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How do you replace the headlight bulb located on a 1986 Chevy Corvette?

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2015-07-16 19:33:10
2015-07-16 19:33:10

You must stop the headlight in the up position. Sometimes you have to do this manually, with the over-ride on the headlamp motor.It's best to do this with the hood up. There are two screws in front of the headlamp on the bottom that must be removed. Then turn the assembly to the partially down position to remove two more screws; one on either side toward the rear of the assembly. This will enable you to remove the cover. Then simply remove the screws that hold the chrome frame around the bulb and replace. Reverse procedure for install. CAUTION: be sure not to mistake the adjustment screws for the retaining screws, as your headlamps will be out of allignment.

when the headlight is up..or {on position}..it can be changed.. !!!!

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