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How do I change the rear licence plate bulb - 2003 GMC Savana

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It is located in the bulb holder (Rear bumber over plate), unscrew the bulb holder, and remove the bulb and put the new one in I think there are two screws holding this on. It is a quick fix. Replace the bulb with the exact one, they can match you up at autozone.

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