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The lincoln LS had the same problems, and the lens was held to the headlight assembly with a sticky glue.
To remove them, some guys were successful by warming the headlight assembly in the oven untill the glue softened up enough to be pulled apart.
Be careful if you try this, to much head and..oops I melted my headlight
FIRST OF ALL WEAR CLEAN GLOVES BECAUSE YOU HANDLING HALOGEN BULBS IF OILS FROM YOR HANDS GET ON BULB IT WILL BLOW THEM.TO GET TO BULBS YOU HAVE TO REMOVE HEADLIGHT HOUSING YOU HAVE TO REMOVE 2 TOP BOLTS SECURING HEADLIGHT HOUSING TO THE RADIATOR SUPPORT THEN YOU HAVE TO REMOVE RETAINING NUTS SECURING THE INNER END OF THE HEADLIGHT HOUSING FROM BEHIND THE RADIATOR SUPPORT.YOU NEED A MANUAL TO SEE WHERE YOUR HEADLIGHT SECURING BOLTS LOCATED.
Most Auto Stores sell a headlight solution that cleans the fogginess of your headlight. Assuming your headlight looks dirty and cloudy as would a pool, a simple solution is to pick up the cleaner at any auto place. That is a lot cheaper than buying a new headlight.
you cant really get inside of the lenses because they are glued together and usually break when you try to disassemble them. the lights should just turn slightly to the left and pull right out no special tools required.
If you just want to replace the bulb yourself, this is a good website.
http://www.paulstravelpictures.com/Nissan-Altima-Headlight-Bulb/Nissan-Altima-Passenger-Side-Headlight.htm If the website does't get your headlight fixed... You might have a blown fuse. It could be in the IPDM E/R location under the hood. This is next to the coolant bottle. Remove the coolant bottle with two screws and lift the cover to the IPDM E/R. Just set the coolant bottle aside for now. The low beam fuses are 49 and 50. They are 15A fuses. To be more precise, they are located on row 2, columns 2 and 3 (column 1 being closest to the fender of the car). Hope this helps.
you have to remove the bulbs from inside of the hood in the engine compartment. in some cars you have to remove some "pins' and remove the entire headlight assembly.. You then remove the holder where the lightbulb is located and replace the bulb.