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REPLACE TAG LIGHT

WHERE IS THIS LIGHT LOCATED??

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  • jstout865 Dec 21, 2008

    THIS LIGHT IS RIGHT ABOVE THE CAR TAG.2 METAL SCREW..NO. 7 SOCKET AND LOOSEN AND SLIDE DOWN,,PULL OUT THE BULB ...ABOUT $2.00 ...5 MINUTES..

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Just above the back license plate.

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