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What tools needed to replace brake light bulb on Toyota Sienna?


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2011-09-13 14:34:29
2011-09-13 14:34:29

Open the rear hatch and there are two 10mm bolts on each tail light, remove them, the lens assembly is also held on with a retaining clip, it's just a matter of pulling the lens away from the body until it pops out

1998 Sienna brake light replacement. Open the rear door. Remove the handle (two Philips head screws). Remove the strap - plastic cover must be pushed toward the curved side - put screwdriver against it and tap the screwdriver. this exposes a Philips head screw - remove. Then pry the plastic cover off the rear door - it is a press fit with plastic clips (it will make some noise, but will come off fairly easily). The brake lights are then exposed. Twist the bulb holder counter-clockwise and the holder will then come out. Push on the bulb while twisting and the bulb will come out. Replace the bulb and reverse the process for re-assembly. Note that there is no need to remove the whole light assembly.

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