I have a 1996 Chevy Tahoe, which has the
headlights secured by studs that have to
be removed to change the bulbs. The prior
owner took less then good care of the
truck so all 4 of these studs (two in each
headlight) are just spinning inside the
headlight casing. What are my options for
repairing this before I have a headlight go
out and I really wind up SOL because I
can't change it? Any help would be greatly
can you post a pic of the back of the head light
I appreciate the prompt response, I'll have to upload that in an hour or so because I'm in class right now. Sorry about that
usually the bulb socket will turn clockwise and come out
my advice to you is to take your automobile to your local shop and a qualified technician should be able to diagnose the malfunctioning headlight
Lol thanks but that kind of defeates the purpose of me posting the question.
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