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I have a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am and need to know how to change the bulb in the passenger side head light.

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OPEN THE HOOD, THE BULB IS HELD IN PLACE BY A ROUND TWIST TO LOCK/UNLOCK RETAINER, PULL THAT BACK AND REMOVE THE BULB BY WIGGLING IT AND PULLING STRAIGHT BACK.
CAUTION, DON'T TOUCH THE NEW BULB, IT WILL BREAK SOON AFTER YOU TURN IT ON FORM THE OIL ON YOUR SKIN, IF YOU DO TOUCH IT CLEAN IT OFF WITH RUBBING ALCOHOL.

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