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Hey guys and gals, I've seem to have accumulated moisture in the driver's side headlight enclosure. The good news is that it seems that a new replacement doesn't cost much at all, and that's for a new one too.

My question is, Do you think this is something I can replace on my own? I'm fairly literate with cars and handy as the next guy, but is it something that I can just, find enough screws, remove, replace, the end? ;)

Appreciate your thoughts!

Matthew
 

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yea its not hard at all to pull the headlight off depending on what taurus it is there should be some long pull tabs pull those an after those are out unscrew some screws an remember to disconnect the light from the bulb an your headlight should come out.
 

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2 black rods with an L shaped tap at top need to be removed that are in the header panel. One 8mm screw near the edge of the lamp assembly, then slide it out and disconnect.

FYI, if it's just condensation/moisture you may not need a new lamp. Check the breather vent to make sure it isn't blocked.
 
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