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Blinker problem with 2006 F150 Crew Cab

I have a 2006 Ford F150 Crew Cab and the passenger side blinker in the mirror came out. How do you re-install the yellow light blinker in the mirror

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Try a glass place or take back to dealer to get the correct adhesive for the indicator

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