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I can't reach to change the rear brake light. I don't know how i disassamble to reach it

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    yadayada Feb 24, 2012

    Why dont you start with the model and year of the car.

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    Hyundai Accent model 2000 petrol

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Okay start at the inside top (now we are refering to the third eye) you should be able to squeeze the side toghether and pull out and access the bulb

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