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REPLACING HEADLIGHT IN 1997 HONDA ACCORD SE

GETTING THE OLD BULB OUT

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  • jpot14rvp Feb 21, 2009

    I cant figure out how to remove the old headlightt from my car.

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The back part of the light bulb holder (under the hood) comes apart by rotating countercloskwise. It is hard to access.

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