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1970 tail lamp ?

Any way to disassemble this taillamp assembly, with out destroying it? I would like to pull the electrical wires out without cutting them? I am adding LED tail lamps but do NOT want to cut the factory wires, or destroy the housing IF possible.

Any ideas? The plastic socket appears to have no screws or fasteners to disassemble it.
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Re: 1970 tail lamp ?

If you want to pull the guts out of the socket, you'll have to cut the ends off the wires.

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