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I have a '96 nissian maxina. I went to auto parts and replace bults and was told that my lights were pushed up and rusted a little. Does anyone have any clue how to get them down or to change them?? Thanks in advance for your help!!!

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There are two screw per side unscrew them pull the bulb and replace the its a 194 bulb/then tighten them back up/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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