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WE bought a 1994 Fleetwood South winds Class A Motore home. The rear clearance lights are no good rusted and falling apart. From what I can see is thay are screwed on from the inside of the coache. the ones I bought are LED. How can I get the old ones off, because I do not see any screws on the inside any place? Also the new one have one wire and thay need to be grounded.

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Some clearance lights are riveted or it will have screws under the lens. There should be no screws hidden from the back side.

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The LED clearance lights that I have seen can be ordered with one or two wires. You need the two wire lights.

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5 in 1 or plastic chisel. Might be glued on if there are no screws.
Do yourself a giant favor and insure the light is properly waterproofed. Seen a few coaches take water in from leaky running lights on the front/rear.

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