Let's face it: you're busy, and a headlight assembly replacement shouldn't have to be a pain. You need something that fits, something that works, something that's reasonably priced, and you want that something as soon as possible. You don't want to get it wrong, but you don't want to spend too much time on it either.
Replacing headlights is a common DIY repair procedure. You can refer to this headlight replacement guide to ensure that you have done your installation right.
This meant that there was very little leeway for car owners as far as headlight replacement was concerned. The entire assembly had to be replaced every time the bulb got fused or the reflectors malfunctioned. This was expensive and car makers sought to placate customers by cutting down on quality to reduce costs. 1983 was the year of change. Composite headlights were permitted. This meant that headlight replacement service became a lot cheaper and lot more convenient. Cars and trucks could finally be fitted with rectangular lights. The first US market car to sport such a headlight assembly was the 1984 Lincoln Continental Mark VII.
Headlight replacement and repair services for cars and trucks. Replace vehicle headlights with new Sylvania lights and bulbs at Firestone Complete Auto Care.