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Re: how do i get the front head light lense off
Open the hood and look at the back of the light all you change is the bulb... you push in on the bulb and twist take it out and then take to the auto part store and they will give you the right one.. PS most auto part stores will take your old one out for you and put new one in
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When looking from the outside of the headlight at the bulb, can you see the bulb clearly?? These lenses are notorious for dulling very badly. If it has you can use a regular headlight 'restoring' kit sold at most auto part locations.
If it is not a lens issue, you may have a wiring/supply issue. Then you would need to find the troublesome wire/connection. I am not the best at wiring issues, but I would try to find a power source wire with the same amperage rating, run a bypass jumper from a known good voltage source and see if the light changes. If no change, your problem may be the harness or plug at the rear of the headlight bulb. Hope I could help GL
Access to the tail light cluster should be through panels in the rear corners of the vehicle. Remove the panel and you can remove the tail light cluster to replace the bulbs. This is the position on most sedans, unless, like on pick-ups, the tail light lenses have screws which allow the lenses to be removed to change the bulbs.
Hello i can assist you open your hood behind the head lamp lenses is a head lamp bulb socket twist it counter clock wise then remove the socket and bulb unplug your old bulb replace with your new bulb and replace the socket back and clock wise tighten.Now turn your head lights on check both high beam and low.
To replace the headlight bulbs.You need to remove the head light assembly out.The head light assembly is held by 2 to 3 three screws on each side. You need to remove those screws first.The front trim will get loose,the front trim is held by pins.The pins are of plastic and easy to release.Just release this pins and the front trim will get completely loose and can be easily taken off/.
The head light assembly is in the front fender.Once the front trim is removed the head light assembly can be easily removed from front fender compartment.If its bit tight there,then you can use a screwdriver to give it a pull towards out.The head light bulbs can now be easily seen as well as easily removed now.Turn the bulb socket counterclockwise to remove the bulb from the bulb assembly.--------Keep updated for any more queries.Thanks.
Do you have a test light? On the plug to the right rear light, check for power on the dark green wire with someone holding the brake. If it lights up replace the circuit board the bulbs are pushed into. The parts stores stock these. If you don't have a test light, try switching the rear lenses side to side and see if the problem switches sides.
Your front turn signal socket is shot. Buy a new one at the dealer for about 30.00. It will fix it. You may be able to clean it and wiggle it to get it to work. But it wont last very long. I had the same problem. Replaced the socket and it is fine. Note: If one side is bad the other side it not far behind. Probably 2 or 3 months it will go also. Good Luck.
the light assembly has to come out. there are two bolts 10mm. heads on top but after you take the bolts out pull light forward the bottom plastic on your bumper will get in the way carefully!! push down the plastic this will not be fun because the tollerance is to close.but with the lense in your hand you will get right to it.
Hello, the front light bulbs are easily changed by twisting the plastic holder in the back of the lamp that holds the bulb counter-clockwise. You turn it about a 1/4 turn and then it pulls out and you can switch bulbs. Do not touch the new bulb with your fingers because oil from your fingers will cause the bulb to burn out quickly.