Q: changing a reverse light bulb it the trunk lid of a 2003 impala ?

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How is this done ?

My car has 48900 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

To change the lights, you’ll have to remove the 8 or 10 wing nuts on the inside of the trunk lid holding in the rear light cover on. Remove the cover and the light bulbs are exposed so you can replace them by turning them counter clockwise.

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