After wasting too much time on what should be a no-brainer job changing a light bulb it's time to ask "how many Honda engineers does it take it change a headlight bulb?"

Asked by May 05, 2014 at 08:13 PM about the 2003 Honda Accord LX

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Why is changing a headlight bulb on my 03' Accord have to be such a major production? The next car I buy will be from a company that doesn't require you to remove fenders or batteries for what should be a very simple job. Honda engineers must have a weird sense a humor thinking of diabolical ways to make your customers look foolish if they try to do easy repairs. I don't like feeling stupid because your engineers can't design a car properly. When you make a customer feel stupid (I've repaired a carburetor, repaired a toilet, and done other complicated tasks without electrocuting myself) then you have lost trust and credibility with your customer!

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How many Honda Engineers does it take to change a headlight bulb? Zero, because they are all clueless!

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