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This is a discussion on question about changing blinker within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey guys i have an 02 wrx wagon, and the back driver side blinker has been going out and coming ...

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    question about changing blinker

    hey guys i have an 02 wrx wagon, and the back driver side blinker has been going out and coming back in if i give the taillight a bump. I went to change the bulb and cant get the cover off, one of the screws is broken, and the other just twists. I have replacement screws from subaru already, but dont want to break to cover or strip it, heres the pic, the top screw is broken

    any ideas on the best way to go about this?


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    When I did mine, i had to pull the lining down in the back corner.. Then access it from inside the trunk. I do have an 02 sedan though.. But should be close to the same
    '88 Sub Justy *Rock in oil pan killed on freeway
    '87 Honda Civic *Bad pistons (to lazy to fix)
    '85 Nissan 200sx *Blown engine drifting
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    well i got it out, changed the bulb, etc. the bulb was fine and in same condition and i broke a clip but well see if it cuts out before i shove the new ones back in. thanks!

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