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Right low beam burned out , how to replace

I can't get to it to replace the bulp, need very detailed step to replace the burned out bulb. I'm a woman. 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

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  • woodfamily1 Nov 17, 2008

    worked great but on my Jeep there was only 1 jack screw. Thank You very Much

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    I wpuld suggest you use live chat to get that kind of detail, otherwise I doubt it will get answered on the free forum.

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When you have the hood up, directly over the headlamp are 2 screw (8mm) unscrew the 2, pull them completly out (they are about 8 inches long) and the headlight will come out. NOTE: there is a locking ball on the refelctor side of the headlight. the light will feel as if it is stuck, but just pull firmly and straight. When re installing listen for the click of that ball going back in. replace both screws and you are done!

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