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not sure about removing all that! Hard to believe. Have you inspected the underneath of the hood to be sure? Try a good inspection, there has to be an easier way than that. Alternatively try the parts department at your local dealer - go - don't waste tiem with a call, ask for some assistance - perhaps a diagram. Best regards Ck
You're talking about the headlights?
It's possible that you are turning the headlight adjustment screws?
I had a 96 LHS, and I'm sorry, I can't remember how to change the bulbs.
Usually, you can reach in behind the headlights and unscrew the sockets.
The headlight housing must be removed to access the bulbs on the back of the housing.HOWEVER!!! you must take loose the bumper on the side you are replacing.To do this you also have to take loose the inner finder and turn you wheel sharply in the opposite direction of the bulb to be replaced.There is a 10mm nut you will have to remove inside as well as multiple plastic fasteners along the inner finder and across the front under the hood.Bulb just twist out to remove once the housing is removed.Also, resist the urge to use a very large hammer.Use caution when pulling the plastic bumper out where the 10mm nut was removed, the stud can easily scratch the paint while working the housing out of its socket.
headlights are changed from within the engine compartment... if it's the side the battery is on.. it will likely need to be removed first... do not touch the bulbs with your fingers as that shortens their life.
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