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I need to change a left side directional light the left side directional light is not working so it need to replace it is a dodge caravan 1996

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To replace your turn signal - There are 3 screws on the front of the light assembly. Remove them and slide the light assembly out and you will see the turn signal socket is in the middle of the outer half of the headlight assembly. Twist the socket counter clockwise to take it out of the assembly. Pull the turn signal bulb straight out from the socket. Insert new bulb and reverse procedure to finish.


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