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1994 Toyota Camry Tailight Out

My left tail light is out. I need to know how to replace it. Thanks.

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They are indeed accessible from the back of the trunk. In your model year there are two or three plastic pins holding the carpet to the metal so you will not see the bulb and wires. Pull the pins out with pliers (might use a bit of force) and you shall uncover the secrete wires leading to the bulbs. Screw the bad one out and you can get a replacement from a parts store.

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Tail lights on most newer cars are accessible by opening the trunk and locating the rear of the tail light then just grabbing and twisting the plastic bulge (bulb assembly) where the wire goes, allowing you to remove the bulb assembly and replace the bulb!
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