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How to replace front turn signal light.

turn signal light

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#1 OFFLINE   ptjones


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  • Region:U.S. Southern Atlantic
  • LocationNewnan,GA
  • My C-MAX:Decline
  • Current Vehicle:2013 CMAX Hybrid

Posted 26 February 2018 - 08:10 AM

Had to replace left front turn signal light which is relatively easy to do if the manual told you that after you remove the two screws to remove headlight assembly there is also a plastic square nipple that sticks out underneath the plastic by top screw hole. That you need to lift up to be able to remove headlight assembly. I had to get blade screw driver to lift up plastic to release headlight assembly and access turn signal opening. One of the connecting terminals had worn down from vibrations. headscratch.gif




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#2 OFFLINE   jzchen


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  • Region:U.S. Pacific Coast
  • LocationArcadia, CA
  • My C-MAX:None
  • Current Vehicle:2018 Honda Clarity PHEV

Posted 27 February 2018 - 04:32 PM

I’m sorry if you missed this post Paul:


For my wife’s the lead got so hot it melted/dug into the base until it no longer made contact with the socket contact.

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