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Saab 900 headlight

How do I get the bulb out of my SAAB 900 convetible. THere is a large black plastic cover that turns slightly. I don't want to force it in case it breaks if this in not the correct way?

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You turn the black plastic cover then there is a spring type deal you have to undo then the bulb comes right out.

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that might help


1st remove the plastic cap that covers the back of the bulb

then just twist the rest off to the right..something like gonna work on it tommorow

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