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Jaguar S-Type turn signal

In my '04 Jaguar S-Type,I have the amber light warning that says "Front Right Turn Signal Failed," although it's not clear if the bulb burned out or if it's a wiring issue. If the latter, my Select Edition warranty will cover costs; if it's a bulb, it won't. In the latter case, I'd like to save money and change the bulb myself. Any hints on how to? 
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Check your front right turn signal light it is properly blown

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