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Remove taillight exterior housing v70 2001

How do I remove the rear brake housing from the exterior of the car so I can replace the bulb. I have tried from the inside but it will not seat properly.



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The bolts come in from the inside to remove the tail light /but the bulbs go in it from the inside but must be turned exact location

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