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The headlights on my '96 Jeep cherokee work but the assembly is cracked and water gets in. How do I get the old ones out so I can replace them? I see no screws to take out. I can change the actual lamps, but they get so dim so quickly I have a difficult time seeing at night. Can you help? thanks!

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Check this info about "headlight replace".

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Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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