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Open the trunk. In the left corner where the lamp assembly is, you should see two screw covers that cover the screws holding in the lamp assembly.


Remove these covers to find the screws, and unscrew them to pull the taillamp assembly out of the vehicle body. Disconnect the lamp wiring harness, turn the bulb socket counterclockwise to pull out the socket, revealing the light bulb. Then pull the bulb right out of the socket and replace it with a new bulb.

Replace the socket, turning it clockwise. Replace the taillight assembly. Check that the taillamp assembly tab, located at the bottom of the taillamp assembly, is aligned to the facia bracket before securing the screws.

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  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Open the trunklid.
  3. Remove the quarter trim panel.
  4. Remove the three retaining nuts for the taillamp assembly.
  5. Carefully pull the rear lamp assembly away from the vehicle.
  6. Detach the bulb(s) socket electrical connector.
  7. Rotate the bulb(s) socket counterclockwise approximately 1/4 of a turn and remove the socket from the lamp assembly.
  8. Remove the bulb(s) from the socket by pulling the bulb straight out.
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Remove the trim clip center retainer and...


... remove the clip from the trim


Remove the trim from the trunk


Carefully pull back the trim to access the taillamp retaining nuts. Remove the retaining nuts and...


... pull the taillamp away from the body to...


... detach the connectors for the taillamp bulbs and...


... rotate the bulb sockets from the taillamp assembly


Pull the bulb straight out to remove it from the socket

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Rear Turn Signal, Brake & Parking Lights The taillamps, stoplamps and rear turn signals lamps are all incorporated into the rear taillamps. The taillamps are lit whenever the parking lamps or headlamps are in operation. The rear turn signal lamps flash with the front turn signal lamps whenever a turn is indicated with the turn signal/headlamp dimmer switch. The stoplamps light whenever the brake pedal is depressed and the stoplamp switch is closed.


The trim panel is likely held in place with retainers like this. Back out the screw to release tension on the pin legs and remove the fastener

The taillamp is retained by plastic wingnuts

Remove the plastic wing nuts from the taillamp housing

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The light that you see is the 'rear taillamp failure ' indicator. This light comes on when you have a burnt out brake or taillamp. A sensor in the trunk (driver side) looks after the operation of the rear bulbs,.

When checking the rear lamps for outages, please do not forget to look at the brake light in the rear window, it too is monitored by the rear lamp failure sensor.

Replace any burned out lightbulbs, and the sensor will shut off the light.

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I have had this experience myself. If the lamp is good try scraping the contacts inside the recepticle and raise the prongs on the lamp to make tighter contact. It worked for me.

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