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Defective Taillight Got a message on my display for a 2006 Jetta. Says defective left taillight. I've checked my lights and they all work but this message will not go away. Do I have to change the bulb and if so, how? I saw the connectors to the light thru my trunk, do I just pull on them to take them out or is there is a lock to release them.

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Could be a flasher as well as a light. even though the light still works, there could be a problem with it. my older jetta, the light holders came out by turning the connector 1/3 turn counter clockwise and pulling the holder out. not sure if the newer ones are the same.

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