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Changing the brake pads on a vehicle with calipers if very easy in comparison to drum brake. You, unless you have the strength will need a tool to compress the caliper piston to make room for the new pads to fit over the caliper. After that it is a matter of two bolts to put the caliper back on and bleed the brakes.
Open the trunk and look at the panel closest to the left rear light. The panel should open easily then the bulb can be removed by twisting left and pulling outward. There may be other bulbs in there like stop lite, backup lite. Make sure you get the tail lite.
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could be the light itself,the red brake wire that comes off the rear brake lights that feeds this stop light,sometimes things get shoved against this wire and its cut,or if it splits off in the frame,it could also be broken here too
Answer 1. Remove the dust cover from behind the bulb that needs replacement. 2. Unplug the bulb. 3. Taking note of the bulb orientation, unhook the bulb retaining clip from the tang that holds it in place. 4. Remove the bulb. 5. Install the new bulb in the same orientation and clip in place. 6. Reconnect the electrical connector to the bulb. 7. Reinstall the dust cover.
Alternatively, if the bulb is burned out and you have less than 60,000 miles, you should take the car to the dealer and let them do it for free for you.