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How to Change Third Brake Light?

Can't figure it out. please advise

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you have to pull down the headliner inside right behind the 3rd brake light,and then i think you need a 10mm socket with an extension for the 2 10mm nuts holding it onto the cab,then hop into the bed pull it out and unplug the light from the harness.been a long time since i pulled the light out,if i'm wrong i know someone will be along to correct me.



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you have to pull down the headliner inside right behind the 3rd brake light,and then i think you need a 10mm socket with an extension for the 2 10mm nuts holding it onto the cab,then hop into the bed pull it out and unplug the light from the harness.been a long time since i pulled the light out,if i'm wrong i know someone will be along to correct me.
thanx. got it out.

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glad it worked out for you



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