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Hello, If you look on the inside panel of the tailgate you'll see the lamp lens held in by 2 screws. Remove the 2 screws and then remove the lamp lens. Remove the bulb from the lens and install new bulb. Be sure to clean new bulb with clean cloth or paper towel to be sure there isn't any oil from your skin on the bulb. Replace lens assembly into tailgate. Reinstall 2 screws. Hope this helps. Good luck and God bless.
Look up into the housing over the plate. You should see two glass lenses, and screws holding them in. Unscrew screws, remove bulbs, clean socket with contact cleaner and refit bulbs or new bulbs after cleaning glass lense and reflectors on the inside surfaces as dust and water will have entered and clogged it up over time.
The recall on those was the boards the bulbs mount too. Remove the lenses and then the boards. See if your bulbs are good and check for fire at the light blue, or brown and white wire. Modle dependant. Good Luck
There will be one or two screws or push pins securing the lense. Remove the screw or pin and pull the lense out. Twist the bulb socket and pull out the bulb. If you haven't already purchased the replacement bulbs, it will use a 194 bulb.
I just had the same problem. I took the cover off, saw the white bulb base, twisted it to take it out, but it popped back inside the door. I got it out, but it wouldn't pull through, so I twisted it back in place and went to Autozone to get new bulb. Once I saw the new bulb, it was obvious, just the bulb itself pulls out. There's so little room to work, I couldn't get it with just my fingers - - maybe rubber gloves would have worked, but I used pliers, lightly, wiggled it a little and it popped right out. I had a similar issue once with the taillight bulb and had to break the bulb and then grip the remaining filament wires with pliers to get it out, so that was my backup plan, just in case.
its real simple look at the license plates then look up you will see 2 screw per lamp / unscrew them and slide remove its a 194 bulb so get some ready then replace and put back / Please rate my response thank you very much
remove felt liner from rear of trunk, (liner directly behind rear lights in side trunk) should be 4 plastic Phillips head screws. Loosing screws, then slowly peel liner away. You will see 3 nuts on each side, removing these nuts will loosing the rear light lenses, so you can pull the lense away from the body from the out side to gain access to the license plate bulbs. Re-install in reverse order. While in there I would recommend replacing your brake light and reverse light bulb. Hey your already in there might as well do a little preventive maintance.
All you have to do is find the "round rubber
cover" on the back of the headlamp, pry it out with a flathead
screwdriver and the lamp is right there.
To remove the headlamp assembly on a Trailblazer, remove the plastic
panel that covers the hood latch assembly. Take the cover for the air filter in order to
get to the low beam cover. Take the 3 screws out of the air filter
cover and remove. You will then be able to get to the back of the low
beam lamp. The high beam is reachable without this hassle.