Head light bulb replace

Asked by Mar 28, 2014 at 05:44 PM about the 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Look behind the headlamp assembly in the respective wheel well. You should see a small square door. Remove door to access turn signal and headlight bulbs. Low beam is in the middle, high beam is on the right. Turn counterclockwise and remove. Disconnect and replace. Do not touch the glass of the new bulb.

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I was told by a mechanic that the tire had to be removed and that it would take 45 minutes to an hour to replace my low beam bulb. Sound like he was scamming me or didn't know what he was talking about. Richard McInnis mac6007

I have a 07 and my dim light was out so i go get the bulb and there is a red wire spliced into it and it will not work even with the new bulb so i got a new piece that the bulb set in and wired it back with the red wire with it and nothing and its only on the driver side Should i take the red wire off and see or take it to the place im getting it from cuz i have not signed my paper work on it

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