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How do you get to the front passenger blinker to change

I can't get access to change freaking bulb on the passenger side turn signal.

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  • fineprice100 May 11, 2010

    im not sure about that exact vehical but you may need to go in from under side behind bumper

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On the 2004 grand cherokee, you have to remove the bolt that hold the light in. if you open the hood and look at the headlight, there is a bolt that go all of the way through the headlight, remove it and gently pull out on the whole assembly.

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