Question about 2003 Isuzu Axiom
The screws come out fine but there appears to be something holding the assembly on that we can't get it to come loose.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If you are still interested I figured it out this morning.
1. Remove the obvious 2 rear screws.
2. With a padded or rubber tipped flat tool gently pull towards the side of the car and pry off.
(I used a butter knife and cloth between it and the car)
There are 2 rods that insert into receivers on the side of the car. The real trick is that it does not pull off towards the rear as you would expect, it pulls off to the side.
If you still have trouble post here and I'll put up a demo video.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Yes, there is a "spear point" plastic clip that is still engaged into a socket type holder in the front outboard portion of the tail lamp assembly. Pry gently with a tape wrapped screwdriver at the front outboard corner of the assembly and the clip will release. You will then be able to see how the clip works and will be able to align and engage it first when replacing the tail lamp assembly.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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As I recall, your Axiom has a Tow Rating of 5000 pounds -- but check your Owner's Manual to be sure. I have several friends who tow with their Isuzus (using 1st and 2nd Gen model Troopers and Rodeos) and pull pop-up campers, high-profile campers, ATV trailers, etc... There's even even one guy who pulls his Trail Rig (another Isusu) to various off-road events on an 18-foot tandem axle steel frame trailer -- All of them do so without any problem whatsoever. The thing is, all of them use a Load Distributing Hitch System, such as this: http://www.truckaddons.com/Catalog/subpages/hidden-hitch-weight-distributing-hitch-systems.htm It makes a HUGE difference. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 18, 2008
remove the hardware (2 bolts) then wiggle to loosen, now pull outwards (pull somewhat hard) towards the sides to clear some kind of guide. Then towards the rear<
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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Open the endgate or liftgate.
Remove the screws that retain the tail lamp assembly to the vehicle.
Tail lamp assembly removal
Rotate the bulb sockets 1/4turn counter-clockwise in order to remove the bulb sockets from the tail lamp assembly.
Remove the bulbs from the sockets.
Install the bulbs into the sockets.
Install the bulb sockets to the tail lamp assembly by rotating the sockets1/4 turn clockwise.
Install the tail lamp assembly to the vehicle.
Install the screws that retain the tail lamp assembly to the vehicle. Tighten the screws to 17 inch lbs. (1.9 Nm).
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