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Chang rear brake light

I can get the screws next to the tailgate, but there seems to be a third screw on the other side which i can not get to.

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    this solved my problem. I fixed it!!!

    Thanks much
    Dale


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It's just a ridged clip. just pull really hard but carefully. Sometimes it needs to be pryed very gently and I do mean carefully or you will crack the edge of the light

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