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What cause tail light to blow

Replace bulb when it blow

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I had a taillight that would blow out every couple months or so. It appeared to be caused by moisture getting in, so I dried out the lense, ensured a good seal, and the problem magically went away!

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SOURCE: replace tail light bulb

open hatch, look for two screws, remove , push tail light gently back and forth to release from clips pull light assembly out , twist bulb socket to remove from housing, replace bulb.

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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