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Brake light over rear door on 1996 gmc jimmy

Is there a bulb to replace and how do i do it?

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No, you have to replace the whole unit. Go to ebay and they have em' on their for a reasonable price.

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1996 GMC Jimmy no brake lite put in 30 amp and it works

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