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If the fixture has screws you can access from the outside of the fixture, take those out and check for a pigtail that may be tucked under them. If there is no pigtail, there may be a hole that the wire is threaded through in the sheet metal. If there is none of that, then you may have to drop the headliner. Make sure if when you replace them that they are flat against the metal, use any grommets that are included and you may want to seal all the holes with clear silicon sealer.
Posted on Dec 10, 2016
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