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To remove the tail lights screws can be located in 2 places on the outside of the vehicles there is 3 to 4 screws to be removed or 3 to 4 screws may be located on the inside or back of the light. Remove these screws and the tail light assembly should become free. Remove and replace with new tail light and tighten the screws back down and your done.

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