It should have a couple of little plastic plugs in it. You need to take a small screwdriver or pen or something stiff and push the center of these plugs inwards. Once you've done that, pull them out and put them aside. Then there's a couple of bolts ( I think 10 or 12mm) that will have to come out. This will allow you access to the assembly. You'll have to reuse the little plastic plugs. Push them out until they protrude from the outer ring and then stick them back in and push the centers back down to the flush position.
From inside the trunk.
See the answer for the 90 model. Should be the same
remove the 2 bolts on the outside of the lense then pull the assembly out.
# Preparation For Brake Pad Replacement # Remove the Wheel # Unbolt the Caliper # Remove the Old Brake Pads # Compress the Brake Piston # Re-Install the Brake Caliper
Trunk open, remove the 4 wing nuts on the casing. The casing will pull off from the outside. The bulbs are in there.
Remove the plastic cover with two clips on the back, "kind of a pain" then remove the two screws on either side of the light casing then just slide the casing out.
Disconnect the four plastic screws holding the plastic plate in the back of the trunk. This exposes the tail and brake lights.
Open trunk, there are 4 wing nuts hold in the light casing. Once wing nuts removed, whole casing comes off from the outside.
u have a leak
To change the brake lights on a 1997 Volkswagen Polo first locate the brake light housings in the trunk. Remove the plastic covers and unlock the bulbs. Remove the bulbs and install the new brake lights.
To change a brake light bulb on a 2003 VW Polo the housing unit must be located. It is found inside the trunk behind a removable plastic piece. Once the plastic is off the bulb can be replaced.
Unscrew the brake lights housing and pull out the casing. Follow the electrical wire and unscrew the lights bulbs behind counterclockwise until it pops out . Change the light bulb by pressing in and turning the light bulb out. Put the new one in... Easy....