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Change a rear window brake light on a 2001 lumina

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Sould be a few screws there to un loosen,,,Find them and do it

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REMOVAL PROCEDURE
  1. Open the rear compartment lid.
  2. Rotate the high-mounted stoplamp socket(s) counterclockwise to release from the high-mounted stoplamp.
  3. Remove the bulb(s) from the socket(s).
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
  1. Install the bulb(s) to the high-mounted stoplamp socket(s).
  2. Install the lamp socket(s) to the high-mounted stoplamp, then rotate clockwise to secure.
  3. Close the rear compartment lid.

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