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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: headlight assy removal
First, you need to remove the front bumper cover, it's held on by clips and screws on top, side and bottom. Then you can remove two bolts on top side of the headlight, also remove the bolt on the side close to the fender, you will see this one once the bumper cover is off. Disconnect the connectors at the back of the headlight, and then remove the light. Sometimes you may have to pull on the lamp housing a little to pop it out from the retaining clip, if not then just wiggle it out carefully. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
two torx head screws per headlight, once you loosen them you will see they are very long, pull them out and the headlight should pull forward
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
THE TOP SCREWS ARE EASY. THEN THERES THE BOTTOM OF THE GRILL. REMOVE PARKING LIGHTS. THERE ARE 3 PLACES AT THE BOTTOM OF THE GRILL THAT HOLD IT. THERE ARE NO SCREWS OR BOLTS TO REMOVE. JUST 3 PLACES WITH PUSH BRACKETS. LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTER,,A LITTLE TRICKY BUT DONT GIVE UP. LIFT AND PULL THESE TABS/BRACKETS. THE BOTTOM CHROME SHOULD COME OUT A TAB AT A TIME. YOU WILL DO GOOD,,,,RIGHT? YES
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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