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How in the "heck" do you remove the front turn signal lenses?

Ive searched google and PSN and cant find anything, ive got the 2 screw along the bottom out and the snap thing on the out side, but something is still holding them in, please let me know whats up
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Re: How in the "heck" do you remove the front turn signal lenses?

The bulbs????

After the 2 screws, they just pull out...

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The bulbs????

After the 2 screws, they just pull out...
Thats what I thought to, I wonder if its feels stuck due to some road grime in there somewhere?

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Re: How in the "heck" do you remove the front turn signal lenses?

might try a pry bar.

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Re: How in the "heck" do you remove the front turn signal lenses?

there is 2 screws and then two pins that clip into place just give it a good pull it will come out.

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Re: How in the "heck" do you remove the front turn signal lenses?

Trying to replace a bulb?? I just took out the two screws and pulled out enough to remove and slip in the new bulb. It was a while ago though..

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Re: How in the "heck" do you remove the front turn signal lenses?

Yeah replacing bulbs, someone before me did clear lenses but then proceded to put clear bulbs in them so i was going for the legal thing. You guys were exactly right on those, thanks! the clips toward the center of the vehicle were both very stubborn, but stroker2 somehow managed to get them out.
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