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Brake lights not lighting up

The top brake light is out on the rear spoiler and preventing the brake lights from functioning properly...i need to know how to get to it to swap the whole LED out.

Please help me before I get a ticket

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  • detroit4life Feb 03, 2009

    decklid trim panel...is this inside the car? i have taken the interior paneling off and i see 4 holes/openings/cutouts where it looks like the spoiler may be bolted down at...however the bolts look odd as Fu@k is there some kinda special tool involved to remove?

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First thing take off decklid trim panel there shuold be atleast 4 bolts take the bolts out and pull upwward you will have to get some double sided tape anyway pull of spoiler and should be able to see the brake light twist the bulb out and replace it that is it/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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