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How do I change out the headlight in my 2002 dodge dakota?

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Open the hood and look at the back of the headlight you will see a large plastic circle with a couple of wires coming out of it turn it counter clock wise and gently pull out wards away from the back of the headlight housing the wires will still be attached to the bulb pullout no the bulb it should come right with just a little wiggle then unplug the bulb by removing the connector,then just reverse the process to install the new bulb,just be sure you dont touch the very end(the painted glass end) of the new bulb oil from your fingers can cause it to burn out when it gets hot for the first time.

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