Rear Backup Lamp And Turn Signal Lamps

1. Open the trunk.

2. Remove the trunk trim by removing the grocery hook (using a T-20 torque driver or similar tool), remove the fastener, and pull back the weather strip.

3. Pull back the trunk liner to gain access to the tail lamp wing nuts.

4. Remove the three wing nuts from the back of the tail lamp assembly.

5. Pull the tail lamp assembly away from the vehicle enough to access the electrical connector.

6. Push the electrical connector locking tab to the side.

7. Disconnect the electrical connector.

8. Continue removing lamp from vehicle in order to access the bulb(s).

9. Turn the appropriate bulb and socket assembly counterclockwise to remove it from the tail lamp assembly.

10. Disconnect the bulb from the socket assembly and install the replacement bulb.

11. Reinstall the bulb and socket assembly into the tail lamp assembly, and then turn it clockwise.

12. Reinstall the tail lamp assembly, fasteners, electrical connector, and trunk trim.

13. Close the trunk.

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