It is one big peice that must be removed.
If you open the trunk, look on the inside of the lid behind the license plate, and you will find a few nuts that once removed, will allow you to remove the entire rear facia panel that the license plate bolts to and which houses the "" lights.
Check the bulbs, check the fuse then check the switch.
To replace the brake light on a 2000 Pontiac Montana open the trunk to reveal the housing units. Find the lights and pull the bulbs out. Replace the units.
Probably the wrong bulbs or the brake lights are getting stuck "on". Or maybe a combination of the two. Check that you have the right bulbs and check to make sure something isn't keeping the brake lights on. FriPilot
check your fuses first, then check your bulbs and then your relay.
I'm guessing that all of the light bulbs have been checked and are good. It's possible that you need to replace the flasher.
in the rear facia, under the trunk lid there is 9 bolts holding the facia on. You must remove the nuts and pull the facia out and right above the license is the two bulbs 194. replace the bulbs and put the facia back on and you are on your way.
You need to remove the liner on the trunk lid. That will give you access to the license plate lights housing. Remove the sockets by twisting 1/4 turn and replace bulbs. Size for bulbs are 2825
Low beams; If you're sure that the bulbs are both OK, you probably have to replace the turn signal/headlight/dimmer/cruise control switch. I had the same problem on my '96 and replacing the switch solved it. I can't quite remember how that plate light works, but I think it's above the plate in that area across the trunk lid that lights up "PONTIAC" when the lights are on. I had to remove that piece on mine to get the bulbs out. There are about 4 nuts on the inside of the trunk lid that hold the whole thing in. Take it out, replace the bulbs, put it back in place.
on some cars the tail lights and brake lights are totally different bulbs gain access to the bulbs and have someone push the brakes so that you can determine which bulbs are the brake lights and replace the tail lights
To replace the bulbs in a 1997 Acura safely prop the hood open. Locate the front headlights and remove the old lights. Replace the bulbs.
Old age and vibration, I'd guess. All of mine were out too. The PONTIAC on the trunk lid wouldn't light up. I replaced the bulbs and now it does. For what it's worth, it's Way Cool when the PONTIAC does light up!
Do you mean the tail light assembly, or the bulbs? Bulbs are easy. I can't speak exactly to the 2002 model, but on most of them, from inside the trunk, you peel the carpet that covers the tail lights back, unscrew the bulb holders from the tail light assemblies, remove the dead bulbs, replace the dead bulbs, screw the bulb holders back in, reposition the carpet and you're done. Tail light assemblies are a little more difficult, but not much. They too, should be pretty direct. Holler if you need more help. FriPilot
AnswerThe bulbs for the brake lights are usually separate from the normal tail light bulbs. Check and replace the brake bulbs first, and if they are still not working examine the fuses, switch and wiring.
You should be able to gain access to those lights from inside the trunk. Pull the carpet away from the rear end of the car and look for sockets that hold the bulbs. You'll recognize them by the wires coming out of the back end. They normally twist, then pull straight out. Put in the new bulbs and twist the sockets back into place. FriPilot
Low beam bulb burnt out? Replace bulb. Bulbs OK? If the dimmer switch is also the turn signal/cruise/headlight on and off switch, you probably have to replace the entire switch.
You have to remove the dashboard, then remove the instrument cluster. On the back of the cluster, you'll find that you can unscrew the bulbs from the back and replace them. I've done it myself on my own 99 Sunfire --- CanadianCynosure
Remove the tail light housing and replace the bulbs.
remove 2 screws and take lite soket out with pliesrs put back same remove 2 screws and take lite soket out with pliesrs put back same
I can't be 100 % sure as I'm not real familiar with your model, but my earlier Sunfire's bulbs are accessed from inside the trunk, You'll have to pull the carpet away from the body, then twist out the bulb holders.
To replace the brake light bulbs on a VW Polo, pull away the carpeting in the trunk, unscrew the bolt holding the lights on, and disconnect the wiring. Replace the bulbs, put the wiring and bolts back, then replace the carpeting.
Most of the cars now have composite lights and the lights have to be revomed to replace the bulbs.
Simple-wring problem, or you just need to replace the bulbs.
There are no bulbs, it is a panel of mini-lights. You access this from the trunk area.
you probally need to replace the bulbs
Remove grill for better access. Then proceed to remove bulbs. The fog lights set inside casing. Unscrew them and replace bulbs. Return mechanism s and they should shine properly.