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How do you replace the tail light bulbs on the Mk II?

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2005-12-31 17:25:28
2005-12-31 17:25:28

open rear trunck lid. you will see fittings for the lights in rear light assembly. locate the fitting for the light that requires replacement. turn fitting counterclockwise and pull out. pull light bulb out of electrical socket.

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