How do I open Rear Tail Light compartment to replace bulb? Owners manual shows 2 philips screws. Covered just pops off?

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Asked by Nov 04, 2007 at 11:31 AM about the 1995 Toyota Camry DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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NO,open trunk and you will see plastic type plugs with twist off knuts remove and pull out whole light assembly,also in some toyota,s is a flip up cover and bulbs are in a pop out white plastic box look in trunk and you eill see eather one .

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Thanks Papa. I did finally figure it out. I opened the trunk, pulled the anchors out of the sound insulation / liner of the trunk behind the light, and pulled the insulation away. This exposed 2 small bolts (one with a grounding wire exposed). I removed the bolts and the light housing came loose but not free. I had to force 2 plastic anchors to free up the light housing. Replacing the bulb was a snap. Then, putting it back was a little more difficult because one of the plastic anchors was attached to a loose fitting which kept falling off as I tried to replace it. But, I finally succeeded. Thanks for you help!

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