2007 – 2012 Nissan Altima Brake Light Bulb Replacement Guide!

2007 – 2012 Nissan Altima Brake Light Bulb Replacement Guide!

Welcome to the Trick Shift Garage! In this video, we’ll show you how to replace the brake light bulb on a 2007 to 2012 Nissan Altima! It uses a 3157 bulb and the only tools that you will need is a flat head screw driver and an 8 mm wrench or socket. In a nutshell, you just have to remove the trunk liner out of the way to access the 2 – 8 mm nuts holding the brake light assembly in place. Once those two are off, CAREFULLY pull the tail light assembly out, there will be 3 push-pins that you will have to coax out of their homes. Then, when the assembly is separated, just pull out the brake light bulb and pop in the new one. Putting it all back together is just the reverse of removal. If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment below, and as always, thanks for watching!

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@bianclerthehonkler says:

thank you sir! you helped me girlboss my way through replacing my brake light

@schmakyle649 says:

Wow very easy!

@jarrettprice3589 says:

This was amazing! I. Bought a 2010 in 2024 and this was a life saver. I saved $150! Thanks

@martinezexoticbulls1197 says:

All my lights work except brake lights, stop lamp fuse is good and I've replaced stop light switch. Any suggestions

@vinhta3832 says:

Thanks a lot for the video, it helps. cheers!

@sba79 says:

❤❤You are a savior. I just fixed the brake light on my 07 Altima in under 10 mins

@bldshd189 says:

Whatever happened to if it ain’t broke don’t fix it… not talking about the lightbulb but the way of replacing it..

@qcstoked1352 says:

Great guide brother, much appreciated!

@operationblackout9306 says:

Thank you for the help I managed to fix my moms brake light

@Godwuss says:

Thank you! all your videos help me so much.

@carlost1978 says:

Thanks for you help

@noelhuerta8309 says:

Thank you sir

@TwiceA562 says:

Thank you for doing this I would have never been able to figure it out

@ricksmith9422 says:

Thanks for the calm voice heading out now to do the job

@LightningFlamez says:

Thanks bud this was very helpful

@dreads907 says:

Perfect video only had to watch up to 2:40 min mark appreciate it man

@anthonycsloan6244 says:

Awesome great!!! Thanks

@1977godzilla says:

Seems simple enough. I like your approach. Thanks for saving me some labor cost.

@jordanWAH says:

Thanks for this. Older cars are easy enough to mostly look and see how they come apart. Now they hide everything

@penkeyador503 says:

Thank you sir, your videos are always nice, simple and effective. Way to go!

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