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How do you replace the headlight bulb located on a 2000 Ford Expedition?

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2006-12-15 18:13:51
2006-12-15 18:13:51

You will see two black tabs above the Light under the hood. They are thin metal that slides behind the light to lock in tabs. You pull up on both of them so that the tabs will slip through the metal. Then you can pull the light out the front.

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