When the high beam light bulb burns out in your Mercedes-Benz, you need to replace it with the correct bulb type and watt rating recommended by the manufacturer. Changing a burned-out on your car is easy. Headlight high beam bulb failure can happen over time due to the age of the bulb. It is recommended that you replace both lights simultaneously for two main reasons. You will have matching headlights in brightness and color. Also, because the light bulbs have work hours, the other light bulb will likely go out soon.
IMPORTANT: Avoid touching the light bulb glass with your hands.
WHAT YOU NEED
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HOW TO CHANGE LOW BEAM HEADLIGHT BULB
There is limited space behind the headlight. You should be familiar with the steps to install a new light bulb on your car to make the installation easy.
- Remove the electrical connector from the high-beam halogen-type light bulb.
- Remove the light bulb from the socket. Install the new socket. Make sure it sits properly in the recess.
- Reinstall the electrical connector and the headlight cover in reverse order.
NOTE: The headlight bulb must fit in the headlight socket properly. The light beam will not project correctly if the bulb doesn’t work properly in the socket. You can verify this by turning on the light and looking at the headlights from 20 feet away. Both headlights should be the same brightness.
Applicable Models: S430 S500 S55 CL500 CL600 Chassis: W220 W215 Years: 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006