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SIDE MARKER LIGHT, PASSENGER SIDE

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I need to replace the bulb in this assembly, but I cannot figure out how to do it & I don't want to break the amber lens. Got any suggestion?

Thanks,
--Greer S.

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Assuming you are talking about the side marker bulb in the bumper, you need to get behind the bumper and un bolt the lens from the back side to change lens or if just bulb replacement twist socket counterclockwise to remove from lens and then change bulb. Keep in mind if the bumper has been hit this will be very difficult to do unless you loosen up bumper and pull out.

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