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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Open the hood, and in the top right and left corners of the primary headlamps you'll see two pins (L shaped) swing them out (towards the front of the truck) and lift out. This allows you to remove the upper headlamp assembly. You can then remove the lower assembly by pushing outwards on the plastic clip that is hooked into a metal clip. Once it's out you just turn the bulb to remove it.
It's much easier if you unhook the leads to the upper assembly's bulbes so you can set the whole thing aside.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
There should be two L shaped rod on the top of the headlight buckets that you need to lift and remove.Then you can pull the whole assembly out and replace the bulbs.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
under the hood there will be a large, plastic weather cover to unscew by hand, remove the 3 pin connecting plug, there will be a spring loaded clip holding in the globe, depress the looped end and divert it over to one side thsi will release the globe, assembly is in reverse, be careful as not to touch the end og the globe, as the oil on your fingers are detremental to its operation. No special tools required to do this. Good luck
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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