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199 Jeep Grand Cherokee Headlight covers

How do you take out the headlights from a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
My covers are cloudy and weathered. I bought a cleaner from the local Jeep dealer but the damage seems to be on the inside.

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    how do you attach the headlights? it has two bolts and a spring?

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You cannot remove the covers.
you will have to buy new headlights.
sorry

Posted on Jun 06, 2008

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