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Need schematic for rear turn signal assembly

Need to disassemble rear turn signal to repair and need schemmatic to know how to be able to remove it properly and then to reassemble

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    want to remove them

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Please do not be baffled. To replace the turn signal bulb on Your car is quite simple, all You need to do is to get a screwdriver and follow the steps below:
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