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How do I change the front signal lights on a 1998 toyota corolla

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There is a screw on the top by the headlight.After that is off the corner light pops out forward most of the time they are hard to pop out and i use a screwdriver from the back side to pop it off the post that holds it.you'll see it towards the bottom close to the headlight

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