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How do you replace the headlight bulb located on a 2000 Pontiac Sunfire?

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2015-07-15 21:08:23
2015-07-15 21:08:23

I just changed the headlights on my 1999 Sunfire.

There is a splash guard that goes over the very front of the inside of the car. Holding the guard down are some plugs (they're like wall anchors for hanging pictures in that they expand when they go into the hole to keep everything secure). Just stick a screwdriver under them and pop them out. Pull up the splash guard. You should see two large bolts right above where the headlight is. Remove those bolts, and the headlight assembly should come out. Once you get that part out, all you need to do is pull the old bulb out, carefully put the new one in, and reassemble.

I hope my experience was similar enough to help.

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