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I can not see how to replace the tail light/brake lamp (passenger side)on my 2005 MPV. Can you help?

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  • bwagner80 Apr 01, 2009

    Even when I remove the two screws as described in the owner's manual and on this web page, the tail light assembly does not just pop out. I am afraid that if I pull on it I will break something. Any suggestions?

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Open the rear tail gate there should be a couple of screws on the inside near the rubber seal just remove them and the assbilme should pull ot and the bulb may be a twist lock and pull ot and remove the bulb

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