Replacing turn signal bulb in '99 A6

Passenger side front turn signal bulb. There are two bulbs for the front turn signals, which I didn't realize until I replaced the wrong one. The one I unnecessarily replaced has a long finned handle
protruding that is twisted counterclockwise to remove. This is the one addressed in the owner's manual. I cannot tell how to get to the other one (passenger side), and there is no mention of this bulb in the manual. I googled it and found some suggestions from other models that suggest removing the headlamp assembly or removing the inner skirt to the wheelwell. Any BTDT? TIA Andy
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Can't speak to the A6 but on my A4, you do indeed need to remove the headlight unit to replace the turn signal and low-beam bulbs. There are 4 bolts that need to be removed, and the rearmost one is very difficult to reach, as it is very low and wedged between either the airbox or a metal fitting and the back of the headlight unit. I made a tool to get to it, gluing a hex-head wrench with the bend cut off into an appropriately-sized socket and used a nutdriver to turn it.
Dan D '04 A4 1.8Tq MT-6 Central NJ USA
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