Tail Light Housings
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What are tail light housings?
Tail light housings are the plastic or metal cases that hold the brake and reverse lights on the back of a vehicle. They are designed to protect the lights from debris and the elements.
What is the purpose of tail light housings?
Tail light housings are designed to protect the brake and reverse lights from debris and the elements, and to make them visible to other drivers.
How can I tell if my tail light housings are faulty?
You can tell if your tail light housings are faulty if the brake or reverse lights fail to turn on or off, the lights appear dimmer than usual, or if the housings are cracked or broken.
Can faulty tail light housings cause damage?
Yes, faulty tail light housings can cause damage to the brake and reverse lights, as well as to other parts of the vehicle.
How do I replace tail light housings?
To replace tail light housings, you will need to:
- Disconnect the negative battery cable
- Remove the old tail light housings
- Install the new tail light housings
- Reconnect the negative battery cable