Step 1: Loosen and remove the Phillips screw located just above the headlight assembly.
Step 2: With a firm tug, you can pull the turn signal assembly from the vehicle.
Step 3: Disconnect the wiring harness from the turn signal assembly.
NOTE: If you are replacing your turn signal due to collision damage, it may be a good idea to replace the headlight assembly, as well. The second project only requires the removal of a few more bolts, and it will never be easier than it is right now!
Step 4: Connect the wiring harness to the new turn signal assembly.
Step 5: Using the guiding tabs, insert the assembly into place, and secure it by tightening the Phillips screw.
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