Question about 2004 Buick Rendezvous
How do I replace the low beam bulb in a 2004 Buick Rendevouz? I pulled the white clip up & took out the screw on the side of the headlamp sturcture. The thing still won't lose up so that I can replace the bulb. There's got to be a third release I can't find. What release am I missing?
You are correct there is a third connection from the Headlight assembly to the car but it is made with the white pull-up connector. There are actually two plastic studs that are both holding the lamp assembly to the vehicle but they are both released with the one white pull-up clip. Make sure you are pulling up and forward on that clip to release the hold on the HL assembly. After you remove the white clip and the side fastener the HL assembly will come out. Sometimes you will have a wresting match with it to pull it free as they do get stuck after time. One way I loosen them up is by smacking them with an open hand with just the right amount of force, just be sure not to hurt you or the assembly and take off your rings.
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just Replaced a Low Beam Light bulb on a 2005 Buick La Sabre.
If You use a Metric socket and Remove the Two Silver bolts Attaching the headlight Assemble onto the metal surrounding the the lamp assembly it comes out to the front. This makes it much easier to access the bulb. Twist it counerclockwise & it comes out by pulling gently on the bulb. Then by realeasing a tab that is the socket holder bulb can be removed & replaced with a New #9006 low beam halogen light bulb. Wrap a Paper towel around the bulb & do NOT touch it with your bare hand as this wiil ruin a halogen bulb,
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
if you open up the hood and find your fuel rail you should see a little cap just like what is on your tire valve stems. take the cap off and push the little valve in the center agian just like the valve stem on your tire. be vary carefull as fuel will spray out of this. that is how to depressurize the fuel system
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
Some of these, the headlight housing comes out, usually 2 thumbscrews that are easily removed to access the housing. Tools usually are not needed,
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
Power for the headlights on the Left side (High and low beam.) comes from the same fuse... The ORANGE wire and the ORANGE/BLACK are the same, they connect in the harness. If you only lack the 12v to make the light work connect them at the headlight assembly.
If your low beam also lacks ground the Left low beam ground is shared with the right low beam ground... Run a wire from left low beam DARK BLUE to right low beam DARK BLUE/WHITE.
If its not working now then your cursed, seek a witch doctor.
Posted on May 23, 2010
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