Question about 2005 Ford Taurus
Typically you will want to replace both lights at the same time. Assuming the bulb has gone bad, it's a relatively simple fix. A new set of bulbs range from $20-$60 and to replace them you simply open the hood and find where they would fit into the back of the headlight assembly. Grab the entire wire and all where it meets the assembly and turn it a quarter turn. Remove the old bulb and replace it. Voila
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