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How do you replace the headlight bulb on a 1995-2001 Ford Explorer all models?

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2007-08-15 23:10:59
2007-08-15 23:10:59

Lift the cover under the hood on the grill. Reach inside and grasp the assembly (about 1 1/2" across). Turn counterclockwise (may require lots of pressure - pliers) Remove the housing from the lamp. Replace the bulb, being careful not to touch the bulb with your fingers as the oil could cause it to fail. Replace the assembly in the lamp.

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