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you need new bulbs in tail lights one bulb in each side has two elements one works brake other works running lights the elements in the bulb for tail lites are bad . so just replace bulbs. hope this helps.
Open hatch, on inside there will be two plastic clips that go into the side of the tail light, remove the center of the plastic clips, they will pop out, remove the rest of the remaining clip, once you have the plastic clips out, tail light will come off, no screw's holding tail light, just those two plastic clips.
I believe this car has a bulb with two fillaments for side and brake lights, it is unlikely that they are both burnt out at the same time but possible. It is more likely that the bulb holder or a ground connection is rusted or loose. The fuse generally covers all rear lights.
With the velcro door open, you now have access to the tray that holds all of the tail light bulbs. There are two tabs on each side of the tray that secure it to the tail light. Carefully reach inside of the tail light and lightly squeeze on the outside of each tab, releasing the tray from the tail light. See pics.
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