Question about 1996 Lexus ES 300
Headlights want come on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Obviously the furst thing you need to make sure you have are the replacement lights
Step 1 Open the hood and unplug the HID power connector from the back of the headlight assembly
Step 2 Pull the protective rubber boot off the headlight housing.
Step 3 Squeeze the tabs on the wire clip that holds the headlight in place.
Step 4 Pull the headlight out of the back of the headlight housing assembly.
Step 5 Insert a new headlight.
Step 6 Secure the headlight with the factory wire clip.
Step 7 Replace the rubber boot.
Step 8 Plug the HID electrical connector back into the headlight.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
SOURCE: how to change headlight bulb
open your hood look behind the headlight you will see various cables depending on high or low beams are the cables you need to fallow the projector beam is low beam and the hallogen is high beam look for the clip that holds it in place do not touch new bulb with fingers this will damage the bulb use a paper towel or such to install nothing is to touch bulb or the life of the bulb will be shortened by residue left on it
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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Open the hood of the ES300 and prop it open.
Look at the headlight assembly from the top down. Depending on your model year, there may be a plastic panel covering the top of the headlight assembly. If this is present, remove it by lifting all of the plastic clips around the edges and lifting it off.
Locate the three bolts that hold the headlight assembly in place. Two of the bolts are in the left and right rear corners of the assembly, and the third is on the side bordering the outside edge of the car, screwed into the back of the fender panel. Remove all of these bolts with a small adjustable wrench. Though they appear to be designed to be removed with a screwdriver, the way they're arranged makes it almost impossible to remove them with one.
Slide the entire headlight assembly forward a few inches so that you can reach the back of it.
Unscrew the plastic bulb socket assembly. This is the large, round component located right in the middle of the back of the main assembly. Turn it about a quarter turn to the left and you can pull it away from the main assembly. If you're replacing both the bulb and the main assembly, see the next section on how to replace the bulb, then resume this process
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