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Changing healights cannot remove old bulb from passenger side headlight. Daughter is getting frustrated trying to reach the socket to remove the old bulb.

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I had to change my bulb on the same side of my 2001 sentra. I ended up taking the whole headlight out to get to the socket. It was a little more work with removing some of the front bumper parts, but well worth it to have a headlight! If you go this route, make sure to buy some new plugs to hold the bumper parts on - they are one-time use only. Take one in with you to make sure you get the right size, and you should be good to go.

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