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Replace bulb in lowbeam headlamp

I know nothing about cars nor anything about their parts and pieces. i do know that i must replace only the bulb on the right front low beam lamp. i looked at it (with the hood up :-) ) but could not figure out how to get to the rear of the lamp assembly. pictures help the intellectually deprived much more than explanations. both would be a godsend please.

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This will give you the general idea of changing the bulb. the rubber gloves are important.... if you touch the bulb with your fingers it will likely shorten the life of the bulb


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Here's a live video that shows the bulb replacement. Actually, the video shows the headlights being upgraded but you will follow the same procedure to replace the bulb. Good luck!

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