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2006 nissan murano headlight out

Can the bulb be replaced or does the entire assemble need to be changed?

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Bulb can be replaced. You can buy at Walmart or your local parts store. I recommend replacing both. They are rated for the same amount of run hours and will usually fail within the same month.

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