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Old 05 Mar 2015, 11:50 am
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Default Back hatch storage light lens removal?

Need to replace the bulb and don't want to damage the lens cover, does it pry off?
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Old 05 Mar 2015, 12:01 pm
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Need to replace the bulb and don't want to damage the lens cover, does it pry off?

From Shop Manual

"REMOVAL
(1) Open liftgate.
(2) Remove jack storage door from right rear quarter trim panel.
(3) Remove jack and tool bag.
(4) Place right hand on stem of cargo lamp unit and pull downward until lens separates from the lamp unit.
(5) Pull cargo lamp unit through jack storage door opening to access bulb.
(6) Disconnect wire connector from cargo lamp unit.
(7) Pull bulb from unit socket.
INSTALLATION
(1) Push bulb into unit socket.
(2) Snap lens onto lamp unit.
(3) Move wire connector through lamp opening and connect wire connector to cargo lamp unit.
(4) Place cargo lamp unit into opening and apply hand pressure to seat lamp unit into rear quarter panel.
(5) Install jack and tool bag in the storage area.
(6) Install jack storage door to the right rear quarter trim panel.
(7) Close liftgate."
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Old 05 Mar 2015, 12:57 pm
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Old 10 Mar 2015, 01:45 am
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Default Re: Back hatch storage light lens removal?

Those rear courtesy lights can work great in the front too.





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Old 10 Mar 2015, 09:26 am
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It time for a new camera Jerry.

Since my last nice camera end up lost in the ocean and the replacement got dropped the old back up Sony Cyber shot having already taken 10k pictures use from it tends to produce "fuzzy" pictures half the time now.
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