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My front headlight is out. Do I need to take this in.

I see that the battery is in front of it, but not sure what else is involved.

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Yes take the battery out and get behind the headlight their is a cover rubber or plastic you may have to twist it take that off and change the bulb its pretty easy. Please rate my response thank you very much

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