8. with all the nuts removed, the light should be ready to pop out. Slide the wire grommet through the hole so that it is outside of the vehicle.
9. You should now be able to completely remove the tail light now (along with the wiring)
10. Unplug the light socket housings (there will be four for each tail light), by turning them until they simply pop out.
11. With the old harness out now, you can pop out the old bulbs, and just slide them into the new harness. (Or, you could use new bulbs if you desire)
12. With the bulbs in the new sequential harness, time to put the new kit in the tail light. Simply just twist the new bulbs into the tail lights.Note:*1 is for the innermost socket, 2 is for the middle socket, and 3 is for the outermost socket, and BU is for the back up light*Note:Either new sequential harness can be used for either the left / right. Just make sure the 1, 2, 3, and BU lights are properly placed. *The new sequential harness is labeled 1, 2,3, and BU.*
13. With the new sequential harness in the tail lights, it’s now time to reinstall everything. Slide the new harness back into the trunk grommet, and plug it back into the tail light plug. Now would be a good time to test the kit, so plug back up the battery, and try her out!
Note:Make sure both tail lights are plugged in when testing* If everything is looking good, continue on. If not, make sure all bulbs are in snug / the right socket.*
14. Now to put everything back together. Slide the tail lights back into the housing, and put the 4 nuts for each side back on. The tail light housing should be snug in place again. With the tail light harness plugged into the connector again, the trunk liner can come back in. So in reverse order as you took them out, put back in the trunk liner, the two cargo net hooks, and finally the cargo trim (with the trim in place, just push the pins in).
15. With everything back in order, you are ready to hit the road and show off your new lights!