yes. It requires some bending of steel or cutting. You can use the headlight from a 2001 - 2004 Honda civic. It fits. Just need a little modification. Or else, i would go on eBay and buy HID's or something.
The best place to find a replacement for your original car repair manual would be by contacting your car manufacturer, if this is not possible, you could try car stores such as Halford, which usually stock car manuals.
yes it is, there should be a button specifically for the headlights to the left of the steering wheel
Because with replacement, the total number of possible outcomes - the denominator of the probability ratio - remains the same. Without replacement the number of possible outcomes becomes smaller.
Possible ground issue at the taillights.
"Overdriving" HeadlightsYes, it's very easy by simply driving too fast, BUT... it's extremely dangerous!!!!!!
The answer is yes, but without more information, it's difficult to tell how hard it'll be to do. It can also be quite expensive (usually around the original cost of the TV for a new replacement screen). If you have a LCD projector set, that too can be quite expensive unless you're able to obtain a rebuilt unit somewhere. That too can be major surgery, depending on the make and model.
You can buy just the plastic housing, but not just the clear plastic. The housing is sealed for waterproofing.
If something was to happen to your original social security card, it is possible to get a replacement. You will have to go to your local social security office, stand in line, fill out some paperwork and you will eventually get a new one.
It is possible that the headlights are activated by the alarm. If that is not the case, if it has auto turn on headlights the module can be going bad. Other than that I don't know.
A couple of possible reasons why your headlights don't light up: 1. Both headlights are burned out. 2. The headlight switch has gone bad. 3. There is a wiring problem.
The Optimal Page Replacement Algorithm:The best possible page replacement algorithm is easy to describe but impossible to implement.
How do your headlights look? If the headlights are dim, it is possible your charging system is at fault. If your headlights are bright, then check your body grounds.
If your headlights work, but your tail lights don't, your bulbs could be blown. It is possible that you have a shortage in your car.
Not necessarily. The house insurers will cover the cost of your original laptop, but will use every means possible to value your original laptop as low as possible. If your new laptop cost more than the original, they are very unlikely to cover the difference. It's only their job to "replace what you had, but no better". If you have a decent policy, they should still cover the cost of whatever the original make and model was, regardless of what you have chosen to replace it with. However, some companies state that you should claim "replacement costs" before you actually buy the replacement good; some insurers have deals with other companies and will issue the "value of your original laptop " in the form of vouchers to spend with that certain company. Which can be very inconvenient at times. Depending on your policy, they are not obligated to pay you in actual money.
Possible that both dip beam bulbs have blown
Everything is POSSIBLE...but do they want to change? Dave
You cannot have a total eye replacement because the optic nerve cannot regenerate itself, but a transplant of the corneas is possible.
yes.... but why would you want to
it is possible but super expensive and experimental
if sb wants to cancel his/her appointment, what should he do?
No, brain transplants are not currently possible (as of October 2012).
Anything is possible, but that would be very hard (expensive) to get to fit and work.Anything is possible, but that would be very hard (expensive) to get to fit and work.
It is possible that both of the fuses are bad for the low beam headlights and the cruise control. A loose ground wire could cause the fuses to blow.
If the headlights do not come on and the parking lights do in a 2000 Jeep Wrangler, it is possible that the fuse is blown for the headlamps. It is also possible for them to both be burned out due to touching the glass part when installing them. Oil in the fingers will overheat them and burn them out.