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How do you replace the headlight bulb located on a 1989 Ford Tempo?

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2006-04-07 18:58:54
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okay,to replace the headlampbulb: all you have to do is go to the back of the case(or what ever it is called; the big bowl that holds the bulb).on the back there should be a cylinder about a HALF INCH IN radius.turn the cylinder and the bulb should pop right out. remember not to touch the glass sleeve on the new bulb,because it will cause the bulb to blow. use a screwdriver to gently pry loose the tabs, then just pop out the bulb.the new one plugs right in. no problem.

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