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1.Open the tailgate.
2. Locate the plastic plugs attached to the brake light housing (on the right side of the driver side light, on the left of the passenger side).
3. Carefully pry up the plugs with a screwdriver or other flat tool (I believe there are two).
4. The light should be free to pull out (pull toward the rear of the vehicle). You should see two torx screws.
5. Remove the bolts and pull the housing away from the tail light lens.
6. Twist and pull to remove the correct bulb.
7. Insert the new bulb into the holder and replace the housing.
8. Verify that the replacement bulb(s) are working.
9. Reinstall the torx screws and place the assembly back into it proper location on the vehicle.
10. Push the plugs back into the holes and verify that it is secure.
11. Close the tailgate and check for proper fitment.
There are two philips head screws that are only accessible after opening the rear tailgate lid. Remove the two screws which will allow the removal of the entire tail-light assembly. (Note that it might take some effort as there are two retaining lugs on the outer edge of the fixture which are press fitted but wiggle and pull and they will pop loose, just be careful.) The lights are identified tail and brake. A third turn to the left and the bulb housing can be removed. Simply pull the bulb from the plug and replace with like bulb bought at any auto parts store. NOTE : what ever you do .Do it carefully and slowly.
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Open tailgate and use a #20 Torx screwdriver to remove two screws located on the inner side tail light assembly. On the driver's side, the screws are accessable through the tailgate hinge area with the gate open.Pull taillight assembly straight back from the vehicle to get it off. You may need to utilize a wedge to gently work the top and bottom of assembly away from vehicle on outer side. If so, be careful to use plastic wedge or a protective layer (such as a thin piece of cardboard) next to the body to prevent scratching the paint.Once removed, twist applicable light cover counter clockwise and pull to access lightbulb.You may want to apply a small amount of lithium grease to the two plastic stud holes before reinstalling the cover to make it easier to remove the next time.
If you are referring to the Third Brake Light mounted at the top of the rear hatch, then there should be 2 screws on either side of the lense. Remove those two screws and pull the lense off. You can now twist the bulb socket counter-clockwise and remove it from the lense.
In taking the rear wiper arm off, it seems to corrode
onto the motor drive hub or axle. Shooting some lubricant as best you
can into the area and work the arm with the clip up as best you can, it
will eventually work itself off. Lift the tailgate and start at the top
plastic pieces, they just pull off, followed by the sides. When you get
to the main plastic pane, remove the screws in the handle lift and
bottom screws. I f you have courtesy lights, pop them out and
disconnect. If you have a rear brake light, remove that cover as well.
Once all screws are removed, that panel will just pull off as well.
With that removed, the wiper motor is visible, and three screws and the
wiring are all that needs to be removed. The rear wiper can also be
removed by drilling a 3/16 hole in the center where it attaches and use
a faucet handle puller, it will pull it right off. you can fill the
hole with epoxy putty or spot putty after reinstalling it.
Remove the Lamp unit from the end of the quarter panel.
"Open tailgate to access and remove the two screws that secure the inboard side of the rear lamp unit to the side of the tailgate. (see Figure) Pull the outboard side of the rear lamp unit rearward (away from the end of the quarter panel) far enough to unsnap the two ball studs on the outboard side of the lamp housing from the plastic nuts in the quarter panel."