A projector beam headlight is a light that is placed within a "projector bowl" casing that projects all the light being generated through a projector lens. The projector bowl is typically made from metal and is finished in chrome paint so it can generate a stronger, focused light.
Light that is projected from the projector beam headlight hits a piece of metal shaped like the light pattern to be projected onto the road. In some car types, this projector metal can be removed and replaced. As of 2014, some car owners have modified older cars with a projector from more recent cars to retrofit projector beam headlights.Learn More
To fix a seat belt that does not retract, remove the casing from around the retractor mechanism. Clean the retractor, and add silicone lubricant to get it moving smoothly again.Full Answer >
To replace a headlight bulb, find the headlight, take out the power wires, replace the old bulb, and reattach the wires. You need a replacement bulb, an owner's manual and a screwdriver.Full Answer >
Condensation develops in headlights when the headlight housing does not vent properly. This is exacerbated when the car is parked in a shady or damp area. Condensation sometimes appears as a coating of mist on the inside of the headlight housing and sometimes as actual drops of water that run down the inside of the housing.Full Answer >
The year model of the Dodge makes no difference in the process used to remove the headlight lens. Items needed to remove the lens are a 10mm wrench, a 10mm socket/ratchet with extension, towels, a clip tool and a Phillips screwdriver.Full Answer >