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hi gang i have a headlight bulb that got smashed inside my headlight assembly as i was trying to replace it with a silverstar bulb... well anyways i need to remove the entire headlight assembly to clean it out of all the bulb scraps. is taking off the headlight assembly easy to do?

hmm maybe i can blow compressed air in the assembley to blow it out!? :)


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hi gang i have a headlight bulb that got smashed inside my headlight assembly as i was trying to replace it with a silverstar bulb... well anyways i need to remove the entire headlight assembly to clean it out of all the bulb scraps. is taking off the headlight assembly easy to do?

hmm maybe i can blow compressed air in the assembley to blow it out!? :)


thanks!
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The only thing that holds the front on is the 4 ram air tube bolts and the bolts on the side plastic, and some wire terminals. You might could try a high power vacuum cleaner.

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I would be extremely careful of what you do, the reflector assembly is very easy to scratch. A high powered vacum could cause the fragments to scratch the reflector as they are sucked by the vacuum.
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