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How to get pins out of old tail lift and replace thanks

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Old tail lift didn't have pins but if your does then it is possible they go welded in...you may need to punch it out..hammer and bit

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Purchase a replacement tail light for your vehicle. You can find a broad selection by visiting the website listed in Resources or by going to your local automotive parts store.
Locate the tail light. You can find it on the rear of your car, located on the left and right sides. The lens color will vary depending on the type of vehicle that you have, but in most cases it will be red and will have red lights that light up when you press the breaks.
Remove the screws that are located on the corners of the plastic lens and lift off the lens. You will now see the bulb.
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  1. Remove the tail lamp assembly retaining screws from the body.
  2. Release the locking pins by pulling the assembly directly rearward.
  3. Disconnect the tail lamp assembly connector.
  4. Remove the tail lamp circuit board from the assembly.
To Install:
  1. Install the tail lamp circuit board into the assembly.
  2. Connect the tail lamp assembly connector.
  3. Push the assembly directly forward into the opening to engage the locking pins.
  4. Install the tail lamp assembly retaining screws into the body. Torque the screws to 17 in-lb (1.9 Nm).
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Raising the liftgate with the liftgate window open can damage the high mount stop lamp, liftgate hinges, and the liftgate window.
  1. Raise the liftgate.
  2. Lower the rear of the headliner by removing the rear headliner pins.
  3. Disconnect the high mount stop lamp connector.
  4. Remove the high mount stop lamp grommet from the body.
  5. Lower the liftgate.
  6. Open the liftgate window.
  7. Remove the high mount stop lamp retaining screws from the liftgate window molding.
  8. Remove the high mount stop lamp from the vehicle.
To Install:
  1. Place the high mount stop lamp onto the vehicle.
  2. Install the high mount stop lamp retaining screws into the liftgate window molding. Torque the screws to 22 in-lb (2.5 Nm).
  3. Close the liftgate window.
  4. Lift the liftgate.
  5. Install the high mount stop lamp grommet into the body.
  6. Connect the high mount stop lamp connector.
  7. Install the rear of the headliner by inserting the retaining pins.
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