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Can't picture the 84 model in my mind,but from experience if there are no visible screws then it is bolted on from behind(if in the bumper assembly) If it is part of /next to the headlight assy then you will probably have to remove the headlight trim and possibly the headlight also. From there you should find some type of retaining device (or combination of them) a screw or bolt and possibly a snap in socket of some kind.
Yes. Save radio code.Yank off one of the battery terminals. Turn headlights on for 30 seconds to dump computer memory. Re connect battery.Re set radio and clock. If that doesn't turn off the air bag light,see body shop for air bag re set. Happens a LOT. It's a Toyota thing.
if the turn signal cover is loose, and you are not really sure and dont want to break yours, visit your local junk yard and try the exact same thing there. But you could always try a rag and a flat head screwdriver, use the rag to cover the screwdriver and gently pry the turn signal lens out from the back of the housing. Usually the rubber grommets have just gotten old with age and weather. have you tried removing your headlight? although rare, somethimes the headlights need to come out first with certain models.
The bulb is removed from the back side & the lens is sealed to keep it waterproof and shouldn't be removed.
On most of these, you have to get access from behind, even if it means you have to remove the unit itself, or parts of the car, to gain access to the rear. Once you do, it's an easy replacement.
Remove the metal clips (if they're still there) heat it up with a hairdryer or commercial hot air gun to soften the seal and pry apart. Be CAREFUL, the lens might break. When you're done, reseal and check the wire inlet to make sure it is still sealed (might have been the cause of moisture ingress in the first place).
Alternatively, buy replacement headlights, the lexan may have dulled and it may not be dirt (very typical for 3000gt headlights)