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I have an 2002 Impala. The headlight is pretty easy to remove and get to the bulb.
Pull up on the 2 plastic tabs. Pull headlight straight forward.
As I recall, there is a plastic tab on the headlight socket that you need to squeeze, then unscrew the socket about a quarter turn.
Picture is right side... left sie is the same.
I have a 2002 Impala, which should have the same headlights.
The headlight assembly is removed very easily.
There are two plastic tabs on the top of each headlamp. Pull both tabs straight up about 1 inch. The headlamp assembly will slide straight forward from the car.
Then you can remove bulb from the assembly.
This may be a little late to help you, but it could help someone else with a 200-2005? Impala.
There are a couple plastic tabs that you pull straight up about 3/4", then the headlight assembly will come out and you can access the bulbs. No tools needed.
Novus products worked for me. There are three strengths. No. 1 is a general spray cleaner. No. 2 is a fine scratch remover that requires some elbow grease. I find rinsing it as I work it in helps speed up the process. The yellowing and small scratches are caused by ozone and sand blowing in the air. This product won't make it factory new but it will give a much better cleaning than any other product I've found. I've saved many friend's the expense of changing their headlights. Don't use windex or dishsoap on headlight plastic. They have ammonia in them and causes microsopic pitting and fractures in clear plastic. I bought my Novus products on line, saved gas running around trying to find it.
To change a headlight bulb in the 2002 Trailblazer: I writing this with the orientation of standing in front of and facing the Trailblazer. Open the hood. Remove the plastic cover that goes from the left to right over the headlight bracket, radiator, etc. It has 4 plastic pop retainers and 2 sheet metal screws. Remove the grill center bar that passes in front of both headlights. The grill and center bar come off as one piece. Start at one end and carefully pry it out, a little at a time. There are 2 clips at the headlight and 2 clips near the center top of the grill and 2 at the bottom. Two more in the other headlight. Each headlight has 2 black metal clips that hold the assembly onto the bracket. One is above and behind headlight assembly, towards the right end if you're working on the left headlight (and visa-versa), and the other is under the fender (it pulls up OK, but may take some patience to push it back down when you're done). Pull the entire headlight assembly forward. I only moved mine an inch or two. On the back of the assembly are round rubber covers. Pull off the one covering the back end of the bulb that needs changing. reach in and turn to bulb clockwise 1/4 turn and it will slip out. Unhook the connector from the bulb. It has a little catch on it, otherwise it just pulls out. Connect the new bulb. Reassemble everything in reverse order. As I said, the under fender clip that holds the headlight assembly on to the bracket may take some patience. It seemed to slip down OK once I had it in exactly the right position. Either that I needed to reach the required amount of cussing. Good Luck...
the cover does not come off they are sealed composite units. lift your hood and look for a white slide clip on both sides of the headlight. you may have to remove black plastic shield. pull up on those clips and premove headlight
There are headlight assemblies available on Ebay for as low as $50 each. I removed mine and drilled a couple 3/8" holes in the bottom to drain the water, and had no more problems.
The headlights are easy to remove. There are two white tabs on each light. Pull them up about 1/2" and the headlight can be pulled out straight forward (after unplugging the wires).
You shouldn't need to. If you pop your hood open, you can unplu the headlight hardness from the bulbs. Then you should be able to turn the bulb assembly about a 1/4 to 1/2 turn and they will come right out.
2002 impala highbeam light ,with new bulb inplace ,it will not come on.low beam, left turn light works I think it is in the wiing connector the headlight asemble .would like to know how the wring is connecting to the headlight asemble. please help. thanks jame