Question about 1991 Dodge Dynasty
Both the front turn signals are quite a mess to get to on this particular car the fastest and most easy way however to do it is to chalk the rear tires, jack the car up, put it on jack stands, then what you have to do is take off the splash guard under the car that protects the engine from water it's about 7 or 8 bolts be careful no to loose them for the splash guard will have to go back on after your done. Once off in the far corner you should have enough room to put your hand up, you might have to feel for it their is a large plastic screw on bolt that holds then both in careful not to pull out the small one feel for the large one on both sides once you get it turn counter clock wise and tug it out, replace bulb with new put light back into fixture, screw back in until it locks into place and your done, place splash guard back on, the whole project took me about 30 minutes with all the tools handy. Only tools you will need are jack stands, chalks, 10MM socket and socket wrench " for the splash guard" flash light, and a pair of rubber gloves if you dont want to get your hands all dirty.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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