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My one tail light don't work but works when I applied the break 2004 liberty jeep

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you may need to replace the caliper

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So you already have the screws out. You simply have to pull it out. It probably have a small plug or *** on the back side to help hold it in place. YOu can pull the unit fairly hard on it with out breaking it, just be firm with it and it should come right out. I'm not sure about the 3rd light, how it is mounted as well. Are you just changing the light bulb in it or changing the cover? If your just changing the bulb or cover you should just be able to take the screws out of the cover and use a small screwdriver to gnetly pry it off.

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check brake switch under brake pedal... if not working change it..

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So you already have the screws out. You simply have to pull it out. It probably have a small plug or *** on the back side to help hold it in place. YOu can pull the unit fairly hard on it with out breaking it, just be firm with it and it should come right out. I'm not sure about the 3rd light, how it is mounted as well. Are you just changing the light bulb in it or changing the cover? If your just changing the bulb or cover you should just be able to take the screws out of the cover and use a small screwdriver to gnetly pry it off.

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