GMC Terrain: Stop/Tail/Turn Signal/ Sidemarker Lamp - Taillamps, Turn Signal, Sidemarker, Stoplamps, and Back-Up Lamps - Bulb Replacement - Vehicle Care - GMC Terrain Owner's ManualGMC Terrain: Stop/Tail/Turn Signal/ Sidemarker Lamp

To replace one of these lamps:

1. Open the liftgate. See Liftgate on page 2‑9.

2. Remove the two screw covers from the taillamp assembly.

3. Remove the two screws securing the taillamp assembly.

3. Remove the two screws securing the taillamp assembly.
4. Pull the taillamp assembly out of the vehicle body.
5. Disconnect the lamp wiring harness.

6. Turn the bulb socket counterclockwise and pull it out.

6. Turn the bulb socket counterclockwise and pull it out.
7. Pull the bulb straight out of the socket.
8. Install the new bulb.
9. Push the bulb socket in and turn it clockwise.
10. Reverse Steps 2 through 5 to reinstall the lamp assembly.

11. Verify that the taillamp assembly tab, located at the bottom of the taillamp

11. Verify that the taillamp assembly tab, located at the bottom of the taillamp assembly, is aligned to the facia bracket before securing with screws.

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