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There should be a cover on the back of the assebly. a few crews and some metal clips. I dont think you have to remove the whole assembly to change it if i remember right. it should just be a protective cover.
the headlight socket cover inside the engine compartment. The cover is
on the back of the headlight assembly; it is round and made of plastic
Remove the headlight socket cover by pulling it off or
twisting it to the left and then pulling it off. You can see the
headlight socket once the cover is removed.
Grip the headlight socket, turn it to the left and pull it out of the assembly. The light bulb is connected to the socket.
Pull the bulb straight out of the socket and discard it in a waste receptacle.
Plug the replacement bulb into the socket, taking care
not to touch the glass. The oils on your skin can shorten the life of
the bulb if you touch the glass. Wear gloves to prevent touching the
Place the socket back into the light assembly and turn it to the right to lock it in place.
Slide the headlight socket cover over the socket and
press on it to secure it, or turn it to the right, depending on how you
have removed it in Step 2.
Repeat Steps 2 through 7 to replace the other headlight bulb.
The piece of plastic that fills in under the front of the car is held to the front fender, the wheel well liner and the air dam with a number of screws. There are also two splits in this cover immediately adjacent to 2 of these screws - if you remove just the two screws that are behind the air dam that connect the black plastic to the fender, you'll find that you now have a small door that will hinge downwards to let you get your arm in. The turn signal bulb socket is now accessable. Press in the locking tab and rotate the socket to remove it. Replace the bulb with a 3157LL bulb. (The factory bulb is a 3157K, the 3157LL is a "Long-Life" bulb), and considering what a pain it is to change, long-life is well worth the extra buck or you can replace them with the LEDs that are out now. Good luck and hope this helps.
the CR-V uses a bulb with a small tab, typically facing up, remove the runner cover, plastic cover, retaining wire... use a small mirror to locate which direction the tab should be facing.
install the bulb while holding the retaining wire out of the way. once the bulb is in install the retaining wire carefully... check the bulb position by looking in the front of the headlamp. it should be level.
replace the plastic cover, then struggle with the rubber cover... :-) install the connector.
there is 2 bolts on top 1 top outer and 1 top front behind grill, u need to remove the top center black cover and 1 bottom side outer need to remove the inner finder liner to get to the 3rd bolt. hope that helps, it is stupid
its real simple look at the license plates then look up you will see 2 screw per lamp / unscrew them and slide remove its a 194 bulb so get some ready then replace and put back / Please rate my response thank you very much
I had to remove the entire light bar assy by taking every bolt loose to gain access to replace the tag bulbs on my 2000 Buick Lesabre. It is necessary to replace only one bulb so I replaced all bulbs with the new longer lasting bulbs...the bulbs are not expensive just impossible to gain access to them one at a time. It seems like GM made it so you would have to take it into the GM Dealer. A deep well socket makes the task muck easier! Hope this helps!
Drivers side: Remove plastic cover on rear of headlamp by pushing down on long wire clip.Pull cover outwards and downwards to release the two clips on top of cover.
Remove wiring connection from rear of bulb.
You will now find that a mirror and torch will come in handy.Using the mirror you will see that the bulb is held in place with a spring clip that locates under a metal lug on the headlamp.Push the clip so that it releases from the lug and swing the clip away from the bulb.Remove old bulb.
Insert new bulb making sure the locating tab is in the correct position.[Use the mirror to check].
Replace spring clip.
Replace rear cover and long wire clip.
Passenger side:Little more difficult.Remove battery cover and follow the same instructions as for the drivers side.Not so much room to work this side though.
Do not touch the glass parts of the bulbs whilst changing them and if you do clean the glass with metholated spirits before fitting.