Subaru Forester: Headlights (models with HID headlights) - Replacing bulbs - Maintenance and service - Subaru Forester Owner's ManualSubaru Forester: Headlights (models with HID headlights)

High-intensity-discharge (HID) bulbs

High-intensity-discharge (HID) bulbs are used for the low beams of the headlights. These HID bulbs use an extremely high voltage. To avoid the risk of an electric shock that could result in serious injury, observe the following precautions.

- Do not replace any headlight bulbs (both low beam and high beam) by yourself.

- Do not remove/restore the headlight assemblies by yourself.

- Do not remove any headlightassembly components by yourself.

For replacement, contact your SUBARU dealer.

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