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Left lamp is out and need to replace but its a sealed unit and need to get whole housing

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Its suppose to have the replacement bulb.

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These days they're all one piece, so my guess is "yes". I would recommend calling a few salvage yards though... It won't cost you near as much as getting it from a dealer.
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Fig. Fig. 1: Shift motor and housing removal

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Fig. 326: Removing Bulb Socket From Housing, Pressing Catch Bracket Downward

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