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1. Remove the inner fender
2. Disconnect the 3p connector from the front turn signal/side marker light.
3. Turn the bub socket ( 45 degree ), counterclockwise to remove the bulb.
4. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of removal.
Yes, I'm not a mechanic, but it is easy. There are clamps you'll have to remove after taking off the guard in the front.
You'll need small hands and make sure not to touch the bulb with your fingers when installing.
Rear combination light assembly contains three bulbs. Two bulbs are single-filament and are used in hazard/turn signal and backup light circuits. Third bulb is a dual filament bulb; one filament functions as brake light and other as tail light. A plastic bulb holder mounts three lamps and associated wiring. Bulb holder can be removed from inside vehicle for bulb replacement
Hi stan, 3 and 4 just sound like a bulb remove the instriment pack and try two new bulbs. 2 is the one to think abount i think this is only one led bulb if you move the lever does the light flash, there is a setting for this D