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Replacing brake lights on 04 Pontiac Montana

I just bought new bulbs for my van, how do I put them in, (can't find the manual).


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Re: Replacing brake lights on 04 Pontiac Montana

Open the tailgate. There should be ~2 screws on the inner edge of the light housing. Take those out. Then this may take some time to figure out but you should be able to pop out the entire light housing. Try moving it up, down, left right. Whichever works. It may take more pressure than you would think. Don't put too much pressure on it, the clips will break if your not careful. Once you get the housing out the lights may be clipped or screwed into the back of the housing. the rest should be self explanatory. Good luck.

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