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    Burned out headlight

    My passenger low beam is out. its a 95 so i have to get the whole thing replaced, not just the bulb, can anyone help me out?

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    of course i can! did this on the t/a. Go to auto zone, pay them the $40 for both sides, and call me. its a breeze! I'm off tomorrow-better hurry, those Whitehouse cops will love that! (and of course you'll be drunk when they notice..)
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    oh---and if you're reeeaaal poor i do have the bulb that is still good that i replaced when the other side went out--prolly the same light. I'll give that to ya to use till you can replace both housings like you should

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    They are sealed beams. Just go pick up some H4351 from autozone. You will love them. 13ish bucks I think...

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    Actually the bulb can be removed from the housing, and then you could go back in with a standard bulb, but you will have to silicone the new bulb back in.
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    Fuck me, i went out with some friends tonight, got in my car to come home, and the other bulbs is out. its weird, my drivers side went out a year ago, passenger never has, then they both go out in a 24 hour span.

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    got the headlights swapped, was pretty easy once i found out how to do it

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    Only 4 screws per bulb. Not hard at all. Not sure if it is torx or phillips head screws. Always change headlights in pairs regardless if only one is bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikito View Post
    got the headlights swapped, was pretty easy once i found out how to do it
    Can you share how? I like to know how did you do it. My friends have old cars that have same headlights.




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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenCaren View Post
    Can you share how? I like to know how did you do it. My friends have old cars that have same headlights.




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    They probably have a 4x6 but it is the same procedure. First check to see if you need a phillips or torx screwdriver. Remove top 2 screws. Sometimes you can squeeze it out with just 2 removed. Otherwise take the bottom 2 out also, make sure you dont drop them they have a way of dissappearing. When the bulb is out a little just pull of the connector at the back of the bulb. Reverse to reinstall.

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