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How do you replace the brake light bulb on a 1992 Toyota Camry?

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2006-12-11 19:05:46
2006-12-11 19:05:46

I just replaced the tail light and it didn't appear to match the first answer. Here are the steps I followed: Raise trunk and locate and remove the two screws on the plastic taillight assembly. The next part is tricky as the owner's manual fails to tell you how to lift out the assembly. Pry off the carpeting in the trunk just behind the assembly and you will see two plastic pieces that seem to follow the assembly around the corner of the car. Starting from back to front, you will only want deal with the first plastic piece. Take a pair of pliers and squeeze the two outer edges together so that the plastic bracket will fit through the square hole. IMPORTANT! You will only want to push the assembly sideways. Do not try and pull it to you if you are behind the car as the second plastic bracket contains a pin that only is designed to move laterally/sideways for removal. At this point you should have the whole assembly at your disposal, and you can change each bulb by firmly but gently twisting the bulb bracket out of the rear of the assembly. Follow the steps backwards to reinstall the assembly. Carefully pry the lamp housing cover up Lift the cover ooff the access the lens and bulb. Carefully remove the metal cover with a suitable pry tool Twist , remove and inspect the bulb. If it is bad, replace new one. Install: reverse procedure

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