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If you are Replacing the REAR BULB Look Along the RUBBER SEALFOR 2 SCREWS and REmove them this will Free the INTIRE TAIL LIGHT and Give you Access to the Bulbs.it is self Explanitory After this. If it is THE FRONT BULB Open hood and Look at the top of Headlight Lense Just Behind it but On TOP and REMOVE the 1 10mm Bolt to Free the Intire HEADLIGHT and you will See the Turn Sygnal BULB on the OUTSIDE END of the HEADLIGHT LENSE and It TOO Is self EXPLANITORY.
It depends on if its the front or the rear bulb. In the front the screws are mostly on the out side of the car. The baco screwa ar in side the trunk inside of the truck liner. You have to remove the hole light fixture from the car and then turn the bulb holder out to change the bulb
if i understand you the left turn signal blinks faster than the right one.
if that is it it means one of the turn signal bulbs is bad , going bad or is loose. check all bulbs for good connection replace if one is dim or out completely. good luck
Unscrew the three screws that secure the headlight assembly to
your Dodge Caravan. Put the screws in your pocket or another safe
place, so you won't lose them before reinstalling the headlight
the headlight assembly away from the front of the vehicle. Turn the
bulb retaining ring counterclockwise to unlock the electrical
connector. Remove the electrical connector from the bulb assembly by
pulling it straight out.
the old bulb with a new halogen headlight bulb. Connect the
electrical connector and turn the bulb retaining ring clockwise to lock
the bulb into place.
the headlight assembly and secure the screws tightly before closing the
hood. Turn on your Dodge Caravan, flip on the headlights and verify
they're working properly.
now when you say flashers work, I'm assuming you mean the 4 ways or Emergencys. As to the intermittent left signal working, I would first inspect both front and rear bulb sockets for corrosion and bulb condition. (Replace the Bulb, you can then rule it out). Clean and reinstall. If your problem persists, I would suspect your multi-switch contacts or connectors (Turn Signal Arm/Stick on the column)