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Replacing head light bulb

How do i go about replacing a head light bulb. i have a 2002 isuzu rodeo.

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  • caribou_1 Nov 14, 2009

    i dont know what the retaining cap is?

  • caribou_1 Nov 14, 2009

    rvery thing there has a rubber boot like thing over it and i cant get that to come off does it just pull off?



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If you turn the retaining cap counter clockwise it should be freed up.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

  • Ronado Panaligan
    Ronado Panaligan Nov 14, 2009

    Open the hood, and behind the headlight you will see the mechanism that hold the halogen lightbulbs.

  • Ronado Panaligan
    Ronado Panaligan Nov 14, 2009

    Also sometimes they are just kept in place by retaining clips.



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