Question about 1998 GMC Jimmy
Should be screws in the light lense.. Take them out and the whole thing will pop out to you.. If not there may be screws going in from the backside.. Most likely in the lense on the outside though.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just did it last week. You have to remove the 2 nuts( in the trunk) that hold the tail light assembly to the car . One bolt is long and is against the inside fender, the other is easier to get at. Once the nuts are removed yank at the tail light ***'y from the out side and pull it loose( it may stick a little because of the rubber seal. . The light bulb then is removed from the ***'y by twisting, a locking bulb holder. You can get the bulbs at Wal-mart. They are sold in 2 packs. Len Florida
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
in the boot of car there should he a plastic caseing take that off then its a case of just turning the bulb and pull it out then push the other in
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
I just changed my rear turn signal. Really easy. There is two 1/4 inch bolts visible when you open the tailgate. Take both of those out and gently lift the light housing out towards the outside of the vehicle. There is two small clamps on the other side of the fixture that just slide right out when you pull on it. There you go
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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