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To replace a turn signal you need to remove the steering wheel. To do that you need a 1 inch or 1 1/16 or a 1 1/8 or so combination wrench or a deep socket. Then you either need two people one to hold the steering wheel while you tap the center with a hammer. Or you'll need a puller. after that you will clearly see how to replace the turn signal.

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