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Need to change the rear drivers side bulb how do i get the casing off

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Leave the lens on. Open the trunk and pull back the facia to find where the bulb goes into the lens. Turn the bulb socket CCW to release from the lens. Replace bulb and reverse procedure.

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2) On the inside jam there are two torx headed screws (T-15's if I remember correctly).

3) Unscrew the two torx screws.

4) The light is now held by two mounting tabs (small spherical headed plastic sets that go through a rubber grommet).

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