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Need to find out how to replace blinker light on 97 Dodge Ram

How do I replace the rear blinker light bulb on a 97 Dodge Ram?

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Put your tailgate down and take the screws off on the inside of the taillight. The screws are Torx screws, so you will need Torx head screw driver. Then just give it a tug and the cover will pop right off. You will be able to change out the bulb.

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