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  1. Lift door tail light - see photo

    Take a gander at the photo. Inside part fell off. I assume this comes apart and can be glued? I don't want to break it even more! See how the round piece inside has fallen backwards. Anyone here have this problem? Fix with Silicone? Epoxy? Crazy Glue? Bubble Gum? mecanical-idiot
  2. The LED light on one of my 2014 Journey's tail lights is not working. I can't afford to spend $150+ for a new LED assembly. Kinda expensive for a single light bulb. But I can get complete replacement assemblies for the car made for 'normal' light bulbs for one-third the price. My question is, can I use the 'old fashioned' bulbs directly with the existing wiring? Or is the LED wiring at the plug a different voltage for the LED...?? Thanks....!!!