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The Halfords (HBU380) 21/5W car bulbs are manufactured to original equipment standards.
 
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Halfords Vauxhall astra h 2004 1.4 headlamp bulb
Posted11 October 2011
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Onemanmade
fromNew Cumnock, Scotland
Age Group: Under 25
Gender: Male
Attitude to Shopping: Value for Money - I like things to be as cheap as possible
Family: I'm Living with Partner/Spouse - No Children
Attitude to Car Maintenance: Enthusiast
How many cars: 1
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I have been using bulbs for my cars since 2006 and I have always found them to be high quality and long lasting for whichever make and model (3 Fiat puntos of varying years, models and specs, and 1 vauxhall astra) Of car I use them on. They are also reasonably priced.
I recommend this product!
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The Halfords (HBU380) 21/5W car bulbs are manufactured to original equipment standards.
 

How do you fit?

It depends on the make and model of car, but generally there will either be a hatch you can open for access to the inside of the bulb casing, or the bulb casing cluster will have to be removed, again usually from behind the outside cluster.
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