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Old 02-16-2011, 09:05 PM   #1
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Replacing Headlight Bulb (Low Beam) on 2007 Accord

Hi everyone,

I know I am going to sound like a complete noob but any help is very much appreciated. Long story short, the low beam on the driver's side of my 2007 accord went out and I need to replace the bulb.

The owner's manual suggests going through the wheel well fender but I have also seen other directions where I should remove the battery to get at the burnt out bulb.

Anyone with experience changing these bulbs have any suggestions??

Thanks!
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Its alot easier to simply remove the battery (make sure you have the code for the radio)

Otherwise follow these steps**

1) Turn the wheels to the passenger's side.

2) Look where the fender meets the black wheel well cover there should be clips going along the seam. Pry the middle of the clip out, then the base.

3) Do this for as many clips as you need to pull the cover back and give yourself enough room to get your arm far enough in to replace the light.

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