remove the felt lining in the trunk. this will allow you access to the bulbs.
There are no bulbs, it is a panel of mini-lights. You access this from the trunk area.
Replace the whole light assembly Their are no bulbs it is neon light
you will have to disassemble the rear lens by entering the trunk. If the question really is for a 1998 Ford Tempo, then the answer is - you can't because the last Ford Tempo model year is 1994!!
Open the trunk, unfasten the plastic panel at the rear. Taillight bulbs are changed from the inside of the trunk.
if you open the trunk you will find a carpeted section on the lid and in the corner of the trunk where the lights are. You need to open the access doors to the light bulbs and replace the bulbs. the sensor will need to be reset by someone that can reset the codes
3 big plastic wing nuts hold the tail light assembly in the body. remove those and the tail light can be removed to gain access to the bulbs.
It sounds to me like your bulbs are out. These bulbs have a lifespan just like the light bulbs in the lamps that you have at home. These are easy and cheap to replace, and you can usually access the bulbs from your trunk, if you own a car.
The socket size for the trunk tail light on a 2001 Buick LeSabre is 7mm. Bulbs can be purchased at most local automotive repair stores.
First remove the gray cover behind the light in the trunk. You should then have acsess to the bulbs.
To replace the brake light bulbs on a VW Polo, pull away the carpeting in the trunk, unscrew the bolt holding the lights on, and disconnect the wiring. Replace the bulbs, put the wiring and bolts back, then replace the carpeting.
Open the trunk, pull back the carpet material and there will be big black knobs, unscrew them (should be three each tail light) and the light will pull out and turn the plug on the back and pull out the bulbs.
From inside the trunk. The bulbs will plug into the back of the tailight assembly. You may have to move the trunk carpet away to reach it,
you cannot replace the individual bulbs- they are meant to last the lifetime of the car. best solution is to get a completely new trunk...
To change the park light on a Subaru Impreza prop the trunk lid open and locate the taillight housing. Remove the plastic cover and the bulbs for the parking lights. Replace the bulbs.
check your ignition switch.
I believe that the light bulbs are located in the trunk lid and are basic 1156 bulbs but they fit into a bulb holder that fits into the housing with a twist and turn motion.
You don't. REmove the bulbs by turning counterclockwise. From inside the trunk. There are trim panels that hide the sockets.
Open the trunk and pop/pull the clip near the center of the housing.Removethe housing. To remove the bulbs just push in and turn
Pop the trunk, pull back the trunk liner, remove the 5 plastic screws/wingnuts, and separate light assembly from the car, remove the bulbs and replace.
GET INTO THE TRUNK AND PULL DOWN THE CARPETING BY THE SIGNAL AND YOU WILL SEE THE BULBS JUST REMOVE AND REPLACE
from inside the trunk pop all of the plastic rivots and you can access the bulbs from the inside..
Open the trunk and notice all the nuts that hold the light panel to the trunk lid. Remove all those nuts (must be 8 or 9 of them) and unplug the wire harness that feeds the panel. Now you can remove the light panel to service the light bulbs. Because it is a bit of a PITA, I recommend replacing all the bulbs in that panel while you have it out.
The brake lights are located in the trunk of a 1997 Acura Integra. To replace them open the trunk and find the plastic housing. Remove and replace the bulbs.
you can take the tail light out by unscrewing the wing nuts in the trunk, when all wing nuts are off pull the tail light out then take the light bulbs out to replace the tail light.