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How do I remove the right rear fender brake light assembly in a 2005 Odyssey to change the bulb

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Open the tailgate. you will see two taps on the side of the lense assembly. pull them back and there is 2 bolts. then you need to pull the lense straight out.

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Remove the bolts with a Phillips head screwdriver, and remove the light assembly from the rear pillar.
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