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I can't figure out how to replace the front turn signal

I can see what to remove to replace the high beams and low beams on my 2000 Accord, but I can not for the life of me find out how/what to remove to access my front right turn signal. One of the bulbs in burned out and I need to replace it.

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  • BamaboyinUT Nov 12, 2008

    My turn signal is encased in the same assembly as my headlights. I have the repair manual for my car and it shows the screw that I need to remove, but the photo is different than my car. There is a bolt on top of the head light that I removed, but the light would not come out. I am thinking that maybe the headlight assembly is holding it in place and I might need to unscrew those as if I'm going to replace my headlights before the whole thing will come out.

  • Pizza Guy Nov 25, 2008

    Mine is 2002 Accord 4 cylinder and I need to replace the passenger side low beam light bulb as well, do I need to take out the whole headlight unit because it seems not enough space behind the unit to pull out the bulb. I tried loosen the top screw but can't, the unit did not move at all. The manual did not help either.

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There is one screw on top of headlight assembly that holds turn signal lens in place you have to remove that screw and pull lens straight out. As far as head lamps go its just a matter of getting your hand behind headlight assembly to remove the collar that holds the bulbs in place.

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

  • Gary Queen
    Gary Queen Nov 13, 2008



    Unfasten the front turn signal/side marker light retaining screws

    This is the way I have seen every Honda aside from older models with pop up head lights. Just the one screw. Let me know if this is the same as your diagram


  • Gary Queen
    Gary Queen Nov 13, 2008

    sorry didnt look like diagram went through. Autozone.com shows a pretty good pic



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