Question about 2007 Cadillac DTS Sedan
You have to take off the headlamp assembly, 2 bolts, easy to spot. comes out as 1 unit. lots of wire. shouldn't have to adjust anything if ytou put the washer back in the same mark it left in the frame. 1 bolt on top under the flap on either side. i bolt on the bottom by the radiator opening. hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
wow i feel sorry for you because Cadillac designed this bulb to be a don't get to bulb but OK here's what you do take the bottom cover off or skid plastic panel under neath the front end theirs little plastic clips holding it on just get come dikes and don't cut them but just use it to help pull them out. after you get that off use a flash light and locate your light housing you should see two screws holding the house in i think those screws are 8mm i cant remember remove those two screws and be careful the metal from the bumper cuts you pull the light housing out and remove all the screws around the housing and open the housing up replace the bulb and make sure your contact to the bulbs clean and then reassemble the way you took apart. if you cant get it well then best bet is take it somewhere i know Cadillac charges an arm and a leg so you can go somewhere else.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
In your manual on page 5-53 it states how to change the bulb out
for the turning signals - we had the drivers side out. Gave it to our mechanic and had it completed in about 2 hours.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Actually no you don't. Crank your steering wheel all the way to the right so yo have the maxumum clearance for your hands and arms in the front of the wheel well. Remove the plastic clips that hold the wheel well splash guard and pull it back enough to allow access to the interior of your bumper.
Replace bulbs as needed.
Yes, a jack is nice and makes it a touch easier to access, but I did this in an AutoZone parking lot during a cross country road trip.
5 mins tops to complete.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
that's a tough one to do. Requires unscrewing bolts underneath the car to remove the entire lense assembly. Best left to a professional or a lot of time (1 or 2 hours) to undo everything and put it back.
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
I called the dealer,They wanted $85 an hour,an two hours to do it!!!!I took the front splash guard off under the front ,Just put on with plastic plugs,Then took the inner fender well off also with plastic plugs.Turned the wheel in,I didn't have to remove it.. and used a screw driver to take a cover off to get at the bulb..It took some time and it was not easy to get at.But it was warm outside when i did it,and saved afew bucks too!!Be patient and its really not that hard.I've done it twice......
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
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