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the front of the car and open the hood. Locate the two screws that
mount the headlight assembly to the front of the vehicle. The screws are on top of the assembly at both ends. Use a Phillips head
screwdriver to remove the screws. Pull the headlight assembly straight
off of the Intrepid.
the turn signal electrical connector at the outer side of the headlight
assembly. There is a thick wire coming out of it. Turn the electrical
bulb socket counterclockwise to take it out of the headlight assembly.
Pull the turn signal bulb straight out of the electrical socket.
in a new turn signal bulb. Reinstall the electrical socket with the new bulb in it to the
headlight assembly. Turn the socket clockwise until it is tight. Push
the headlight assembly back in place on the car and use and screwdriver to put the mounting screws back in.
Use a #20 Torx screwdriver to remove two screws located on the inner side tail light assembly w/ trunk open.
Pull taillight assembly straight back from the vehicle to get it off.
You may need to utilize a wedge to gently work the top and bottom of
assembly away from vehicle on outer side. Be careful though as you don't want to scratch the paint
Once removed, twist applicable light cover counter clockwise and pull to access light bulb.
Remove the single torx screw holding the parking lamp assembly to the headlamp assembly. Remove the parking lamp bulb and sockets from the main assembly and set aside. Remove the three bolts holding the headlamp assembly. Pull the headlamp assembly forward off of the alignment pin and disconnect the harness from the back of the bulbs. Turn the bulb holder and pull the bulb out. Replace in reverse. Total replacement should take 15 minutes. Gregg > Thanks for the tips Gregg! Indeed, don't work anywhere but in front of the grill. Notes from my adventure: You'll need a t-10 torx skinny screwdriver, and a 10mm socket wrench/driver. Find the little torx screw near the bottom side of the headlight nearest the wheel and remove it. Tug and wiggle on the turn signal unit and it'll come loose. You'll find three 10mm bolts that hold the headlight unit in. More tug and wiggle and the unit falls free. After bulb replacement (don't touch the glass or finger oils can cause it break under high heat) replace the headlight unit. You'll see little plastic guides that the signal unit slides into- replace the unit and the tiny screw that holds it all in place. Replace the other bulb too, the second one takes a tenth of the time :)
The bulb in the rear light has burned out and to replace it follow these instructions: 1) go to your owner's manual to find out the part number. You can find and purchase the replacement bulb at Target, any auto parts store and even at Walmart for under $4.00; 2) pop open the trunk door; 3) get a phillips screw driver and unscrew the 2 screws holding the rear brake light fixture to your car body; 4) as soon as you turn over the fixture you'll see where to pull out the burned out bulb and replace it with the new one(s). Good luck!