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What is the secret to getting the rear lens off to replace the brake light bulb? Removal of the torx screws just loosens it, removal of the lens must have a secret?

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Once you have the screws out, the whole housing unit will have to be pulled out. Just the lens won't come off. Sometimes you will have to give it a slight hard pull to get it out. If you still have trouble, check out youtube on how to remove tail light.

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