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Old 12-15-2009, 06:39 PM   #1
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Default Change front turn signal bulb 97 F150

It's about 90 below here and a front turn signal bulb has called it quits.
How do I replace it?
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i believe you will need a 8mm socket with an extension and a new bulb. not much to it.
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i believe you will need a 8mm socket with an extension and a new bulb. not much to it.
So the entire assembly comes off to change the bulb?
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So the entire assembly comes off to change the bulb?
Yes, just loosen the screw and slide the marker light forward. It takes seconds to do.
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yea, not much to it
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yea, not much to it
While that work on
My 99 f 150 driver side bulb is going
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