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1998 Mercury Villager front park light replacement

I want to replace front leftside park light unit (the whole assembly, because it bumped into a wall and both glass and reflector got broken).  However, the unit is connected to other neighboring units such as headlamp assembly, so taking out the broken unit and putting in the new unit don't look simple.  Will appreciate if you could help me replace the unit.  Thanks.

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You remove the screw located at top near the corner of headlamp then gently pry the park lamp from the fender.

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