Sep 17, 2019
Have you ever noticed that a lot of drivers are missing a headlight nowadays? Ok, we are all trying to cut back and save money where we can, but having a faulty headlight puts you in danger!
Are your vehicle’s lights are not working correctly? It is important for your own safety to get this problem fixed, and the safety of other road users as it allows you to be able to see and help others to see you. Any blown bulbs will result in an automatic MOT failure. So, make sure you’re checking your lights, especially before your vehicles MOT test!
Thankfully, replacing a headlight bulb is a simple enough task that even the most amateur mechanics can accomplish. So, before rushing off to your mechanic, simply check to see whether it’s just a burnt-out bulb. Check your owner’s manual as this will give you more information on how to access and remove the bulbs in your vehicle, allowing you to easily replace it for a new one. However, with the new bulb in, you need to turn your car on and see if your problem is solved.
If not, you will need to head to the mechanic and get your headlights checked out!
If a burnt-out bulb isn’t the source of your headlight issues, be prepared to pay quite a bit of money. It could be from the wiring of your headlight may need to be repaired or replaced which can cost a few hundred pounds. A mechanic can better diagnose this problem for you!
Thinking of replacing your headlights because they’ve gotten old and dull? A headlight bulb restoration kit can cost around £15-£30 that are designed to be used at home!
If you know that the bulb is not the problem and are wondering how much it is to fix your headlight, you can get a quote from our local mechanics today!