How do you replace the tail light gasket on a Toyota Echo

Asked by Jan 30, 2017 at 11:07 AM about the 2002 Toyota ECHO 2 Dr STD Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Water leaking in around right tail light.  Cannot figure out to
remove only the lens cover.

6 Answers

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do you mean leaks into trunk, or leaks into the taillight??

Should have been clearer. The water is running into the trunk.

2,670

remove taillight assembly, there are bolts behind it inside the trunk if the gasket seems ok, apply a bead of sealant on the perimeter and reinstall

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OK. Thanks. Just wondering if there is any way to remove just the lens cover from the outside of the vehicle w/out taking out the entire assembly.

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if you try to split the t-lite assembly you probably end up breaking it

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This is what my husband was afraid of. Thank you so much for taking time to respond. The Echo has been a great little car except for this problem.

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