GMC Terrain: Bulb Replacement / License Plate Lamp

GMC Terrain. License Plate Lamp

Lamp Assembly

GMC Terrain. License Plate Lamp

Bulb Assembly

  1. Bulb Socket
  2. Bulb
  3. Lamp Assembly

To replace one of these bulbs:

  1. Open the liftgate partway. See Liftgate.
  2. Push the lamp assembly outboard to remove.
  3. Pull the lamp assembly down to remove it from the liftgate.
  4. Turn the bulb socket (1) counterclockwise to remove it from the lamp assembly (3).
  5. Pull the bulb (2) straight out of the bulb socket (1).
  6. Push the replacement bulb straight into the bulb socket and turn the bulb socket clockwise to install it into the lamp assembly.
  7. Push the lamp assembly into the liftgate engaging the clip side first.
  8. Push on the lamp side opposite the clip until the lamp assembly snaps into place.

    Taillamps

    To replace one of these lamps: Open the liftgate. See Liftgate. Remove the two screw caps and two screws from the taillamp assembly. Pull the taillamp assembly out of the vehicle body...

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