I think its tougher for people with big hands to reach in their to the back of the bulb, than those with small hands (me!) and IIRC their was a retainer clip that twists off at the same time and that makes it a PITA to get it out, and back together.I can't beleive it took 5 replies to get the right answer on this topic...
As mentioned, there is a single torx head screw that holds the turnsignal/corner light in place. Its at the lower, outer corner of each headlamp. T-10 is the correct size.
Remove that screw, pull the light straight out and twist the three bulbs 1/4 turn to remove from housing. Three bolts secure the headlight to the body, 10mm socket for this. Pull it out, change the bulb and reinstall.
Before anyone says: "Just reach in there and change the fucker...duh"
Depending on the engine/trans installed, you may or may not have a clear shot at the passenger side bulb. The driver side is doable...but it's just not worth the hassle and possibility of getting something on the bulb and burning it up.
Very easy to remove the turn signals, just remove the little torx screw in the corners between the headlight and turn lens unsnap from the rubber seal by the radiator, slide them out carefully, twist and undo the bulb sockets.I have a 2004 Dakota my owners manual instructions are backwards. The turn signal lens needs to be removed first then the head light.