Question about Cars & Trucks
Open the boot/trunk. Pull back the covering on the inside to reveal the interior of the light cluster. There should be a few retaining nuts and the wiring to be uncoupled, and then the light cluster should just pop out.
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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