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How do you remove the tail light assembly on a '91 240sx the book doesnt tell you anywhere and i have water leaking in to my hatch and its runnin down behind the tail lights and comin in.

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Ok so either sides the same so remove all panels behind the lights to expose all the wires. Then make sure you have a 10mm nut driver, locate long threaded skinny bolts with small short nurts on them. I believe there maybe six or more in that one section to remove the light. You may have to pull hard because there might be a sticky seal holding it in place. I dont think its from the light i would replace the weather stripping around the entire hatch before removing lights

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SOURCE: Remove 2001 Forester tail light (1/4 panel, not hatch light)

should just require a quarter turn of the socket to remove it

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