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Porsche Cayenne 957: Howto change side indicator

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I had to get a cracked bulb and water out of my side indicator.  One of the first things I had to do to the 2005 CS, front passenger side.


Wheel well without liner.  I think I tried not to take the whole liner off to work on the side indicator but I counldn't.




The two bolt locations are circled in red.





I had to use an extension to get to the top one.





My side marker's bulb "holder" (don't know what else to call it)  was melted.  The bulb was also cracked with piece of glass inside the indicator housing.  The last mechanic that worked on it must have been careless and not "seated" the bulb and its bulb socket properly.  Also (not pictured) were a couple of electrical harnesses that were not snapped back into their cable retainers so that they were just loose.  Careless mechanic probably didn't care since no one would see it anyways.


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