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TM5-4210-229-14&P 4-96. FRONT TURN SIGNAL LIGHT MAINTENANCE This task covers: a.  Removal   b.  Repair c.  Installation INITIAL SET-UP Tools General Mechanics Tool Kit Materials/Parts Bulb (9417866) General Safety Instructions Engine OFF. Transmission in (N) neutral. Parking brake set. Batteries disconnected. REMOVAL a.  Disconnect wiring cable (1) from base of light assembly (2). b.      Remove   two   nuts   (3)   and   washers   (4)   from   light mounting studs (5). c.  Remove light assembly (2) from fender. d.  Inspect light mounting pad (6) and replace if damaged or  deteriorated. REPAIR a.  Remove lens mounting screws (7) and remove lens (8). b.  Press bulb (9) inward and turn counterclockwise to remove bulb (9) from socket. c.  Inspect bulb socket.  If rusty or corroded, replace light assembly (2).  Inspect lens gasket (10) and replace if damaged. d.  Insert new bulb (9) in socket, press inward and turn clockwise to lock in place. e.  Position lens (8) and gasket (10) on light body and in- stall    lens mounting screws (7). INSTALLATION a.  Position mounting pad (6) and light assembly (2) on fender. b.  Install two washers (4) and nuts (3) on light mounting studs (5). c.  Plug wiring cable connector (1) into light assembly (2). d.  Tighten light mounting nuts (3). e.  Connect battery cables. f.  Check light operation. 4-109

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