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How to change headlight drivers side in toyota camry 1993-4

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As with most auto headlights, you will access them from within the engine compartment.

There will be a wiring harness that plugs into the back of the lamp. Be careful not to damage the locking clip that holds the wire firmly onto the lamp. Move the harness out of the way and grasp the connector portion of the lamp and twist COUNTERCLOCKWISE to release the lamp from the housing, and plug the bad lamp out.

When installing the new lamp, be sure NOT to touch the glass lamp as the oils from your skin can damage the bulb by creating a 'HOT SPOT'. As a rule of thumb and good auto maintenance you should ALWAYS replace both lamps at the same time. Headlamp bulbs deteriorate over time and will get dimmer as they age. Why get dirty twice when you can do it just one time. Besides most lamps are sold in MATCHED pairs so the intensity will be the same for both the left and right sides of the car.

Hope this answers your question.

Cheers,

Keith

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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