Headlight bracket

Asked by Nov 11, 2016 at 02:16 PM about the 1993 Chrysler New Yorker Salon

Question type: General

I am not dumb but let me tell u I can't
seem to find anyone that can help me. The
low wan headlight on my Chrysler New
Yorker fell out while I was driving. I got the
adjusting screws n headlight but I need the
part that holds the headlight in can anyone
tell me wat that part is called?

4 Answers


Are you talking about the beam adjusters

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any of these parts

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If you're looking for the aluminum "ring" that secures the sealed beam that's called the bezel. The metal part that the sealed beam sits in I always call it the headlight "bucket". Not sure if that's the official name of it but that's what I've always called it. HTH. -Jim

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