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Having problem with drivers side headlight. Turns on, flickers then goes out. I was able to keep it on by flicking the switch a few times. As of late it just flickers then goes out at start up.
So going to replace the ballast, igniter, bulb. Just to be on the safe side. The car has nearly 140K and it's age. Only wanting to go at it one time so, changing out both sides.
1- can I get to the ballast from the wheel well?
or remove the bumper. From what I have researched it looks like it might be best to remove the whole assembly.
There is not that much "out there" to replace the HID/Zenon lights.
2-Any tips & tricks would be really appreciated, anything to help save a few dollars. Been out of work due to a disability. Money and stamina are on the low side.
3- Should I get a subscription to Mitchels or Alldata? ( just to have the "dumb questions" quick answered.)
BTW the car has been good to me. The DIY repairs are a pita. Especially the alternator and radiator.
The way I look at it, especially with high energy. When one is on it's way out then both may be gone soon.
Like wheel Bearings, you know you'll replace the other soon after the first one.
Parts are already ordered and on their way.
It looks like I'll need some more plastic panel clips/buttons.
Why In the freaking He|| did the engineers make so many different size clips/buttons for one fender-well skirt... BUTTHEADS!!!
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