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suzuki forensa wagon: how doI remove the taillight assembly

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how doI remove the taillight assembly in a 2005 suzuki forensa wagon, I have partof side iside panel loose and can touch the two plastic nuts or whatever they are
Hello, I am Randall. I have reviewed your question and working on it now.

This is a wagon? not a notchback or hatchback model?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.


the wagon is done with gate open and removing the screws shown

Unsure if you have located them

Pic below

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

thats been done


then you have to kind of wiggle and pull as it has some pins of sorts into grommets
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

do you mean to pull on it and those pins will come out of the gromets and the tail light will be free, these pins are in a pressure type fitting holding the pins ?

There are only the 2 screws on a wagon, the notchback is held by 4 nuts

yes,,you have to kind ofpull,liitle on an angle and will come free
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

it's out, thank you....way too simple

Told ya! :) gladyou got it

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