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Autotrail rear light cluster

does any one know how to replace the bulbs in the rear light cluster on a AUTOTRAIL RB TRACKER
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A photograph would help. Lights change frequently and we don't even know the year of your van.

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As Alan said really need more detail, a picture and Year will help as we have a few AT owners here.

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does any one know how to replace the bulbs in the rear light cluster on a AUTOTRAIL RB TRACKER
Hopefully you will get a speedy answer but if not then try Autotrail. I had an Autotrail van and I needed their help when our puppy chewed a large amount of the interior bench seat and they were great!

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If you use Facebook a useful resource is the ‘Autotrail Owners Group’

It’s a closed group just answer a query re your interest and you’re in.

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On the Autotrail we had you had to pull the light covers off carefully. they were held in with spring type clips


Have a look at this post #12 https://forums.motorhomefacts.com/53...r-bulbs-2.html

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Hi thanks for replies my autotrail rb tracker is a 2013 and hopefuly there is a pic of the light cluster
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On the bottom of each lens should be a small rectangular gap that allows a flat screwdriver to press a clip holding the lens secure.

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hi thanks terry for your input/information much appreciated


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