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What tools are needed to replace a tail light assembly??

I have a quick question and am hoping someone out there can be of assistance to me.

A friend of mine has a 2004 Jeep Liberty with a broken tailight assembly that I will be changing this weekend for her.

What I am needing to know is if there are any tools required and what they are?

This normally wouldn't be an issue but my toolbox will not be available to me so I will need to take them with me when I go over there.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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