Question about 1988 Nissan Pulsar
Pull the connector plug off. Remove the rubber dust cover. You will see a wire clip that holds the bulb in place. Push on the clip, slide it to the right of the vehicle and release. The bulb can now be removed. When replacing the new bulb do not touch the glass. Lift the clip, insert the bulb into the headlight, refit the clip. Replacing the dust cover can be a pain. Hook it in place on one side, with thumb and forfinger grip the other side and twist it as if to turn it inside out, press it against the rear of the headlight and release. Reconnect the wiring connector.
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