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When changing a headlamp in a mercedes benz c280 1995. Lift the hood latch on the inside of the car. This is located under the driver side of the car. Release the hoodlatch in the front. Open the hood and behind the headlamp (left or right), Remove the two clamps that hold the back cover onto the light. After this cover is removed, behind the headlight there is a wire behind the light that hold the light in. Squeeze the two wires together and pull them back. This will release the light. Remove the light from the socket. Place the new bulb in the socket. Remember not to touch the bulb with your fingers, this could cause the bulb to break if it gets the oil from your fingers onto the bulb. Once the bulb is replaced, put the wire back in place and replace the back cover of the light.
The Fuel Filter is located Under the Car were the Left Rear Passanger door is look under car and it is enclosured in a Holder witch you need to Undo, also clam the pipes so fuel doesent leake and unscrew the clamps.
get a test light and check plug (connector) to headlamp. one hi beam , one low beam and ground. if they light , lamp is bad, if the test light is confusing just switch headlamps from side to side and see if the lamp that does work works on other side or plug.
The skin is only spot welded in a few spots other then that is just a
sealer all around the skin holding it and protecting it at the seam. Remove the door and inner panel.
Drilled out the few spot welds.
Wire wheeled the exposed sealer around skin on the inside door jamb.
Use scraper to slowly work the folded edge up 90 degrees.(anything slim and small would work) (With the old one you could just grind the edge off.)
Carefully pulled skin off.
Few minutes of dolly and hammering around the now new door skin lip to
create a perfect 90 degree shape all around with the edge just peeled
Apply sealant to new door shell edge.
Slide skin on and in exact location needed.
Clamp skin all the way around.
Remove a few clams on one side, start hammer and dolling extra lip back
around the shell lip, when done put clamps back on, and keep going down
the line in this order.
Let clams sit as long as the sealer you have used suggests.
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Those are sealed unit headlamps, you need to replace the entire headlamp, not the bulb.
There are 4 screws on the trim ring, don't confuse the aiming adjusters. Remove the 2 bottom screws, then one of the top screws. While holding the headlamp in place, remove the last screw. Hold the headlamp out far enough to be able to unplug it carefully. Then just reverse this to put the new one in. There is a top and bottom on the headlamp, (make sure you can read the name on the headlamp lens) and on the trim ring (make sure the holes line up.
It would also help to buy some silicone bulb grease for the connector, this'll keep it from corroding. Just smear some grease on the prongs before you connect the new headlamp.
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It's not easy. You need a flashlight. First, take the batter vent assembly off by removing the screw over the headlamp assembly. Open the battery box by snapping off the tabs, lift out, and move the vent to the side. Second, disconnect the headlight wire by pressing down on the opposing tabs located on the side of the connector and pull straight back. Move the wire to the side. Next, peel the rubber fitting around the bulb (located on the back of the headlamp assembly). Look inside the headlamp assembly with a flashlight to see what you got yourself into. You'll have to unhook the retainer wire that holds the bulb in place. This requires you to push the top part of the wire toward the front of the car and lift up. The wire should swing to the left (passenger side) releasing the bulb and bulb housing. Pull the old bulb out of the housing (it might be tight), replace with the new one (try not to touch the glass). Replace the bulb/housing. Make sure the little tap fits back into its slot (upper diver side). Push the wire clamp back over the bulb, pushing up back and down making sure it's hooked and your done. It seems easy once you've done it. Good luck!EJ Kudelka
96 sable, only ino I have. should be similar. Please rate, thanks
WARNING: THE REPLACEABLE HALOGEN HEADLAMP BULB CONTAINS GAS UNDER PRESSURE. THE HALOGEN HEADLAMP BULB MAY SHATTER IF THE GLASS ENVELOPE IS SCRATCHED OR THE HALOGEN HEADLAMP BULB IS DROPPED. HANDLE HALOGEN HEADLAMP BULB CAREFULLY. GRASP HALOGEN HEADLAMP BULB ONLY BY ITS PLASTIC BASE. AVOID TOUCHING GLASS ENVELOPE. KEEP HALOGEN HEADLAMP BULB OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. NOTE: A properly aimed headlamp (13008) assembly normally need not be re-aimed after installation of bulb. A burned out headlamp bulb and retainer (13N021) should not be removed from the headlamp until just before a replacement headlamp bulb and retainer is to be installed. Removal of a headlamp bulb and retainer for an extended period of time may allow contaminants (dust, moisture, smoke) to enter the headlamp and affect the performance of the headlamp. When servicing the headlamp bulb and retainer, energize the headlamp bulb and retainer only while it is contained within the headlamp body.
Make sure headlamp switch (11654) is in OFF position.
NOTE: On some models the clamps holding the integrated relay control module (IRCM) may need to be unsnapped and the module pulled aside to gain access to the driver side bulb.
Open hood and locate headlamp bulb through hole in upper radiator support assembly.
Remove headlamp wire connector from headlamp bulb and retainer by pulling the connector and wires in a rearward direction.
Remove headlamp bulb retainer (13N019) by rotating counterclockwise (when viewed from rear) about one-eighth turn and sliding headlamp bulb retainer off headlamp bulb and retainer. Keep headlamp bulb retainer as it will be used again to retain new headlamp bulb and retainer.
Carefully remove headlamp bulb and retainer from opening in headlamp bulb (13007) by gently pulling straight out of opening. Do not rotate headlamp bulb and retainer during removal.
There's a spring clip inside the hood compartment that holds the headlamp assemby in position. Release the spring clamp, grab around the edges of the headlamp where it meets the front fender and pull the headlamp assembly out of it's socket. Replace the bulb from the back of the headlamp assembly and reposition the headlamp assembly back into the socket. Once properly position replace tension of the spring clamps inside the hood.