Question about 1996 Chevrolet K1500
Unlike some of the older vehicles where the entire lens comes out, these have bulbs that plug into the lens. Reach in between the battery and the grill on the passenger side and there should be a connector, push the connector together and twist it, then the bulb will come out of the housing and you can pop it out of the connector. Installation is the reverse. The same goes for the driver's side it is located between the underhood storage container and the grill.
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