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How do you replace the center brake light on a 2003 4Runner

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We have a 2003 4Runner with no spoiler, and no visible accress to the bulb from the interior. You need to access the bulb by prying the red lens from the bottom using a flathead screwdriver. Do not force it all at once! There are 5 clips that hold it in. Push upwards on each clip easing the light out a little each time as you proceed to the next clip. The entire unit will pull out and then you can twist the connector to unhook the wire from the lens assembly. The bulb pulls straight out (no twisting). Bulb is #921.

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