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Old 15-01-13
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Default Rear right side tail light removal

Hi fellow forumites,

My rear brake light is out and I tried to remove the right hand side light unit on the weekend without any success.

I took out the 2 screws that hold the light unit in place however due to the rear door hinged on that side it will not allow me to fully remove the unit so I can access the bulb inside.

Any advice on how to replace the brake light bulb would be greatly appreciated.

Mitsubishi service have quoted me $60 labour + cost of bulb for them to replace?

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The assembly can only be removed with the door closed after you have removed the 2 screws.
Pop the 2 rear catches then remove on an angle with door closed.
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I had this problem a month ago! Tried and tried and eventually got it fixed when the NT went in for a service. It was so frustrating!!
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Had the same problem 1 week ago. Phoned local MM service dept. After undoing 2 screws close the rear door then lever the lens housing from the RHS. There are 2 rubber bungs that clip into holes in the body which need a bit of persuasion to pop out if they haven't been removed for a while. then guide housing out around the edge of the rear door.

Replacement is just the opposite.

Hope this helps.

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What's with the right side tail lamp going bust on most Pajeros? My car has the tail lamp on the right not glowing when the brake is applied. Looks like i need to indulge in a similar exercise as above to replace it.
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Me too ... right side, and this is the second time !
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