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Need to replace rear brake light. - 1999 Saturn SL

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Open up the trunk, remove the liner in the back, there should be little wing nuts to unscrew. Then the light lens should come off. If you want to replace just the bulb itself, just turn the bulb socket counter-clockwise a bit and pull the bulb and socket out. Then push in and turn the bulb itself counter-clockwise and it will pop out..

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