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Old 11 Oct 2009, 09:10 am
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Default swapping out headlights

hello all, is it a hard job to swap out the headlights , i mean the whole headlight let me know thanks bobby
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Old 11 Oct 2009, 10:07 am
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Haven't done it myself but according to Chilton and Haynes there's only 6 steps to taking out the whole headlight including the screws that hold on the part of the bumper nearest the headlight, the inner fender also closest to the headlight, the grill and the cross member in front of the radiator which gives you enough room to work with the headlight.

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