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How do I remove the tail light to replace the bulb for a 2006 jeep Comander

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Open the liftgat and you should see the screws on the side of the lamp. Unscrew then and pull the lamp away from the vehicle. There should be sockets in the tailamp that screw in and out about the size on a half dollar. Pull this out and pull the bulb out straight and replace by pushing in a new bulb. Follow these directions backwards to replace the lamp. Hope this helps.

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