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What is the procedure to remove the taillight lenses on a 2002 Jeep Liberty?


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2004-12-30 13:25:15
2004-12-30 13:25:15

It's easy! On the left, simply open the tailgate half way and look through the hinge area. You'll see two screw with a star hex head. Borrow a special "screwdriver" from the auto parts store, remove the screws and pull. You'll have to use a little force because the lens is still held in by a couple of snap fittings, but it will pop out pretty easily. By the way, no need to remove the connector plug for the wiring. The bulbs are located on each of those grey plastic caps. (Oh yeah, put a rag on your bumper below the lens to help prevent scratching)

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