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2005 Ford Ranger Edge Front Turn Signal

Ok so my girl decided to back into me with her car and it took out my front left turn signal. I have the part on order but do need to stick a bulb in it. I looked at it and can't see any screws anywhere to remove the assembly. Anyone know where they may be located? Any help would be great. Thanks
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On the 03 there are two sliding bars just behind the headlight assembly.
Pick them up and the assembly should fall out.
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