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Headlight bulb change

How does someone change the headlight bulbs or remove the entire headlight assembly on a 98 Chev K1500 pickup. Thx

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There should be two rods about 4" long with a 90 degree bend on the top at the rear of the light assembly straight down thru the top, pull them up and the whole assembly will pull out

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First, you have to remove the turn signal assembly. For this, you need a small star shaped screwdriver and remove the 1 screw holding the turn signal in place. Pull straight out and remove the bulbs from the signal assembly by turning the sockets about 1/4 turn. Set that aside.
Second, there's 3 bolts that will be holding the headlight assembly in place. One is accessable from the engine compartment with the hood up. The other two are located under the headlight. (All of them face the front of the car). Remove all three and the headlight will be able to swing out, giving you access to the sockets and bulbs. Remove the bulb connector from the bulb first, then twist the bulb retaining ring and pull the bulb straight out after the ring is off.
Reassembly is the reverse of disassembly.

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I assume you're referring to the bulbs and not the entire assembly:

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