sockets gently twist out and replace the bulb ( the bulb number should be on the base,use this for replacement bulb) reinstall the taillight and put the screws back in. NOTE: the driver side access to the screws are a little tight and the passenger side is completely visible when you open the tailgate (2 screws per tailight )..
replace rear tail light bulb
Open the rear hatch. you will see 2 screws on the side of the taillight. Remove them and pull the taillight out.
To replace a turn signal on a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee prop the hood open. Locate the headlight housing and the turn signal will be located next to it. Find the bulb and remove it from the housing. Replace the bulb.
If they come on and will not flash, replace the Flasher Relay. If they just don't come on replace the blown out bulb.
Unscrew the screw holding the lens on. Remove the lens and reflector assembly. Twist the rubber bulb holder to remove it from the lens/reflector. Pull the bulb straight out. Replace the bulb. Installation is opposite of above.