Question about 1999 Mitsubishi Mirage
Open the hood and reach behind the lights. There should be a ring, turn this plastic ring until it stops and the bulb should come right out, theres probably a better explanation in your manual
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: headlight replacement
1. Remove the turn signals. Not easy, but there is one screw in each toward the inside. The screw won't fall out because it's held by a collar, but that's also a problem because it prevents the screw from retracting. So just turn them until they feel free, the pry the inside edge out. There's a tab on the outside edge that fits into a slot to hold the assembly so pry out the inside edge and then you can pull the assembly out. The tips of the screws may get caught in the clip they screw into, but don't worry, just pry that inside edge out and use some force if you have to. The clip can be replaced if needed by one from an auto parts store, but you may not have to do that.
2. There are two bolts behind each turn signal assembly - remove all four.
3. Remove the two retaining clips on the bottom of the bumper. Easier said than done though. Good luck, because I had to pry them off and replace them with regular plugs. A pain.
4. Look under the hood in the area of where you removed the four bolts. There is one stud on each side running through the frame that has a nut inside the engine compartment. The one on the driver's side is easy to see and access. You can't miss it as it is right behind the headlight. Take those nuts off, and the bumper will pull straight out. You may find it easier to remove the battery to get at the nut on the passenger side.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
what i suggest i can suggest is, buy a clear sealant, and seal the sides of the headlights.
the reason why is air can creep in tha lamps that's why it gets moisture (foggy) and dirty.
hope it helps.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
SOURCE: headlight assembly
you will have to remove the front bumper cover to get to 2 bolts and also the grille to get another bolt off also there are are a total of 5 bolts that hold it in. be careful taking it out as you can crack the mounting brackets for the assembly just be patiece it will come out.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
remove a few of the clips on the inner fender liner, depending on which bulb u are replaceing(left or right?) turn the wheels in either direction and u will be able to slide ur hand or arm between the liner and fender to gain access to the bulbs and connectors..do not remove the battery .
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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