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Old 06-05-2017, 10:38 PM   #1
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Tail Lights

Anybody know how to change the tail lights on a 2006 holiday rambler Neptune I don't see any screws or a way to get to it from the back so I am assuming they just pry off is that true?
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Old 06-06-2017, 04:31 AM   #2
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Most motorhomes and some 5th wheels are using light assemblies from automobiles. These days, to get at the bulbs of most automotive light assemblies you remove the socket from the rear by turning the socket 1/4 turn.
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Bart.....there is a DOT number embossed on the lens. Google the number and it will come up with the car or truck those came off of, like a 1999 Dodge. You'll get a bunch of aftermarket responses with photos. Once you find it, look at a new one and see how it's attached.
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I looked at a couple 2006 Neptunes on line, and it appears as if they use the same taillights as our coach. Those come from a 2002-2006 Ram 1500 truck. Our owners manual has a couple pages describing how to remove the housings, etc. (a copy of the pages is below). Perhaps your manual has similar pages.
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Thanks everyone I think I got my answer
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