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How do you fix a burnt-out blinker on the right side of a 2002 Volkswagen Jetta?


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2015-07-14 15:04:47
2015-07-14 15:04:47
Just did this a week agoThe headlight assembly contains all the light bulbs on one piece of plastic. Behind the headligh assembly you will see a large black piece of plasic with two metal bands over it on each side. These are hard to get off but push them off of the pastic, they snap in place so it can be hard and noisy when they unlatch. This will let you take off the backing. Underneath are all of the individual light bulbs for the headlight. Look in front to find where the blinker should be, top left or right depending on which blinker you are fixing. To remove the bulbs you don't pull, twist and then the whole backing of the bulb and the bulb itself come back out into the engine compartment. You can then remove the bulb and replace all of the parts in the same manner you removed them. .

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