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Changing low beam headlight bulb on 2005 chrysler sebring

Was told couldnt do it myself , that I needed to take my car to a dealership ot mechanic. Can I do it myself

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You can change the passanger side with little difficulty however the drivers side you need to remove power cell from it's bracket and move aside in order to access light.

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