Can someone provide a blowup of the rear tailight assembly?

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    bolivarshagnasty Gold Member

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    Challenger Hellcat, though I'm sure it's the same on all 15 models. Looking to remove the taillight assembly that attaches to the trunk. Removed 4 thumbscrews underneath the lid, plastic outer covers, and two screws under those covers. Feels like something in the center is still holding me from removing. Trying to come up with a solution for all of the water that gets in the taillight assembly when washing the car. Thanks in advance for any help. Shag
     
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    Any of you guys that work for FCA? Anyone?
     
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    Inner Combination Lamp

    1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

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    2. Open the decklid to access and remove the close out panel cover (1) on both sides on each side of the decklid.

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    3. Remove the inboard screw (1) on each side of the decklid.

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    4. Remove two push pins (2) and four plastic wing-nuts (1).


    5. Pull the lamp applique out far enough to disconnect the wiring harness connection.

    6. Remove the lamp applique from the vehicle.
     
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    You da man, funky! Didn't realize those were push pins. That's what was holding me from removing. Thanks!!
     

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