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help on taking out factory tailights

i 'm trying to take out the end pieces on my tailights.
I unscrewed everything bu the lights won't come out
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are you sure you've taken out all of the screws? If so, I had the same problem but, I went ahead and yanked the stock tail lights out. Just give it little tugs and see if it lossens. I thought that I broke them cause they made this loud a$$ breaking noise. Everything was fine though. It was a big pain though 4 door tail light conversions are hard. Oh yeah, did you get the screw that is under the bumper? Hope this helped. GOOD LUCK
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<< i 'm trying to take out the end pieces on my tailights.
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Personally i would unhook all the bulbs first. Then there will be FOUR 8mm nuts to loosen on the back of the taillight assembly. They then will come right out.


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have you tried SEARCHING for your answer?
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