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Hi there I posted a new question regarding the issue of my blinker problem.
It seems that you have to pull the whole headlight assembly off to access the turn signal bulb. The question is now how do you do that? I for the life of me cannot figure it out. By the way there is no access from under the bumper. Thanks though. If you know how the darn thing comes off, that would be really helpful.

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The headlamp assy. actually snaps into place. With a screwdriver very carefully pry the headlamp assy out on the top. The assy. will make a snapping noise, don't woory you did not break anything.

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