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Can I change the front turn signal out myself?

The book says to take it to the dealer. The headlight is in plain sight. I have changed out bulbs before, but the turn signal is inside of the wheel well. Thanks for any feedback.

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Yes you need to take the splash sheilds off to get to the lamps/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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