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Headlight bulb numbers

Do the acd# 's need to match exactly?

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No just use the equvilent

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A31 carrier


Take the old one with you when you go to buy a new bulb. They can read the number off the old one and match it. If you mean the low beam headlight, the parts place will know what size and type bulb your car needs.

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Need to replace headlamp - no idea whats involved


Don't know your Lincoln model, but replacing the headlight bulb can be OK...inpect the underhood location of the Headlight assembly...review the back side, which holds in the bulb...you can check your local parts store for exactly which bulb your model needs...be sure to use gloves when handling the new bulb...the natural oil on our fingers will cause the new bulb to wear out prematurely...Most headlight assemblies are fully removal from the car allowing you to switch out the bulb from the backside...reassemble, and be sure to test before final assembly...Bulbs will range from $8. to over $50...depending on design and preferred performance...Hope this helps.

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How do you replace the headlight on a 2002 Daewoo Lanos


Hi there, together with providing you the solution to the problem, I also took the liberty of going one step further in giving you steps on how to remove the headlight bulb.

  • Find the hood release handle and activate it, the hood should pop open.
  • Once the hood is popped open locate the hood secondary or safety latch and release it. Then finish opening the hood.
  • Locate and remove mounting clips for any plastic shields that cover the headlight lens mounting screws or clips.
  • Some headlight bulbs can be replaced by simply grasping the bulb socket behind the headlight lens and turn it counter clockwise to remove it. This will expose the headlight bulb.
  • If the headlight bulb socket is not accessible the headlight lens may need to be remove or obstructions behind the bulb removed to gain access to the headlight bulb socket.
  • To remove the headlight lens remove all mounting screws and clips that hold the headlight lens in place.
  • After the headlight housing has been removed from it's mounts, release the headlight bulb from the headlight lens housing (turn counter clockwise) the bulb will then come out of the headlight assembly. Once removed, visually verify that the replacement bulb is exactly the same as the failed bulb before to ensure a proper repair.
  • Clean the headlight lens free from all debris to help maintain the seal from the bulb to the lens. This will keep moisture out of the lens.
  • Install the new headlight bulb by turning the retainer ring or bulb clockwise.
  • Re-install the headlight lens housing and reinstall electrical connector.
  • Re-install plastic covers.
After the job is complete turn the ignition key to the "on" position and activate the headlight switch. Observe the newly replaced headlight bulb to ensure proper operation.

Glad to be of help!!!

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How do you properly remove cover to change


The directions for changing the headlight light bulb in all cars are near to same . but all car models are not the exact same, so there may be a few differences based on your particular car. But this.instructions may properly guide you about the directions to replace the head light bulb in your car.
The instructions are as follows :----
1) First of all open the hood of your car and put a spot light or flash light onto the back of the headlight. Look towards the far corner side of the hood, the headlight is located in a space mounted to the far sides.
2) In some of the car models there is a back cover for which you will require a screwdriver to unscrew the back plate to reach to the bulb. properly locate the screws and unscrew the screws using the proper size screwdriver.
3) Then remove the back plate.

Note: In some car models there will be a wiring component connected usually by plastic clips, so detach the plastic clips and then pull wiring to the side. Then remove the back plate.

1) Remove the Old Light bulb which will be easily visible. Then remove old light bulb by screwing it to the left slowly and carefully.
2) You can get the new light bulb from local auto store and purchase the bulb exactly that matches the one your car model .
3) Then insert the new light bulb in reverse by screwing to the right, and secure in place confirm bulb is properly connected and fitted and not remained loose.
4) To test whether the bulb is properly connected. Just try turning on headlights and make sure it lights up.

5) Then plug wiring component back in if your model has that.Then put backplate back in place , then insert the screws back in and screw in with screw driver tightly.
6) Then close the hood properly and check out head light again.it will work properly.
That means your work is done.
This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya

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Directions to replace headlight


The directions for changing the headlight light bulb in all cars are near to same . but all car models are not the exact same, so there may be a few differences based on your particular car. But this.instructions may properly guide you about the directions to replace the head light bulb in your car.
The instructions are as follows :----
1) First of all open the hood of your car and put a spot light or flash light onto the back of the headlight. Look towards the far corner side of the hood, the headlight is located in a space mounted to the far sides.
2) In some of the car models there is a back cover for which you will require a screwdriver to unscrew the back plate to reach to the bulb. properly locate the screws and unscrew the screws using the proper size screwdriver.
3) Then remove the back plate.

Note: In some car models there will be a wiring component connected usually by plastic clips, so detach the plastic clips and then pull wiring to the side. Then remove the back plate.

1) Remove the Old Light bulb which will be easily visible. Then remove old light bulb by screwing it to the left slowly and carefully.
2) You can get the new light bulb from local auto store and purchase the bulb exactly that matches the one your car model .
3) Then insert the new light bulb in reverse by screwing to the right, and secure in place confirm bulb is properly connected and fitted and not remained loose.
4) To test whether the bulb is properly connected. Just try turning on headlights and make sure it lights up.

5) Then plug wiring component back in if your model has that.Then put backplate back in place , then insert the screws back in and screw in with screw driver tightly.
6) Then close the hood properly and check out head light again.it will work properly.
That means your work is done.
This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya

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How do I Remove Headlight Assembly on my 1998 Eclipse and is there anyplace I can go to get a diagram


Things You'll Need:
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Instructions
  1. Open the hood and find the front headlamp assembly.
  2. Depress the black tap holding the harness connector to the headlamp assembly. Pull the connector toward you to remove it.
  3. Turn the bulb assembly counterclockwise and remove the headlamp from the car.
  4. Check the new bulb against the old bulb for an exact match. The wattage and rating should be the same or the headlamp may not work correctly and could damage the vehicle.
  5. Insert the new bulb into the assembly and turn clockwise.
  6. Reconnect the harness connector by firmly reinserting it into the back of the assembly.
  7. Turn on the headlamps to check the alignment of the replaced bulb.
Tips & Warnings
  1. Vehicle headlamps can get extremely hot, make sure the lights are off for a significant amount of time before touching them.
  2. Halogen bulbs shatter easily, so handle with care

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Why not take off the old Bulb and take it with you. Or ask the parts stor for the exact one for your car. they have all this information.

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The bulb is a halogen type. There is a plastic ring around the wires attached to the back of the headlights that turns approx. 1/4 turn, then the bulb, wires and ring can be gently removed, as though you were unplugging something. The wires are held to the bulb with a clip (like most automotive connectors under the hood). After disconnecting the bulb, reinstall the new one being vary careful not to touch the bulb itself as the oil from your skin can be enough to damage it. There is an oring around the bulb that seals the bulb in the headlight housing, and can make getting the bulb assembly out tough. Just move it up, down side to side with gentle pressure back and it will come out. The part numbers for replacment are either 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007 depending on your vehicle. This number will be on the plastic part of the bulb where the wires connect. You can replace with a normal bulb, or  long life where the part number will end with LL (9004LL-BP). BP for blister pack packaging in most auto retailers. Good luck!

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