96 camry tail light removal

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Old 07 Feb 2005, 03:26 pm   #1 (permalink)
stevef
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Default 96 camry tail light removal

i need to change the side light (rear) on my 96 camry. i removed the 3 or 4
small bolts from inside the trunk, but the light fixture would not come
loose.

is there something else holding the tail light fixture?


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Old 07 Feb 2005, 03:58 pm   #2 (permalink)
Travis Jordan
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Default Re: 96 camry tail light removal

stevef wrote:
> is there something else holding the tail light fixture?


What does the owner's manual say about it?


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Old 08 Feb 2005, 08:24 am   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: 96 camry tail light removal

What does the owner's manual say about it?
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That's the way you do it.
Double check the manual to be sure you're folowing the correct
procedure, and when you're certain - pull harder.
Often, first time removing they are tight.
Being tightly fitted is a good thing.
Often there is a water seal to a rubber gasket at the leading edge.

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Old 08 Feb 2005, 09:38 am   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: 96 camry tail light removal

oops-you're right. I should have checked the owners manual first.

i just assumed that the owners manual would not include this type of info.
some will, some won't.

i will check the manual, but thanks for the replies.

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What does the owner's manual say about it?
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That's the way you do it.
Double check the manual to be sure you're folowing the correct
procedure, and when you're certain - pull harder.
Often, first time removing they are tight.
Being tightly fitted is a good thing.
Often there is a water seal to a rubber gasket at the leading edge.


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