Question about 2006 Chrysler 300
Generally, the cover, lens, and reflector assembly are all one piece (glued together) and you must replace the entire assembly. I would check with an auto recycler (junkyard) for this, as I'm sure the dealer wants a small fortune for it.
If you open the trunk and (if needed) remove the liner, as if you are going to replace the bulbs, you will be able to see the fasteners around the perimeter of the reflector. They may be screws, they may be some kind of clip or push-pull fastener, depends on the model. Remove all the bulb sockets (label them for the correct position) then remove the fasteners, remove the lens assembly (usually pushes out toward the back of the car), then reverse to install the new one.
You may need some sealant around the perimeter of the lens assembly (to keep water out of the trunk), you can use kitchen and bath silicone caulk.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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