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My headlight bulb won't fit into the headlight assembly on my 1994 jeep grand cherokee laredo, i can see some melted plastic inside the asssembly. How do I remove the assembly to repair the melted plastic issue?

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It is to melted?change the headliht,try it whit a file to remake the housing.

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