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3rd brake light lense

I have a 2000 Grand Prix GTX, do you know how to replace the brake light lense? this is the lense that is over the rear dash. It looks like I may have to take the back seat out to get to it.

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I you mean you want to change the bulb you should be able to access them through the trunk but if you mean you want to change the lense you will have to remove the rear seat then the package tray then the light.

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Posted on Oct 06, 2008

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