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2008 Toyota Highlander Tail Light - Replacement - Replacement, Passenger Side, Amber, Clear & Red Lens, DOT/SAE Compliant, Direct fit

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TAIL LIGHT ASSEMBLY, AMBER/CLEAR/RED LENS

This Replacement OE Comparable Tail Light is DOT and SAE Approved and made from high grade materials at an affordable price.

Backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty -- Replacement brand parts are the most affordable solution for your replacement needs!

  • Series: Replacement
  • Location: Passenger Side
  • Color/Finish: Amber, Clear & Red Lens
  • Product Fit: Direct fit
  • Quantity Sold: Sold individually
  • Light Source: Halogen
  • Wiring Harness Included: Without wiring harness
  • Vehicle Body Type: Not Specified
  • Recommended Use: OE Replacement
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 business days
  • Assembly: With bulb(s)
  • Certification: DOT/SAE Compliant
  • Replaces OE Number: 8155148160
  • Replaces Partslink Number: TO2801173
  • Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
  • Fit note: Vehicle Made in Japan
This product fits the following Toyota Highlander submodels
  • 2008-2010: Base; 6 Cyl 3.5L;
  • 2008-2010: Limited; 6 Cyl 3.5L;

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Tail light assembly by adam, October 21, 2012

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The part fit fine. Had a hard time figuring out how to do it. Heres the low down:Replacing the whole rear tail light on the Highlander 2010 with 3rd row seat and similar model years is a bit of a pain. In order to get access to the tail light assembly the interior panels have to be pulled away from the area covering the light. The access panel for changing the lights certainly will not provide enough room as I have found doing the job this weekend. Hope this will save someone some time.The bumper will not need to be removed as might be the case with earlier models before 2008. With the tail gate open do the following. 1. Remove flooring this is covering over the jack tools the passenger side where the jack is stored and the opposite one on the drivers side. 2. Remove the jack and foam that holds it in place. This allows access to 2 plastic nuts. Remove them and then remove this whole plastic trayin. You will need to bend the tray and flex it a bunch to get it out from its location. It need to bend in to fit around the middle piece overlapping it. 3. Do same thing on drivers side. 4. Removing the above 2 mentioned traysins now gives access to the 2 nuts holding the whole middle trayin that has the jack tools in it. The nuts were covered by the 2 traysins just removed. Remove the 2 nuts and pull out this whole center trayin. 5. Now trim pieces can be removed starting with the center one at the tailgate. It pulls straight up and off. 6. The remaining interior pieces will not be fully removed. Only enough to provide access. 7. Start with the lower interior piece. Remove the rivet the was covered by the center piece removed in step 5. 8. This lower piece can be pried straight away but it is clipped into the upper piece so do so carefully. 9. Once the lower piece is remove you will see a bolt that afixes the upper piece to the body. Remove this and then pry this piece back. 10. There should now be access to the 2 nuts that hold the taillight assembly on. You will need a deep well 10mm socket for this. 11. Remove the 2 bolts and you can go out side to the rear and slide the taillight assembly off. 13. Remove the lights. There are 3 of them. They turn and pull out. 12. This was difficult for me to get it loose. So be sure to look at the one you have purchased to see how it slides into place. You want to do the opposite and it takes a good deal of pressure and hand tapping/banging to get it to work loose. Or at least in my case. 13. Speaking of opposite once you get this out. Do the opposite to install. Hope this save someone a good amount of time. It took me a good deal of trail and error to figure out how the heck to get the access to it and it is certainly not straight forward on how to do it.