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I need help changing my headlamp bulb

I have a 2001 Hondra CRV SE and the driver's side headlamp bulb is blown. I bought the new bulb, unplugged the old one and removed the black retainer ring, but I can seem to pull the bulb out. There is a wire thing that seem to be holding the bulb in place. Am I supposed to remove that screw from the wire thing?

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Dont remove the screw. the wire can be unhooked by pushing on it at the other end and moving it up or down a little. or take it to a shop. dont touch the bulb with your fingers.

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