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You will need a torx screwdriver. Open trunk, and on the side of trunk where light is, you will see 2 screws. Undo them and light casing will pop right out. Turn the round socket counter clockwise and viola! There's the bulb. Pull old bulb out and place new one in. . Test light and when putting the casing back in , make sure it goes in right before putting the screws back in. Good luck I hope this helps please rate this solution thanks
turn on the LEFT (fullt functioning ) turn signal ,
get out of the car and look at what lights are blinking in the front.
now turn on the right (broken) signal and note which lights are NOT blinking that had been on the fully functioning signal indicator.
Usually when the turnsignal blinks rapid this is a indicator that the turn signal bulbs is blown, you will need to check both the front and rear signal to see which is not working, and then change the blown bulb or bulbs.