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How do you replace the tail light bulb on a 95 Nissan pick up?

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2006-07-31 15:19:37
2006-07-31 15:19:37

there are two screws or bolts that hold rear light assembly located on inside of bed (10mm wrench) remove these and the complete light assembly comes out. do not remember which light is taillight but which ever one isn't working is the one you replace. There are 3 bulb retainers in the rear light assembly. Turn whichever bulb retainer you need to replace counter clockwise and it will come out and bulb is then accessible. If you are having constant problems with this, you may have the same problem I had and there is a recall on taillight assembly and Nissan will replace it for free. just had mine done.

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