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browneyedchikk Aug 22, 9:37pm - #38562 

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remove taillight?

ok i finally unscrewed all three bolts from the taillights...now i cant remove the taillight from the trunk... there is wiring connected through this little white piece and i don't know how to remove it? i just dont want to mess up the wiring and damage anything eeeeh! any helpp????

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VSGTS14 Aug 22, 9:53pm - #38563 

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just unscrew the bolts...unplug the wiring from it...and it should just slide off.

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tony Aug 22, 10:34pm - #38564 

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no need to remove the wire harness. Just twist the bulbs out. There are 3 of them. They are a lot easier to remove.

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VSGTS14 Aug 22, 11:03pm - #38565 

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Originally Posted by tony
no need to remove the wire harness. Just twist the bulbs out. There are 3 of them. They are a lot easier to remove.


were you talking to me when I said unplug the wires or what she said?

yea unplug them from the light...or twist, which ever term you like grin grin thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup

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Satoshi Aug 22, 11:05pm - #38566 
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browneyedchikk Aug 22, 11:08pm - #38567 

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haha ok thanks you guys!! i got them off...i sprayed them once...looks like a perfect match but maybe ill do one more...muahhahhaa

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browneyedchikk Aug 22, 11:15pm - #38568 

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ok crap...i got two hollow spots on my left light and i need to do it over...what is denatured alcohol and where can i get it? can i just use rubbing alcohol or anything else? thanks for all the input!

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VSGTS14 Aug 22, 11:20pm - #38569 

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I don't understand what you are doing to your tail lights or trunk?

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browneyedchikk Aug 22, 11:22pm - #38570 

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oooh oops lol i am REDDING my taillights...sorry i forgot to mention that...

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VSGTS14 Aug 22, 11:25pm - #38571 

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ohhhhhh ok... grin
why not just buy those TYC Red out tails? they look sooooo incredibly nice.

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tony Aug 22, 11:26pm - #38572 

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You can get the alcohol at homedepot

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browneyedchikk Aug 22, 11:28pm - #38573 

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will methyl or ethyl alcohol work? because i know isopropyl isn't volatile enough...eeeek home depot is like 1 hour drive from here...

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