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How do you change the brake lights on a rev1 mark 2 mr2 turbo import?

How do you get to change the rear lights on a 1990 mr2 turbo mark 2 rev 1?

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    Great stuff!!!!! Job done thanks for that mate!!!!

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If the Rear Lights are the bulbs just like the ones in my 91. There should be 3 screws holding the light housings onto the body. You will need a small prybar (preferrably plastic to limit damage), or a Flathead screwdriver.
Open your trunk lid and unscrew the phillips screw that holds the tab of the light on.
The side (outermost) cover should pop off, using from the farthest aft (back) lip, it will require some force, after that is off, it should reveal two smallish phillips screws holding the rest of the housing on.
Once those are removed, the Light housing just pulls off (mild force required, held in by spring type clips)
Then its just finding the right plug (screw and keyway type) to pull off, revealing the bulb itself.

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I am having trouble with my 1990 MR2 front brakes. I get approx 1500KM before they start shuddering under braking. are the Turbo brake assembly different to the NA assembly??


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Open the rear bootlid behind the engine and there are two carpet panels on each side covering the light electrics. they are held in by fastners, push each fastner at the centre to release them.
Remove the carpet panel to get access to the brake light. Twist the bulb holder and replace the bulb.
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Clunking? Probably one or both wheel bearings. Dude, that car is like UNSAFE to drive!! Jack the rear of the car up and yank on the wheel. If it moves the bearings are bad. Pull in and out and also pry up and down with a bar. Check for broken or bent rear suspension parts, or just plain worn out bushings.

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