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Old 12-05-2005, 04:56 PM   #1
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Question headlight and foglight replacement

Does anybody know how to change the headlights on an 01 galant gtz. I tried to pull it out, but it wont budge. Also, how do you even reach the foglights? I got the bulbs at home, but I can't install them because the old bulbs wont budge. For the foglights, Where do you began. DO you take of the whole assembly or do you jack the car up and have easy access to the back of the foglights?
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Old 12-06-2005, 04:36 PM   #2
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Re: headlight and foglight replacement

My JDM headlights clip in from behind. The battery makes it difficult to gain access, so I have removed my headlights to change the bulbs! ON mine there are four screws per unit, two of which are hidden by the grille.

UK spec cars are very similar, but I can't tell you about USDM versions.

The foglights on UK and JDM cars are easiest to get to from behind the bumper.
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