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Is there a diagram for replacing headlight bulbs for a 2008 nissan armada

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I don't have any diagrams sorry.
But you can do the following.

Turn your wheels so the front wheel wells are exposed, remove a couple of screws attaching the wheel-well panels to the fenders, peel back the panes and the back of the headlights are exposed. You might be able to access the high beams from the engine compartment if you have a small hand.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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