Question about Cameras
Hello. let me begin by saying that once one bulb goes, it is a good idea to consider changing both. Reason is the other bulb has the same amount of hours on it and it too will go very soon. That said, Open the engine compartment hood, look for a lever next to the headlight box assy on top. It is a flat piece of bar stock bent 90 degrees. Pull up on it. This releases the entire headlight box assembly as a unit. Slide it forward as a unit. All bulbs are now accessabble. If the box has trouble releasing, push down slightly on the retaining bar you pulled up on earlier. The bar is open at the bottom but is a square hole in the middle. These both capture extruded pieces on the light box assy. holding them in place.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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