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1997 chevrolet lumina

I have to change the driver side frint light assemby. Please give me the steps.

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If your talking about the headlamp, open your hood, look right behind the headlamp and you will see either two or three black funny looking nuts (I think they call them "wing nuts") turn them off while holding on the headlamp, then pull headlamp out slowly, unplug the headlight bulb, grab the back of the headlight bulb, turn and pull it out. (Put a plastic bag, like a sandwich bag over your hand). DO NOT touch the headlight bulb with your hands or you will burn out the bulb. These are very sensitive bulbs and DO NOT like the oils from your skin. Set it down somewhere very safe so it will not roll or touch anything greasy or oily. Next, unplug the parking light, turn and pull out. Replacement is reversal. Hope this helped!

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