How to Change a Toyota Tundra Brake Light


Burned-out brake lights are not a difficult thing to fix on your Toyota Tundra. All you have to do is remove the light cover, pull out the burned-out light bulb and replace it with a new one. You must have properly working brake lights when you are driving on the road. Your brake lights let other drivers know when you are stopping.

Things You'll Need

  • Screwdriver
  • New light bulb
  • Unscrew the screws that are securing the brake light cover to the body of the Tundra.

  • Pull the brake light cover off the body of the Tundra. Place the screws in the brake light cover and set it on the bed of the truck.

  • Pull the burned-out light bulb out of the light fixture and discard it.

  • Insert the new brake light bulb into the light fixture. Pump the Tundra's brakes to make sure the new bulb is working correctly.

  • Replace the brake light cover on the body of the Tundra and replace the screws.

Tips & Warnings

  • You can purchase the brake light bulbs specific for your Tundra at any auto parts store.

Related Searches


  • "Toyota Tundra and Sequoia 2000-2002 (Haynes Repair Manual);" Chilton; Jan 1, 2003
  • Photo Credit Hemera Technologies/ Images
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