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Old 06-14-2010, 11:34 PM   #1
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Help removing r32 headlight bulb?

well, this may seem silly. Most headlight bulb changes i've done are mostly just twist and pull. and i found out that on my skyline, the passenger side headlight bulb is burnt out and i tried taking it out but it won't even budge i have the projector style headlights. theres some sort of cap that i could twist off right? and there's a gasket underneath it? well i took that out and the gasket is still on there so i don't know what's really the next step.. if anyone could provide some help that'd be greatly appreciated! thanks =)
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theres a copper coated bracket that doesnt looks attached to the bulb but it is....there is 2 screws on either side of the bul that are over top of the bracket....take those out and careful cuz its kind of spring loaded....should solve your issue
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Old 06-26-2010, 11:14 PM   #3
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thanks for the reply i actually figured it out not too long ago after i posted xD it's weird how one side is a H1 and the other side is a H7 not sure if it's been previously modified or if it was originally like that..
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Old 06-28-2010, 07:24 PM   #4
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don't need this thread anymore, it could be removed
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well, this may seem silly. Most headlight bulb changes i've done are mostly just twist and pull. and i found out that on my skyline, the passenger side headlight bulb is burnt out and i tried taking it out but it won't even budge blue hid headlights i have the projector style headlights. theres some sort of cap that i could twist off right? and there's a gasket underneath it? well i took that out and the gasket is still on there so i don't know what's really the next step.. if anyone could provide some help that'd be greatly appreciated! thanks =)
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thanks for the reply i actually figured it out not too long ago after i posted xD it's weird how one side is a H1 and the other side is a H7 not sure if it's been previously modified or if it was originally like that..
Kind of surprised me too, didn't know one was different from the other.
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Old 07-02-2010, 02:23 AM   #7
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yeah it's weird.. i went to go get new bulbs and i asked them if they could sell them seperately, instead of 2 in a set. the people were confused too! he says he's done headlights on skylines before and neither side are different.. but on my car, the passenger side has a H1 and the driverside uses a H3C lol maybe i could just get another h1 adapter and replace the H3C one and also cut the wires and replace that with a H1 plug? i think im gonna go HID, what do you guys think of it?
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that should work, replacing the H3C with a H1. HID's are pree nice, just dont get pulled for it.
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