There are some videos on youtube that show the procedure. You have to remove some interior trim and the spoiler. The spoiler is held on by double sided tape.
Mine is out too so let me know if you are successful and what you did.
I've also read that the problem is that a solder joint breaks resulting in the light not working. Supposedly the solder joint is not difficult to repair. That's a lot cheaper than replacing the light. It's one assembly and isn't cheap. Shame that one can't just replace a bulb.
Yes thanks I watched that video a week ago. It was largely accurate except for telling me to remove three forward nuts on the spoiler. I found them when the spoiler came loose and the spoiler connection mounts broke.
Here are some pics.
Luckily I had plenty of automotive double sticky back body tape. I should be fine.
2005 with 183k+ miles. Replaced headers, radiator front shocks/ springs. Otherwise Factory!
I replaced mine with a chrome style LED from Amazon.
I was going to repair my OEM, but upon disasebly I ended up breaking the sides of the red lens.
They epoxy the crap out of it making it a challenge to disassemble without breaking.