Question about 1992 Honda Accord
To remove the entire headlight assembly (not just the bulbs), the bumper has to be removed. There are two large nuts below the headlight assemblies (you'll have to remove the battery and overflow tank to get to the one on the passenger side), several mounting bolts behind the turn signals (single screw to remove these), and several retainers along the bottom. The whole bumper assembly can then be pulled forward. This will reveal at least three screws that hold the black headlight assembly frame to the body (along with the two on top to the radiator support).
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
You doo not need to remove the bumper...the rt side is a bit tighter than the left side though..on the back of the headlamp are plastic screw retainers..they turn 1/4 to 1/2 turn to unlock the headlamp bulbs.( you could remove the battery to do this..it will certainly give you more room.) once you turn the lock grab the bulb and pull it straight back , unplug it and plug the new one in. be careful not to touch the new bulb glass with your fingers as this can get oil on the surface and create a "hot spot" which can lead to premature failure!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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