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How to change the brake lamp on a 1984 mazda 626

How do i change the brake lamp on a 1984 mazda 626

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Access is through the trunk....if you have that carpet stuff in the way, move it. You'll see a wire harness. Twist it and there ya go!

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Open your trunk and pull back the carpet behind the taillight assembly you should see several connections on the back, you want the one in the center, or red part of the tailight, twist the connection counterclockwise, i believe, look to make sure. it should be pretty simple and easy to figure out, its a twin fillament bulb that pulls straight out

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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