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How to remove headlight assembly o7 chev silverado

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    The Head lamp assembly seems to be binding when trying to remove the lamp b

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New body style or old?
old body you will see a pin on top of lamp assembly slide pin out and light will come out.
new body remove two 10mm bolts and lamp will come out

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