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How can i remove the corolla 2004's headlight cover to clean them from inside?

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    rteemon May 11, 2010

    that a seal unit replace bulb only; if its bad replace whole light

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You have to heat the original sealant using a blower/hair dryer and slowly pull the cover from the base of the headlight. After you clean the glass then you have to seal it again.

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