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I am trying to replace the breaklights, but when i

I am trying to replace the breaklights, on my 2006 chevy colorado, but when i took the screws out the cover is still stuck, how to i take the rear cover off and please described it in detail?

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Once you remove the 3 screws if it doesnt just fall out than you may have to wiggle it a little bit.There is another screw around the middle of the tailgate latch if you didnt notice it

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