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Front turn signal bulb change

It appears as though I have to remove the passenger headlight assy to access & change the turn signal bulb on my 99 Camaro. I am having trouble figuring out how to shift the headlight assy to the center in order to get it off the retaining tabs. Do I really have to remove the nose unit?

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There is a "trap door" underneath. Two bolts and it opens.

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