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Hi,

Just purchased my first Civic for a commuter.

93-lx-4dr-auto-172K-slow.

It has factory driving lights, one of them is burned out, and I cant figure out how to replace the bulb. Owners manual does not mention, nor does the Haynes manual.

I took off outer cover, and I see the 3 large screws, but they wont budge. What is the right way to change the bulb, and what kind of bulb is it?

*Also, I have no idea when the timing belt was last changed, and there is no sticker under hood. Any easy way to check the condition, or should I just replace the belt & water pump now?

Thanks
 
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best bet is to replace em now before they go out - cuz u'll eventually hafta replace em anyway, better now that you have time than when ur in a rush or in an emergency

can't help ya much with the bulbs tho, don't know myself actually
 

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check out the DIY forum and see if there were any posts in there about the headlight.
 
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change the timing belt no matter what. you wont get a second chance if it snaps!!!
 
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