Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
There should be two 8mm bolts on top of the healdlamp capsule that are visable when the hood is open. unscrew the bolts and pull them out they are about 8in long. once the bolts are removed you are going to need a small prybar or a big flathead screwdriver and you need to carefully pop the head light capsule out of its retaining clips. it will come out hard but be careful not to crack the headlight capsule or the plastic bracket it clips into. once the capsule has been removed you can gain access to change all the bulbs in the unit. some of the white clips may come off with the capsule. you must remove them and snap them back into the plastic bracket from which they came before installing the capsule otherwise you will break the bracket or headlight capsule. dont be afraid to use a little grease on the clips on assembly to ease installation.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
SOURCE: Driver's side head light
There is 2 plastic clips behind the headlight, lift these up and pull the headlight out. Then just twist the plastic cap out of the headlight and replace. (Do not touch the bulb when replacing). Then put headlight back in all the way and slide the plastic retainer clips back into position.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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