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They twist out of their socket and unplug. If they cannot be accessed when on the vehicle it will be a paint. Either remove things you can in the engine bay or you will have to remove the grill. there will be four 7mm bolts on top one above the GMC emblem the rest is clipped to the vehicle as well as the trim just below the grille carefull not to break tabs on that trim piece. Once the grill is off its simple unbolt headlight and change away. Steve
I had a the same problem on my 1997 Toyota Corolla. Yours is a little different, but it should have the same basic idea to it. I had to remove the three bolts holding on the hood latch using a socket wrench. I had to remove the toyota emblem out of the front grill in order to be able to access them and loosen them. The hood latch is also attached to the grill by a seperate screw, and I just ended up breaking this piece off, which you can't see from the outside of the car anyway. Then you can easily lift up your hood, remove the latch, and reattach it to the car with the hood up and a new cable attached!
There is an entire section in the Manual as to how to change the headlights. It involves dismantling the grill of the car. There are about six black pegs that need to be pulled out that attach the grill to the car. Pull the grill up and towards you. The silver trim that the Chevy emblem is on will pop off. Then on each light there are two screws that need to be removed on the top, and one hex screw on the side about half-way down the light. You can then pull the light up and out towards you to change the bulb.