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Need to change headlight bulb

Can you tell me where the hole for the bulb is located. I see the one for the bright light.

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I have a 2003 Galant. There is only 1 bulb for both the high and low beam. When I replaced mine, all I had to do was pull off the rubber cap then pull the bulb out.

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