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How do you remove the passenger side headlight assembly on a 2006 Subaru Outback

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Remove the front grille and the side marker light. This will give you access to the headlamp retaining bolts. Remove the bolts and carefully remove the lamp assy... Hope this helps.

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    Loosen the secured clip on the washer tank with a screwdriver and slide the tank horizontally to allow easier access to the headlight assembly (passenger's side bulb removal only.)

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