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How do I change out the passenger side low beam bulb in 2008 isuzu i290

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Most probably you are seeing a lot of clutter in the bonnet to put your hand in and change it right? The best way sometimes is to unbolt the headlamp , move it out change the bulb and back in. But another way would typically be to remove the battery (and battery holder plastic box) or air box (whichever is in the way) and then you should be able to access the headlamp cover from behind. Anyways in both cases you should find a metal clip holding the bulb. Unclip the bulb whilst making sure that you dont touch the new bulb with you hands while putting it in. Press its metal clip in place again. and be sure to mount the plastic cover at the back properly so no water goes in the headlamp if its raining.

It was nice to help you :)

Best Regards

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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Hi

Most probably you are seeing a lot of clutter in the bonnet to put your hand in and change it right? The best way sometimes is to unbolt the headlamp , move it out change the bulb and back in. But another way would typically be to remove the battery (and battery holder plastic box) or air box (whichever is in the way) and then you should be able to access the headlamp cover from behind. Anyways in both cases you should find a metal clip holding the bulb. Unclip the bulb whilst making sure that you dont touch the new bulb with you hands while putting it in. Press its metal clip in place again. and be sure to mount the plastic cover at the back properly so no water goes in the headlamp if its raining.

It was nice to help you :)

Best Regards

Jan 07, 2009 | 2008 Isuzu I 290

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