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It's pretty easy. Just use a screwdriver to pry it open.
 

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Thanks for the helpful write up! Just recently purchased a 2009 Mazda 6 GT v6 about a month ago and I used this to put in the puddle lights today!
 

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Just an update for anyone looking into this thread... If you don't feel comfortable breaking your puddle lights and then gluing them back together, VLEDs has a direct replacement specifically for the 2nd Gen Mazda 6. It's supposed to be plug-and-play but I haven't tried it myself (I did this thread's DIY years ago).

Link to the product page: TOYOTA MAZDA PUDDLE LIGHT
Or just search for the part number TM_PUDDLE

At $60 a pair, they're not cheap and I'd still go the DIY route...
 

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Wow, thanks for that.

My passenger side mod acts up from time to time when it's really cold outside and was looking to replace it. But they're no longer available.
 

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At $60 a pair, they're not cheap and I'd still go the DIY route...
They may not be cheap, but I've had VLEDs products since 2011, and I've always been very impressed with their quality products and customer service.

If I wasn't seriously thinking of upgrading to an '18, I wouldn't hesitate ordering a set to replace my current puddle lights.

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