Tail light replacement

Asked by Jun 20, 2009 at 11:20 PM about the 2004 Jeep Liberty Limited 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So how does the right rear tail light come off to change the bulbs on a 2004

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1. Open Door 2. Remove the two screws inside the door jam securing the tail light. 3. After removing the two screws pull the tail light straight back. There are two clips that hold it in pretty good. Pull steady but not aggressively. 4. Change light bulbs, by twisting and removing the light socket. Note: This isn't really hard just I was reluctant at first after I took off the two screws, but it finally just popped loose. I changed the bulbs and snapped it back in put the screws on and done.

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you need a 15-T Torx bit.

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