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If your Jeep has a sealed beam headlight you will need to replace the entire lamp.

  1. Pop your bonnett
  2. unplug the wires to the lamps from the back
  3. locate the lamp fastenings and undo, if its an older car you should spray CRC onto the fastenings and let soak for a moment to make it easier to undo. in some cars you will need to remove the front grill to get the sealed beams out.

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