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The halogen replacement bulb assemblies go in at the rear of the headlight plastic housing. It's just a twist lock to remove the lamp. After removal of the burnt out bulbs, do not touch the new halogen bulb with your fingers, latex gloves work best. oils from your fingers will cause the outer glass to break when bulb gets hot
Someone with skills/tools to enter a car with the keys locked in it may be able to get you in there.Ask a locksmith(they will probably charge less if you bring the car to them).The various vehicle entry tools to open a door might also work to open the hood.
remove upper air intake splash shield.remove the headlight housing retaining bolts and pull the housing assembly out to access the bulbs.rotate bulb holder counterclockwise to remove bulbs.WARNING YOU NEED TO WEAR CLEAN GLOVE TO REPLACE HEADLIGHT BULBS BECAUSE THEY ARE HALOGEN BULBS. IF YOU TOUCH HALOGEN BULBS WITH BARE HANDS. OILS FROM SKIN WILL CAUSE HALOGEN BULBS TO OVERHEAT BLOW OUT SO WEAR CLEAN DRY GLOVES.
it sounds like you have a bad connection on the left headlight either the earth or the power wire,check the connector on the headlight bulb plus all the other wiring & connector plugs.....hope this helps.....cheers.
Removal & InstallationTo Remove: WARNING The halogen fog light bulb contains gas under pressure. The bulb may shatter if the glass envelope is scratched or if the bulb is dropped. Handle the bulb only by its base. Avoid touching the glass envelope. NOTE: The headlight bulb should not be removed from the headlight assembly until just before a replacement bulb is installed. Removing the bulb for an extended period of time may affect headlight bulb performance. Contaminants may enter the headlight assembly where they can settle on the lens and reflector. Never turn on the headlights with the bulb removed.
Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions in the beginning of this section.
NOTE: Make sure that the headlight switch and the ignition switch are in the OFF position.
Remove the pin-type retainers, screws and the air deflector from the radiator.
Remove the three bolts and the headlight assembly.
Disconnect the electrical connector.
Remove the cover from the rear of the headlight assembly.
If equipped with HID, release the spring tabs to remove the low beam bulb, otherwise disconnect the electrical connector and remove the bulb.
Disconnect the electrical connector and remove the high beam bulb.
HID low beam headlight bulb
Standard low beam headlight bulb
High beam headlight bulb
Place the headlight assembly in the proper position.
Install the cover from the rear of the headlight assembly.
Connect the electrical connector.
Install the three bolts and the headlight assembly.
May have a small head gasket leak or cracked head or block, that is usually the way water will get into your oil, unless it was poured in by mistake through the oil fill tube. If you are losing water in your radiator, there are major issues there.
On either side of the headlight wiring assembly, in the engine compartment, you will find 2 small tabs. They are located to the sides and towards the bulb of the plastic assembly. Press these 2 tabs in while pulling the wire assembly out. Remove the rubber gasket and unhook the wire spring holding the bulb in place. The bulb come right out. The bulbs are halogen so do not handle the new bulb by the glass.