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How do you change rear turn signal bulb in a dodge Dakota 2002?


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2006-08-25 19:11:20
2006-08-25 19:11:20

on all dodge trucks the way you change the bulbs is simply unscerew the tail light assembly and remove it from the rear of the vehicle and you will see your lightbulb fittings right on the back of the light assembly


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