Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2006 05:13:50 GMT
From: "pablo" <>
Subject: Re: Changing a headlight for a saab

It's awkward, but the operations manual explains it quite well. The little metal latch that hold the bulb in place feels like it'll break off anytime. The trick is to get the bulb in the right way (it has three indents, and then snap the latch back into position. It'd be easier if there was more room in there, you have to do it all by feel. ...pablo "saab_aka" <> wrote in message > > Brx wrote: >> my affinity has always been in computers. as result my basic car >> comprehension has suffered. im trying to change out the bulb on my 99 >> 9-3 saab, and i can't for the life of me figure out how to actually >> pull the bulb to change it. unfortunately i seem to be the only one >> with this problem, because i can't find anything on this topic anywhere >> on the net. please help... > > It is a pain in the butt because the view is obstructed. I used my > wife's make up mirror to look at the place where it is supposed to go. > Once you see it you will figure out how it works. >

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