How to Replace a Headlight Bulb in a Chrysler Sebring

If you've owned your Chrysler Sebring for a few years, your headlight bulbs may need replacing. As long as you have the correct replacement bulbs in hand, completing the installation should only take a few minutes and won't require any special tools. These instructions don't apply to models made before 2000.

STEP 1 - Set the parking brake and remove the keys from the ignition. Open the Sebring's hood using the primary and auxiliary release latches.

STEP 2 - Remove the two headlight mounting screws, and then pry the plastic fasteners away from the assembly using a flathead screwdriver or other flat-bladed tool.

STEP 3 - Pull the headlight assembly away from the car. Be careful not to scratch the headlight lens or the exterior paint.

STEP 4 - Turn the bulb one-quarter turn counterclockwise and remove it from the assembly.

STEP 5 - Pull the old bulb directly out of the socket and replace it with the new one. Dispose of the old bulb to prevent it from becoming a hazard.

STEP 6 - Screw the bulb back into the assembly and press the assembly back into position.

STEP 7 - Test the headlamp to make sure it works before replacing the plastic fasteners and headlight mounting screws.

TIPS: Turn your headlights are off before opening the hood and handling the assembly.

THINGS YOU'LL NEED: 9006 and 9005 replacement bulbs (low and high beam bulbs for 2007 and later models), 9007 replacement bulb (2001-2006 models), Flathead screwdriver

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