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1993 subaru legacy headlamp replacement

Cam't get the old headlamp out of the socket and boot

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Look for rust or corrosion near the seam of the bulb and the boot- spray with wd40 and let soak for a bit and retry with good firm grip wiggle slightly side to side..if not get a new replacement socket and bulb at parts store and install entire setup in ..repost please..

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