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Anyone know of any videos or picture instructions on how to remove the tail light assembly on the 2019+ blazer? I would like to replace the bulbs of the brake lights and back up lights with LEDs and want to know what I am getting myself into before I start. Don't want to break anything.

I looked up and down youtube and google and could not find anything that showed the information I need.

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Brakes are already LED correct?

Nope. Thay are not LED. At least not on my 2019 RS and the other 2019s or 2020s I have seen on the road.

I saw that video you posted but it starts with all the stuff already removed which is not very helpful. Seems to focus more on the bumper part and already has the tail lights removed
 

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Take off the black “dummy” part as he called it and pull it straight out...that’s what I gather
 

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Anyone know of any videos or picture instructions on how to remove the tail light assembly on the 2019+ blazer? I would like to replace the bulbs of the brake lights and back up lights with LEDs and want to know what I am getting myself into before I start. Don't want to break anything.

I looked up and down youtube and google and could not find anything that showed the information I need.

Thank you,
So you would have to take off the black cover where the tail light is then there are 2 screws. Once they are off wiggle the whole tail light housing out and the bulb will be a 7444. Make sure you get a bulb with a load resistor so won’t get hyper flash.
 

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The reverse bulbs are accessible via the inside panels of the lift gate. I tried several times to remove the tail lamp assembly but gave up for fear of breaking it. I believe a small suction cup would help, attaching to the outside, near the front of the lamp then pulling straight back.
 
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