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Hi, new at this hope I got the right place.

I bought a replacement unit for my 2007 Jeep Compass, (someone hit my wife and broke the front right unit)
But I tried to take out old unit, but have no idea how to do it, not in owner manual at all. Was hoping there is an easy way to do this - or some one knows the instructions for changing this unit.

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Ken
 

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Hey Chief, I also had to order a new corner lense. Someone hit or punched or did something to mine too. It had a crack. I found a write up on it.. Ill try to locate it again but you have to go in the wheel well and do it from the back.. take off the wheel and the well covering and do it that way. Maybe try and figure it out that way in the mean time ill try to locate the write up
 

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IMG One http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=47542&d=1208776190
1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
2. Raise and support the vehicle.
3. Remove the front wheel and tire on the same side of the vehicle as the park/turn signal lamp being serviced.
4. Remove the three screws (1) that secure the outboard side of the front wheel house splash shield (4) to the front fascia (2).
5. Remove the push pin fastener (3) that secures the inboard side of the splash shield to the front end sheet metal.
6. Remove the two push pin fasteners that secure the forward edge of the splash shield to the front fascia closure panel.
7. Fold the front of the splash shield rearward far enough to access the back of the front fascia.

IMG Two http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=47543&d=1208776190
8. From the back side of the front fascia (4), disconnect the engine compartment wire harness (1) connector (3) from the park/turn signal bulb socket (2) connector receptacle.
9. Remove the three screws (5) that secure the lamp to the back of the front fascia.
10. Remove the lamp from the seat in the face of the fascia.
 

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Thanks appreciate that,
figured I had to jack up car, didn't think that bad had to take wheel off too,
now that does suck
 
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