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I have a pristine 2001 A4 1.8T Quattro. How do I change the front left fender turn signal bulb ? Thx....

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Side-mounted turn signals, removing:
1. Press side turn signal lens against retaining tab in direction of arrow and carefully remove from fender opening.
2. Carefully pull housing "2" out of rubber socket "1".
3. Bulb "3" can be pulled out of rubber socket "1" for replacement.

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Installing:
1. Install in reverse order to removal.

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