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How do you replace the front turn signal bulb located on a 1998 Plymouth Voyager?

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2010-09-06 03:40:34
2010-09-06 03:40:34

On some cars you open the hood, and the light socket will be right on the inside behind the fixture itself. A quarter turn counter clockwise and pull will remove the socket. Then push in while turning a quarter turn counter clockwise again will release the bulb, or on newer ones, you just pull them out as they are the spade type. On some cars you will have screws holding the lens assembly in, and it would have to be removed to replace the bulb. Then still on others, you would reach underneath the bumper.

On the 98 voyager specifically, you go in through the wheel weel. there is a small round cover that you need to remove and this will permit access to the back of the turn signal. I find it helps to turn the front of the tire inwards. Small hands are also an advantage.

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