I wonder if you, dear readers, share this same frustration in car ownership.
Back in the day, when a headlight in your car went out, you just went to your local parts store, bought a replacement headlight (not just a bulb, but the whole darn headlight), unscrewed the old one, screwed in the new one, and went on with your day.
I’m sure, unless you still drive a 1994 Tercel, you’re well aware that those days are long gone.
Headlight replacement has evolved into roughly the same category of difficulty as engine replacement. Continue reading >>>