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How to change mitsubishi fto head light bulbs

I was wondering if you could help me with a query, i have just bought a mitsubisi fto gpx but i have no idea how to change the head light bulbs i have tried garages but they have no clue either so i would be very gratefull if you could help it would be much apprechiated thanks
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loosen these 2 bolts in this order 8a9e629.jpg once the 1st one is loose, loosen the 2nd one until the belt is loose enough to remove the belt(if its still on). then spin the alternator pulley by hand to see if it is seized up. its a good idea to check the tensioner pulley too.


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you change the bulb from inside the engine compartment . raise the hood and feel for a plastic retaining ring in the back of the headlite. Loosen 1/4 turn and bulb socket and old bulb will pull out from the headlite assembly Unplug the old bulb and replace with new one . assemble in reverse order.

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Sounds like a stepper motor. do the revs go up and down too?

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sounds like you have a short somewhere. without seeeing the car, i would suggest going to an auto electrician, not a "local garage" and god forbid... to mitsubishi (unless your loaded that is).

my gut feeling would be the alternator belt (aux belt) is getting old and worn and is slipping, causing a power fluctuation, but again, without seeing it, i cant diagnose.

good luck with it, fto's are fantastic so do what you can

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erm..... what stops?

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