DEALERSHIP SPECIFIC DETAILS ON REPLACING HEAD LIGHT BULB, ON 2009 MALIBU LT1, MANUALLY!

Asked by Mar 15, 2010 at 04:37 AM about the 2009 Chevrolet Malibu LT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I NEED SPECIFIC BLUEPRINTED ILLUSTRATED DETAILS & PHOTO INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO MANUALLY & PERSONALLY REPLACE THE LOW BEAM HEADLIGHT BULB ( H11 ) ON THIS CAR WITHOUT TAKING IT TO THE DEALERSHIP FOR OUTRAGEOUS & EXPENSIVE ESTIMATED REPLACEMENT COST BY THEIR MECHANIC OF OVER ( $100.00 ) IS INSANE & UNACCEPTABLE HIGHWAY ROBBERY.......

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alright its not a simple task i had to do it to get my hid's which you can consider as an option the guys who install them had to take the undebody of the front en off then the front bumper completely off so then they could access the headlight housing after that its just turn and pull and the bulb will just come out i suggest if you are very anal about your car do it yourself and don't get the clips confused but if you just lazy like me get hid's for $85 and pay extra $25 for the disassemble of the front end :) I got hi beams too they look amazing

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