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How do you replace the turn signal bulb in a 1996

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How do you replace the turn signal bulb in a 1996

OK I give up how do you get to the turn signal parking light bulb in the front of a 1996 explorer ????

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How do you replace the turn signal bulb in a 1996

If there are no external screws to remove from the parking light lens then it is held on by bolts accessible from behind the lens. Once the screws , bolts are removed the lens should pull out & then its just a matter of twisting the bulb socket & pulling it out of the lens , replace the bulb .
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