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    Jan 3, 2007, 04:59 PM
    Changing Stop Lights: 96 Camry
    :confused: How do you remove the tail light assembly to change a brake light on my 96 Camry sedan?
    Do I unscrew the metal covering on inside of trunk?
    Thanks.
    Duh - :rolleyes:
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    Jan 7, 2007, 09:42 PM
    If you unclip the trunk liner, there will be two 8 or 10mm nuts holding it in place. To the quarter panel side, you'll see 2 nylon tabs sticking through. Pull the tail light assy towards you, then bang it towards the side of the car you're working on. It will pop loose from those 2 nylon tabs. Twist and pull the light socket. Takes a 1157 bulb.

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