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How do you replace the headlight assembly located on a 1998 Honda Civic LX?

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2006-04-02 21:03:08
2006-04-02 21:03:08

When you open up the hood there should be 2 bolts on top of the housing, take those off, then reach your left hand through the front grill( this is for the drivers side light housing) and undo the bolt on the side of the housing. then wiggle it a little and it should come right out. some times there a little difficult to pop out but just be gentle and it should work

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