My liwbeam headlight died on My 2005 crossfire and I don't know how to replace it!! HELP!!! What type of bulb do I need

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Asked by Jan 17, 2014 at 10:16 PM about the Chrysler Crossfire

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They are not terribly difficult to replace but a bit hard to reach, you might need small hands to do it. Whichever side you want to replace, it would be advised to do both. There is a black rubber cap on each side, Take that off and reach inside the hole to remove the entire bulb with the receptacle, there is a clip that hold it in. Use rubber gloves to do this as well as the replacement bulb. Oil from your fingers should not touch the glass bulb. Reassemble and test your work.

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