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I need to change the Lightbulb on the 3rd

I need to change the Lightbulb on the 3rd Brakelight ,I need to know how to go about it ?

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Normally there 2 screws on the lense, usually going through into the body. phillips head or torx head. just take those out and pull the unit straght out, and the bulb is right there. if you have a cargo light on it, those bulbs will usually be on the outboard side of the brakelight, on either side of it. once you change the buld, wipe the new one with rubbing alcohol to remove the oil from your skin. the bulb will last much longer if you do that

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