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How do I change the lowbeam headlight on my 2003 Chev Trail Blaze

How do I change the low beam on my 2003 chev trail blazer?

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To Replace:

  • Remove the headlight bezel retaining screws. Remove the bezel. If necessary, disconnect the turn signal lamp wires.
  • Remove the retaining ring screws from one or both lights.
  • Remove the retaining rings.
  • Remove the light from the housing. Disconnect the wiring connector from the back of the light.
  • Push the wiring connector onto the prongs at the rear of the new light.
  • Place the new light in the headlight housing. Position it so the embossed number in the light lens is on the top.
  • Place the retaining ring over the light and install the retaining ring screws. Tighten them slightly.
  • Check the aim of the headlight and adjust it, if necessary.
  • Install the headlight bezel. Secure it with the retaining screws.
  • Connect the turn signal lamp wiring (if it was disconnected).

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Hi..Should be a Halogen bulb High-low beam combo maybe.
As you are looking down at the back of the headlight assembly
gently push down on the clip that holds the wiring harness to the
bulb. Now rotate the bulb counter clock wise (left) and then remove
it. Reverse process to install.
check it out..
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Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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