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Need to replace left year brake light bulb in a 1993 Voyager

How and where does one get to the bulb? Inside or outside? Opening the rear hatch exposes two screws and there are two screws at the top of the red lense (outside). Just wanted guidance before I tried to do it "the hard way." Thanks

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Think that when i changed the whole lights for an import as this one didnt have yellow indicators i took them all out but cant remember sorry oldtimers is catching up fast

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