Question about 2005 Lexus RX330
Change bulbs on tail and brake light
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Open up the trunk and pull back the "carpeting" around the inside of the trunk in the area of the tail light. You may have to remove some tabs and or plastic screws to do this. Once the "carpeting" is pulled back you can get to the three bolts holding the tail light to the body. After removing the screws, gently wiggle the tail light assembly from the body of the car and look for any hooks the may hold the tail light in place. They won't stop you from removing it, but they do hold onto it. They are mostly there for alinment when installing the tail light. The bulbs should be in twist off plugs.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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Lift the hatch. The tall center light is located behind the
upper hatch inside panel. There are two
panels need to remove. One panel is on the right, the other on the left. To
remove the panels you have to use flat screw driver to pry out the panel in
several locations. (These panels are secured by several small metal clips.) Be
careful to collect all these clips and replace them on the back of the panel.
You will need these clips to replace the panel later on. After remove the panels,
you will be able to locate the screws on the tall center stop light assembly. Remove
those screws and cover. After replacing light bulb. Assemble everything in
reverse order. Remember, the metal clips have to set on the back of the two
panels not the car body.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
check for voltage at the fuse and at the light bullb socket.
If you have juice at the fuse and none at the bulb look for a short.
You could have a broken ground wire too. So try grounding the bulb with a test light.
Good luck and be safe.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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