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Headlight replacement I am replacing the headlights on my 99 mustang cobra... I can not get the turn (side) light out.... I can turn it in position but can not evidently get it lined up to pull out.... any ideas????

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Found clip to disconect the wire harness and then was able to remove whole front light ... and then I was able to turn light itself to remove...

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