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How to access tail light bulbs in 2007 Chevy Tahoe? After opening rear lift door, I see a black plastic panel adjacent to tail light assembly held in place by two phillips head screws. Is this the access point? Thank you very much!

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Remove the panel and take a look, doesn't hurt

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