haha, thanks so much. but it's the right one, if you're sitting in the car, facing forward.anderz said:It's a No-Screw fit. Check out the WIS instructions:
Mike the blinker/indicator housings are gonna be mirror images of each other....c'mon man think about it. [goes into Cartman mode] Godammit.mfong said:haha, thanks so much. but it's the right one, if you're sitting in the car, facing forward.
hey shut up! ;oops:Kermit said:Mike the blinker/indicator housings are gonna be mirror images of each other....c'mon man think about it. [goes into Cartman mode] Godammit.
Hey, shut up :cheesy:Kermit said:Mike please tell me you're not going to the dealership to get a headlight bulb replaced?
- put hand behind headlight and rotate grey cap counter clockwise about 90 degrees to remove.
- pull off plug from back of bulb
- squeeze the two metal clips together and let the bracket hinge down to the bottom
- remove old bulb and replace with new bulb..making sure the 3 pins locate in the right slots on the headlamp fixings.
- lift bracket up and squeeze clips together to re-engage them behind the bulb
- push plug onto back of new bulb
- put grey cap onto back of headlight unit and rotate clockwise to seal unit again
7 steps that should take you 5 mins at the outside....i can do 2 headlamp bulbs in 3 minutes. While you have the cap off, why not put some LEDS in your Day Running Lights?
Zeke?Kermit said:Mike i know its crowded in that corner with the belts and ACC equipment, but the clip is there. Just think of your car as a four wheeled boat and you won't go wrong. We are trying to get you to do these things so you can get out of a sticky situation. What you gonna do if a headlight blows in the middle of ******* county in the middle of the night? The local Zeke ain't gonna help you, he'll just think you're a "purdy" boy up for some action.