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Burned out brake light (middle top light)

How do I change the bulb for above? 2002 Avalon

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Take a putty knife and slide it under the front of the cover to release it from the area behind the back seat and pull it forward. Then twist the bulb holder out of the cover. The bulb pulls out of the holder . Replace bulb and reassemble.

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