Re: Removing rear taillight surrounds to plasti-dip.
Not a difficult job for the most patrt. Before I go any further I would like to say that if you are interested I am selling OEM gloss black SRT bezels if you would rather go that route. $165 shipped priority.
Pop the rear hatch, for the outer lamps you will see two push pins for each housing. Use two flat head screw drivers to pry those out, then simply work the housing straight backwards. It will eventually give as the front most part of the housing is held in by a push pin kind deal. The lamps on the inner housing require removal of the inner interior liftgate trim piece. Do NOT remove that inner access panel as it is not necessary, plus I found the clips break very easily. I found the easiest way to get this panel off is get your fingers between the glass and plastic panel and simply start pulling. One of the clips will eventually give and just work your way around. There are NO screws whatsoever. Once those are out there are two connectors for the lights on that panel. Once thats out its just 4 10mm bolts for the inner housings to be removed.
Remember, there is one screw holding each tail light bezel on, its a very small torx bit, then the rest is double sided taped on. One side of each bezel is also held in place by the bezel end wrapping around so be careful as you are loosening the double sided tape that you dont crack the bezel. I may have made it seem more difficult than it is, but its not bad. I did it for the first time recently with no issues whatsoever and didnt break a single thing. if you are interested in my SRT bezels shoot me a PM, I can ship today, and they will look more complete and finished than plasti-dip.
Hope this helps.
2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee High Altitude, Bright White, V6, HK audio