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How do you replace a burnt out headlight on the Silverado 2001

Burnt out headlight, on driver side.

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Open hood and on the very top of head lamp housing there are two L shaped rods that push down to hold lamp assembly in turn rods ad remove,Lamp assembly pulls out and headlight can be accessed.

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