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Open rear hatch there you'll find two screws inside the jamb right where the tail lamp assembly is , remove these then with the pa;m of your hand push the tail light assembly from the front towards the rear some times it takes a good jab with the heel of your hand to pop it loose, it is held by plastic clips/ Then remove sockets and replace bulb. Re-install in opposite manner..let me know if you ned more assistance...gl..dc

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