i am trying to install a hitch and flat 4 pin connector for my trailer but i have no idea how to remove the rear lights to plug in the wires, any one know how?
thanks for your response, turns out you dont actaully have to have the bumper off to get the tail lights off, but you do need to take alot of the interior fabric out on the drivers side to acess this wing nut looking thing with a flat head imprint in the middle which releases the break lights. the type of wiring thing i had plugged driectly into wehre the lights did it was a real hassle but it does fit. im surprised theres literally nothing on the internet about removing tthese rear tail lights jaguar f pace 2018 lol thank youI'm 99% sure you need to fully remove the bumper for this, or completely remove the side panel surrounds in the boot. I've included the tow hitch directions that I used to remove the rear bumper from my F-Pace to install the hitch. once the bumper cover is removed, I think the lights will come out via a couple of bolts. However, if you have a light relay kit these directions tell you where to splice into the wiring harness under the spare tire and next to the fuse box on the right side of the boot. That may be your easiest way to get to the signal you need.
Tow Hitch Install directions
i had it off to install the aftermarket hitch actually, for anyone reading if you do take the bumper off be sure to have a ratchet with a fitting for a torx or phillips screw tip. if you dont lift the car it is very difficult if not downright imporssible to accessthese screws with a traditional screw driver or gun, i only go to it by some very creative means. linking those extenders together like 4 of them and having one only half in so it became a jerry rigged swivel screw driver lolI'm glad you were able to figure it out and didn't have to remove the bumper. It isn't a hard job, but it is tedious. Quite a few bolts in hard to get to places.