Question about 2005 Toyota Corolla
Passenger side near battery
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Put on your marigold gloves, pull off the 3 terminal plug behind the bulb.
Undo the retaining ring.
Pull out the bulb, memorizing its position, check its the same as your new one, and don´t touch glass on new bulb, as any grease on it will do it no good.
Pop it in and fit the securing ring and refit the plug.
Now test it for dip and main beam.
See it was easy !
Good Luck !
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
You should be able to access the buld holder from the rear of the headlight. It's a nylon bulb holder with a lock thing on it. You squeeze the lock part and turn it counterclock wise, and it should come out. Remove the old bulb and install the new one being careful not to touch the glass of the new bulb with bare fingers. The finger print you will leave can cause the bulb to prematurely die on you.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
Open up the hood, and go in behind the fixture where the light is located. Grasp the headlamp electrical connector socket (with wires coming out of it) and disconnect it by pulling straight back. Pull off the black, soft rubber protective housing that surrounds the back of the headlamp housing. You will then see a spring clip securing the bulb. Push the clip in and up on an angle and it will release the bulb. Never touch the new bulb with your bare fingers, as the skin-oil you leave will greatly shorten the bulb's life. Place the new bulb assembly into the housing, push the clip in and up again, but in the opposite direction of the first angle to release it and it will lock. Then replace the black rubber housing-cover, plug the electrical connector back in, and you're in business.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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