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Can't get the cover off to change the bulb on the front turn signal

I'm trying to change the front signal bulb on a toyota 1992 pickup. The yellow plastic cover won't come off. I've chipped it already trying to pry it. Any suggestions?

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Hello terencewelch...the lens covers on these older models trucks seldom come off without damge. They are sealed with a gasket and compound to make them weather proof. You should be able to replace the bulb from the rear of the assembly. If you cant get to it from the back, slide the entire turn signal assembly out to access. Here is picture of the assembly for reference.
Good luck...i hope this helps and will fixya up.
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