Headlamps (high-beam, except for vehicles with high intensity discharge headlamps)Headlamps (high-beam, except for vehicles with high intensity discharge headlamps)  - Replacement of lamp bulbs - Maintenance - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

1. When replacing the bulb on the right side of the vehicle, remove the bolt (A) holding down the washer tank spout and move the spout towards the rear of the vehicle.

: Front of the vehicle

: Front of the vehicle

2. Turn the cap (B) anticlockwise to remove it.

: Front of the vehicle

: Front of the vehicle

3. Turn the bulb (C) anticlockwise to remove it.

: Front of the vehicle

: Front of the vehicle

4. While pressing the tab (D), pull out the bulb (E).

5. To install the bulb, perform the removal steps in reverse.

5. To install the bulb, perform the removal steps in reverse.

► Handle halogen lamp bulbs with care. Caution

► Handle halogen lamp bulbs with care.

The gas inside halogen lamp bulbs is highly pressurized, so dropping, knocking, or scratching a halogen lamp bulb can cause it to shatter.
► Never hold the halogen lamp bulb with a bare hand, dirty glove, etc. The oil from your hand could cause the bulb to break the next time the headlamps are operated.
If the glass surface is dirty, it must be cleaned with alcohol, paint thinner, etc., and refit it after drying it thoroughly.

Headlamps (high/low beam, for vehicles with high intensity discharge headlamps)

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