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How do you replace the left front blinker on a 99 Contour?

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2009-12-29 21:47:25
2009-12-29 21:47:25

Remove the battery and carefully move the fuse box out of the way and you can get the light there if not you can unscrew a few screws holding the headlights in place and carefully pull it out because it also has rubber boots in the back that it pops into to hold in place to reduce vibration to the headlights so after doing so you can change your turn signals and head light bulbs then to reinstall just do every thing you just did to take it out backwards then your finished.

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