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How do you change the headlights on a 1990 civic std?


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2015-07-15 21:24:10
2015-07-15 21:24:10

First thing open the hood, and depending on which light is burnt either low beams or high beams, and then which side.

Find the light that you want to replace and then you will find a plug in the back of it, unplug it and then you will see that you can turn the bulb about half a turn and then you can pull it out.

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