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Headlight replacement 2000 Saab 93

Do you have any instructions with pictures on how to replace a headlight on a 2000 Saab 93? I would appreciate it.

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    I guess I need a diagram or picture. The only clip I can find doesn't want to move.

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To replace the headlamp on a Saab 9-3, open the hood. Behind the headlamp there is a round black plastic cover; screw clockwise and pull back; there is a metal clip holding headlamp in place (9003 i believe is the halogen number). locate top of clip and move very slightly clockwise; the top will pivot down on a hinge; release the wire harness and pull out bulb. Retrace these steps to introduce the new bulb to your Saab.

Hope this helps. Please leave a rating! FIXYA!

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