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My blinker light in the right rear blinker burnt out. I took the screws out of the lamp but it would not come out. I looked from inside and the only wires going in from the back look to low to be the correct ones. 1) Do you fix it by taking the plastic cover off or do you fix it from behind where the wires go into it. 2) I would really like to fix it myself rather than bringing it to a shop. It can't be that big of a deal. What is your best solution. Pko houghton mi

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The tail light other than being mounted with screws or nuts can also have retainer studs which are held by a fastener. just get a good hold of the light and pull straight towards the back of the vehicle

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