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Mud behind the tail lights.

This is a fix for the JK's

A hole in the bottom of the jeep will shoot mud up and behind both of the rear tail lights.

First remove the tail lights The 2 screws only on the right side of the left light and the left side of the right light. Then clean out the cavity well!

Left side out.

Right side out.

Next you see the hole on each side.

Left side hole.

Then place a piece of rubber over the holes.

Next fill with Marine low expansion foam.

Left side full up to the tag wires and don't get any on the gas breather.

Right side about half way up.

Let cure, reconnect wires to lights and screw back in..


Left rear done!

Now no more mud or stuff will go up into the holes and rot out behind your tail lights..

I got the marine low expansion foam from a boat repair house. It is made to breath and will not let water stay in but keep dirt out!

2007 JK 4 Door, 33" BF Goodrich MTKs, River Raider Ram Air Snorkel System, Cool Tech Exhaust, 410 Gears, Front & Rear Lockers with OX covers, 2.5" Suspension Lift with Heavy Duty Gas Shocks, Piaa Yellow Ion Fog Lights, Custom Built Steel Front Ram Bumper with White Fog Lights, 10,000 lbs Front & Rear Removable Winch, Garmin Jeep Trail Guide Navigation System with Topo, Sirius Satellite 6 disk in dash changer Infinity 7 speakers with sub system, Full Rubber Floors and Custom Fit Neoprene Seat Covers.

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