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What is a Reflector Bezel?
A Reflector Bezel is a plastic or metal housing that encases the reflector of a vehicle’s exterior lighting. They are typically located in the headlight, taillight, and fog light assemblies.
What is the purpose of a Reflector Bezel?
The purpose of a Reflector Bezel is to protect the reflector from dirt, dust, and debris, as well as to provide an aesthetically pleasing look for the exterior lighting of a vehicle.
How do I know if my Reflector Bezel is faulty?
If your Reflector Bezel is cracked, broken, or missing, it is likely faulty and should be replaced. You should also inspect the bezel for any signs of corrosion or rust, as this can indicate a fault.
Can a faulty Reflector Bezel cause damage to my vehicle?
Yes, a faulty Reflector Bezel can cause damage to your vehicle. A cracked or broken bezel can allow dirt, dust, and debris to enter the reflector, which can cause damage to the reflector itself. Additionally, if the seal of the bezel is not secure, moisture can enter the reflector, leading to corrosion and rust.
How do I replace a Reflector Bezel?
Replacing a Reflector Bezel is not a difficult task. The steps are as follows:
- Disconnect the negative battery cable.
- Unscrew the mounting screws and remove the reflector bezel.
- Clean the surface where the bezel was mounted.
- Place the new reflector bezel in the mounting location and align it correctly.
- Secure the bezel with the mounting screws.
- Reconnect the negative battery cable.