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Old 08-08-2012, 08:34 AM   #1
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Cool Headlight Assembly Replacement

I want to replace the headlight assemblies in my 2000 Cruse Master but fail to see how to remove them and reinstall the new assemblies. I'm not talking the bulbs here but the whole assembly. Can anyone fill me in on what I need to do.
Thanks so much,
Mike Miller
2000 Georgie Boy Cruse Master
35' Dual Slides
Gas pusher

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Old 08-08-2012, 09:52 AM   #2
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Look at your headlights for a TYC number. Mine are TYC 20-5119 passenger side and TYC 20-5120 on drivers side. Do a Google search using your numbers and your particular auto year/model will come up. This was link to my Honda Accord lights. http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...d=200780229150
Pair was less than $80.
Replacing lights is pretty simple if manufacturer of your MH was considerate and left maneuvering room. From below, remove bulb fixtures--normally four--with a slight turn. I'd suggest marking each bulb and headlight for final assembly. Next remove attachment nuts--probable three. Lights should remove inward. You may need to do a little filing on outer corners for fit. Also, realize there are two plastic pins built into light that fit the rear of lense into MH body. Rear goes in first. Hope this helps.
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