Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
You need to remove the entire headlamp assembly. There are a couple of screws on the top that hold it tight that have to be removed. After you remove the screws the assembly will be loose, but still held in place by a plastic tab towards the outside of the assembly. You just need to pull the assembly out. It may not come out easily. One side of mine came out easily, the other side I had to tug and pull pretty hard. After you replace the bulb you need to slide and push the assembly back in place. The tab needs to go in first. You will know when it is in place correctly when there about a half inch gap between the assembly and the bumper. If the assembly rests on the bumper you do not have it in correctly. Replace the screws on the top.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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