It's a relatively simple job. I think you have to remove the rear wheel to get at the wheel well. Remove the port from the wheel well, pull the pins out of the broken port and insert them into the new unit.
Well I’m sure that was directed at me since I was in a thread with led FYI no one needs this car either yet here we are with the same car. I’m all about value if I can replace a burned out incandescent bulb with a brighter led that will last 10x longer for similar price why not? If you replace most bulb on this car you kinda want to do it just once it’s a pain in the a$$. My 2017 with just 22k has 3 of the 4 side markers that are burned out and a brake light that is smoky black so I’m sure it’s close to burned out I’m just going around replacing them with LED so I won’t have to again. It’s not like I bought a brand new car and decided to take all the bulbs out and replace em mine actually do but I want to do it just once.I think it is kind of ironic that people p*ss and moan about a $150 replacement part that they can replace themselves (when it can be >$1,000 from the dealership, yet those same people will pour money down the drain on trying all kinds of LED replacement lights on something that does not even need fixing.
For one it locks, second it does not stick out of the body it’s inverted in design and not sure how they do it but I’ve seen videos of people trying to kick it and break it in security cam videos and they weren’t able to I was astonished.How does Tesla accomplish that?