Yes, and easy access from the trunk. You will be able to remove the bolts from inside and the light assembly will be able to be pulled from the externior to replace all of them. It is not a real quick process, so when one goes out, I usually replace all of them.
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To access the rear lights, you access them from inside the trunk. Pull down the carpet at rear of trunk near latch. There should be the screws the manual is referring to. Once you locate and remove all screws, gently pull the light assembly away from body. Replace the needed bulbs then gently push assembly against the body, replace the screws and set carpet back in place.
Open the trunk, pull back the carpet on the rear wall of the trunk behind the tail lights. If there is access to the bulb sockets, figure out which one lines up with the turn signal and turn it counter clockwise about a quarter turn then pull it out. the bulb will either pull straight out or turn quarter turn and pull out.
If there isn't access to the bulb sockets then there will be three or four nuts or wing nuts that hold the tail lamp assembly in. Remove them and the lens. Then remove the bulb from the tail lamp lens assembly.
Ok... To replace the turn signal bulbs what you will need to do is open your trunk and there will be like a felt or carpeting against the rear of the car... Pull it back a bit and you will see i believe it is 2 or 3 nuts... they are like a goldish colour... remove those and push your taillight assembly out and there you have your bulbs...
You do need to get into it from inside the trunk, and there should be a plastic "light bar" that needs to be removed to get to the bulb (if they did not change the design in the last few years) otherwise it is likely some variation of what I said.
If you're asking how do you change a taillight bulb, then follow this procedure:
Open the trunk lid.
Disconnect the connectors from the taillights (taillight bulb connectors are visible by looking inside the trunk at the back of the tail lamps.) There may be an interior trunk trim panel that you have to take off but in most cases its just a series of thumb screws that hold them in.
Brake Lights/Taillights: 21/5 W
Rear Turn Signal Light: 21 W
Back-up Light: 21 W
Rear Side Marker Light: 5 W
Turn the bulb sockets 45 º counterclockwise to remove the bulbs.
If you're removing the taillamps with the bumper off there are 3 nuts and screws that hold the taillight to the rear panel of the car that have to come off from the inside of the trunk. Remove the nuts and screws, then remove the taillight.