I am replacing my 3rd break light. on 2007 Hyundai Sonata

Replacing my 3rd taillight ( the top one) on my 2007 hyundai sonada and this is turning into a bigger headache then I thought it would be. I have come to the conclusion that I need to take off the backseat trim and the dash from the back seat. So far I have been able to loosen most of it up however I am a little unsure and am hesitant being around the rear airbags without getting a real good look. Is disconnecting the battery enough to ensure these rear airbags won't accidentally be set off. Thanks for any help. I feel as though it is a rip off to have to pay $100 dollars to change a simple breaklight at the dealership. Also I have read random responses saying it should be simple and maybe for your model but not mine.

by in Lansdale, PA on August 13, 2013
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2 answers
ANSWER by , August 14, 2013
That panel over the center brake light should pop up giving access to the bulb.Book time is .4 to change.It should cost you under $40.00 to have it done.There are some good local shops in Lansdale instead of the Dealer.
ANSWER by , August 14, 2013
agree with ambler