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Remove the screw from the black tab on top of the headlamp assembly. Around the headlamp plug, there are 3 nuts, remove them carefully, as they are easily dropped and lost, remove the ring that secures the bulb to the assembly, it only turns a portion of a turn. Slide the entire headlight assembly partially out the front, then disconnect the rubber plug that contains the marker/turn signal bulbs. Re assemble in reverse order, making sure the headlight bulb is properly aligned or the ring will not tighten. Also,take care not to touch the headlight bulb glass, as the oil from your fingers may cause the bulb to break when it heats up. Hope this helps.
To replace your turn signal - There are 3 screws on the front of the light assembly. Remove them and slide the light assembly out and you will see the turn signal socket is in the middle of the outer half of the headlight assembly. Twist the socket counter clockwise to take it out of the assembly. Pull the turn signal bulb straight out from the socket. Insert new bulb and reverse procedure to finish.
Open the hood. Discount the neg. battery cable.Theres 3 screws right on top of the light assembly. Remove these screws to remove the headlight. To remove the bulb from the headlight assembly rotate the blub retaining ring counterclockwise. don't touch the new blub when installing. Make sure all 3 tabs go into there slots on the retaining ring when installing the new blub
Disconnect the neg batt,cable, because of the airbags. Remove the 3 bolt holding the lower steering column cover. Remove the top & bottom covers, If you have traction control disconnect the switch. Put tilt down. Remove the 4 screws holding the steering column bezel 2 upper, 2 lower, Tilt towards you to remove. Remove 4 bolts holding the instrument cluster to dash. Bulbs are removed by turning counterclockwise
No, you can easily reach your hand behind without removing anything and the bulb can be removed and replaced. If your hand is too large then their are two screws on the top of the light assembly that once removed you can pull the hole assembly out and change the bulb