Question about 2004 Chevrolet Colorado
Remove the tail light assembly. Open the rear door, and look at the side of the light assembly. You will see two openings for the screws. These are torx/star screws, can't remember the size, but I have a torx/star screwdriver with multiple tips that store in the handle. I think it cost about $5 at Ace. It's got a tip that fits. Anyway, remove these two screws and the assembly can be pulled free. It has two guide posts that pop out of guides in the body. You have to line them up on re-installation. With the assembly in your hand, flip it over and remove the bulb assembly from the reflector body. There are four clips that hold the bulb assembly in place. Once free, remove and replace the bad bulb and put it all back together
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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