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Old 09-25-2021, 04:37 PM   #1
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Tail Light removal 2011 Via

No visible screws and no access to the sockets from the inside. I can see two self tapping screws on the inside holding the lights on. I assume the plastic bezel snaps off giving access to the lens for re-lamping?
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Old 09-26-2021, 12:42 PM   #2
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So I was able to carefully pry the bezel off with a small screwdriver and a plastic trim tool to reveal 2 mounting screws, however the lights are self contained LED with no replaceable lamps. This light was used on many Winnebago motorhomes like View/Navion etc. and was made by Glo Brite but Googling the part numbers came up with multiple "No Longer Available" results. I finally found some at vehiclelight.com that look and measure identical to the Glo Brites and I ordered both brake/tail and both amber turn signal as 3 out of my 4 lights had multiple burned out sections of LEDs. If anyone in the future comes here looking for how to remove, carefully insert a small screwdriver into the top part between the bezel and the lens and lift just enough to allow a plastic trim tool then carefully pry till it pops off.
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Too bad about the manufacturer bailing on owners like that. If it were mine, I'd pull it apart and replace the bad LEDs but I have the equipment, and components.
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Old 10-04-2021, 06:06 PM   #4
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Installed the new ones today, found them at vehiclelights.com. They are exactly like the originals and fit perfectly, plus I got shiny new bezels to replace my faded ones.
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Tried to find them on the website. Do you have a part number or link? Thanks!
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Tried to find them on the website. Do you have a part number or link? Thanks!
Try this: https://vehiclelight.com/ledstli.html scroll down 13-14 rows
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