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How to change 3rd brake light on 2001 xl7 problem

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  • sandy macleod Nov 19, 2009

    hi there , my brake light is in the rear upper spoiler, there are two 6mm bolts on the other edge ,take them out and pull the spoiler

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Open the back tail gate and you will see 2 screws or bolts that are normally covered by the closed tail gate. Remove these 2 bolts and then grab the outer vertical edge of the lamp assembly and pull rearwards. Getting your fingers partially under the edge will help, but it will be hard on your finger tips. I could recommend using a screwdriver, but you would run the risk of scratching the paintwork. Once the lamp is out, twist the relevant globe holder 45 degrees and then change the globe. Of course, if your brake light is in the bumper bar, you will only need a phillips-syle screwdriver.

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    ZJ Limited Nov 19, 2009

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