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Old 06-17-2008, 04:52 PM   #1
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Default Brake light reflector screws?

My left brake light bulb is apparently burned out, so I need to get in to it.
The places where I presume the reflector screws are are covered by some sort o little white plastic/metal tabs, with no apparent way to remove them to get at the screws.

Is anyone familiar with this situation-can I just pry these white doodads off and find the screws?

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Old 06-18-2008, 08:37 AM   #2
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Hey tapelgan,

I would bet those white tabs are plugs. The reflectors on my trailer are snap on, so I can not say for sure. I would grab a very small flat blade screw driver or an exacto knife and see if one of those tabs can be popped out. We really need to find a source that had exploded assembly drawings of these trailers. I am going to start searching and see what I can uncover. In the mean time I'd try a little prying and see what happens. If you take it slowly and it starts to crack, use a little silicone to seal it up. I PM'd you one other suggestion.

Later man!
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