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Old 09-03-2006, 11:14 PM   #4
BarMatt80
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you shouldn't have had to break the bulb. it is just like a car, push down alittle, and twist i think counter clockwise, but don't quote me on this. and then your new light the metal part fits in how your old bulb was, once you get the bulb out it will look like the metal part on your new light. you push it down and twist, if it won't go one way, turn 180 degrees and try again(of course pushing down and turning opposite direction that it took to get it out) this is because the pins on the metal base are at different heights.
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