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Default 80-series side marker light replacement?

Maybe I'm just an idiot. How on earth does a person replace the bulb on this thing? See picture.

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Matt, I found this on Christo's site:

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Old 02-27-2006, 03:40 PM
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You funny! There's one philips screw at the top. remove it. Then dig your fingernails in the edge of the light assembly (away from the ARB) and pull the thing forward.

I can't get to Christo's site from work, but suspect it says about the same thing? And probably how to wire the indicator lamp..
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You funny! There's one philips screw at the top. remove it. Then dig your fingernails in the edge of the light assembly (away from the ARB) and pull the thing forward.

I can't get to Christo's site from work, but suspect it says about the same thing? And probably how to wire the indicator lamp..
Yeah. I'd like put indicator lights in mine. I'd probably want some help, though. Have you done it, Tim? Have you installed Christo's light harness upgrade?
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Thanks, guys. I got it off and pulled the bulb. Tiny little thing. That unit was a bitch to pull -- I bet it's never been off.

Cool reading about the side indicator upgrade. Tim, I take it you have done this? Did you upgrade the flasher unit? I have the blinker lights in the ARB bumper hooked up too.
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I've upgraded the flasher, and installed Christo's headlight & auxilarry wiring harnesses, but have not done the indicator thing. But I wired my ARB lights up to be indicator lights as well as turn signals. I didn't need to upgrade the flasher but when I wired up my Kaymar I did so on the recommendation of a few other Kaymar owners. When I plug in my camper, I've got 6 additional blinkers per side over stock, so I wanted a little more load protection. no problems so far!
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