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I want to change my reverse lights.how do i get to the harness?

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In the trunk behind the lights you should find a series of small black plugs in the trunk liner. Carefully pull (or pry) these straight out and peel back the truck liner. You should then have access the the clips or nuts that hold the taillight assembly in place.

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