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Hello everyone, 93 es300, need to get to the connectors for the rear speakers, but cannot figure out how to remove the third stoplight, the FSM does not say anything, so I figured it must be easy....... hmmmmmmmm any advice is appreciated.

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Hello everyone, 93 es300, need to get to the connectors for the rear speakers, but cannot figure out how to remove the third stoplight, the FSM does not say anything, so I figured it must be easy....... hmmmmmmmm any advice is appreciated.

The third (center) brake light housing just snaps into place with two friction clips. So, to remove it just pull the whole housing forward, away from the rear window. You'll probably need a tool (something with a hook on it - some have recommended a paint can lid opener) to slip under the housing and then pull on it, first on one side and then the other. It should come loose without too much difficulty.

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Hello everyone, 93 es300, need to get to the connectors for the rear speakers, but cannot figure out how to remove the third stoplight, the FSM does not say anything, so I figured it must be easy....... hmmmmmmmm any advice is appreciated.

The third (center) brake light housing just snaps into place with two friction clips. So, to remove it just pull the whole housing forward, away from the rear window. You'll probably need a tool (something with a hook on it - some have recommended a paint can lid opener) to slip under the housing and then pull on it, first on one side and then the other. It should come loose without too much difficulty.

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Hello everyone, 93 es300, need to get to the connectors for the rear speakers, but cannot figure out how to remove the third stoplight, the FSM does not say anything, so I figured it must be easy....... hmmmmmmmm any advice is appreciated.

The third (center) brake light housing just snaps into place with two friction clips. So, to remove it just pull the whole housing forward, away from the rear window. You'll probably need a tool (something with a hook on it - some have recommended a paint can lid opener) to slip under the housing and then pull on it, first on one side and then the other. It should come loose without too much difficulty.

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Thanks for the help, thats what I figured, but with parts as expensive as they are I did not want to break something I will try the paint can opener will let you know later how it works. Thanks again.....

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