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How do you change the headlight bulbs hi and lo on a 1997 Chevy silverado?

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2005-11-07 05:44:39
2005-11-07 05:44:39

There are two bolts holding the headlight buckets in, you will need to remove them to get at the bulbs. The lens will come out and you will pull the bulbs out of the lens itself. They are hex head bolts, DO NOT TURN THE TORX SCREWS THEY ARE THE ADJUSTING POINTS FOR AIMING.

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