Question about 2007 Jeep Commander Rocky Mountain
Open the liftgate, then look along the inside edge of the tail lamp. There should be a couple of fasteners holding the lamp in place. Pull those out, then pull directly backward on the tail lamp. At this point, the only things keeping the it in place are 2 nubs that are behind the tail lamp. You may need to use something (preferably not metal so as to keep from scratching the paint) to help pry the tail lamp backward away from the vehicle. This should be done along the forward-most edge of the tail lamp. There should be a soft popping noise when each nub is pulled out of the rubber socket.
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Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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