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2005 toyota sienna intermittent lowbeam headlight problem

Changed out headlight relay already. I know the bulbs are not burned out because they work sometimes

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SOURCE: lowbeam headlight not working

I went to the dealer, the parts for this are back ordered... must be a common problem.

The terminal clips weaken over time, then fail. They need to be replaced, if you go the the Volvo dealer and ask they may help you out. Failing that, you could contact Volvo directly and ask them. They may make good for you. If nobody will help you, maybe the NHSTA should know about this saftey defect...

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SOURCE: Removal of headlight housing to replace lowbeam bulb.

found this online- haven't tried yet though--
How do you change a headlight bulb on a 2003 Toyota Celica GT? Under the plastic covering the headlight there is a lot of fog and condensation and I want to clean it off, so how do I take off the plastic that covers the headlight?

  • 9 months ago
Seem to be seal is wear off
already on the front cover
The way to open that
1. There is four screws at the back of
the headlights and unscrew them
2. Pull the headlight and dry it
by wiping or heat of the sun or
anything that can release the fog
3. Buy silicon and seal the headlight
gap with silicon and let it dry for a hour
This will help kept away fog
and condensation for sure

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: I need to replace the headlight on my 1994 Toyota Pickup

CAUTION Most headlight retaining rings and trim bezels have very sharp edges. Wear gloves. Never pry or push on a headlamp; it can shatter suddenly.

  1. Make sure the headlight switch is in the off position.
  2. Loosen the parking and side turn signal unit retaining screws. Then remove the units unplugging the connectors.



0900c15280061083.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Fig. 1: After removing the parking lamp screws, push on the grille clips to release the grille from the truck
  1. Next, open the hood to gain access to the grille clips. Using a flat-bladded tool, push on the clips to release them and the grille.



0900c15280061084.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Fig. 2: Remove the grille from the truck and set aside
  1. The sealed beam is held in place by a retainer and either 2 or 4 small screws. Identify these screws before applying any tools.DO NOT confuse the small retaining screws with the larger aiming screws. There will be two aiming screws or adjustors for each lamp. (One adjustor controls the up/down motion and the other controls the left/right motion.) Identify the adjustors and avoid them during removal. If they are not disturbed, the new headlamp will be in identical aim to the old one.



0900c15280061085.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Fig. 3: Remove the headlight bezel which is secured by screws
  1. Using a small screwdriver (preferably magnetic) and a pair of taper-nose pliers if necessary, remove the small screws in the headlamp retainer. DON'T drop the screws; they vanish into unknown locations.



0900c15280061086.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Fig. 4: Be careful when removing the headlight bezels, they can be sharp
A good kitchen or household magnet placed on the shank of the screwdriver will provide enough grip to hold the screw during removal.
  1. Remove the retainer and the headlamp may be gently pulled free from its mounts. Detach the connector from the back of the sealed beam unit and remove the unit from the car.



0900c15280061087.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Fig. 5: Pull the light out, then unplug the wiring harness from behind it

Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Releasing 2005 Toyota Sienna spare tire

On my 2004 toyota,,,directly behind the passenger side front seat (have to push passenger seat all the way forward to see it, there is a small square flap in the carpet,,,lift that up and underneath is a big bolt which you turn counterclock wise with your spare tire lug wrench and the tire will lower to the ground. thats about it. good luck

Posted on Oct 12, 2009

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SOURCE: my 2001 honda civic lowbeam headlight is not

there is a recall for the headlight switch on some 2001 civics. my old car had same problem.the headlight wire harness can overheat and may cause the low-beams to fail

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Removal of headlight housing to replace lowbeam bulb.


found this online- haven't tried yet though--
How do you change a headlight bulb on a 2003 Toyota Celica GT? Under the plastic covering the headlight there is a lot of fog and condensation and I want to clean it off, so how do I take off the plastic that covers the headlight?
  • 9 months ago
Seem to be seal is wear off
already on the front cover
The way to open that
1. There is four screws at the back of
the headlights and unscrew them
2. Pull the headlight and dry it
by wiping or heat of the sun or
anything that can release the fog
3. Buy silicon and seal the headlight
gap with silicon and let it dry for a hour
This will help kept away fog
and condensation for sure

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