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I own a 2008 holden statesman and i have a problem with headlight globes. Every time i change the globe its always dull i have tried cheap ebay globes right up to $300 h.i.d kits and still dull


Hi Michael The issue you have sounds more like a power/earth supply issue. I'm assuming the light lense and reflectors are in good order. The battery is good and no issues with the charging system. Start with the easy side earth or ground side. Connect a seperate earth from light to battery earth terminal just for test purpose. If light is improved then do the same the otherside. if good then you have an earthing problem.(use a slightly heavier gauge wire than your nomal lighting wire so there is no voltage drop). If no different move to power side disconnect connector to globe check and be sure which is the live terminal on the globe and connect a wire as before from + terminal on battery to positive on globe, light must be bright now. Ist check for loose or burnt terminals ie at connection to globe, battery power/ earth terminals.Check Battery to chassis connections for tightness. If easy to do so remove and and clean an re secure. Check engine to battery/chassis connections if all good you have to move onto the supply from fuse box and any connetions in between this is where it becomes more involved and would advise a qualified person to investigate. good luck

Jun 15, 2017 | Holden Cars & Trucks

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2001 WH Statesman. 2001 VX SS Commodore


every possibility that it will as the statesman is just a glorified commodore any way
GM holden used as many common parts as possible to keep prices down

Oct 10, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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How do i replace headlight globes on mr2 sw20?


Turn headlights to on. Then 2 clicks back to turns lighs off but keep headlights up/open.

Remove headlight shrouds, (Black plastics.) Use phillips + head screw driver.

Remove chrome trim ring using phillips head screw driver.

Pull out headlight bulb. Disconnect from harness.

Reverse to install.

Sep 12, 2014 | 1991 Toyota MR2

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How do you replace a headlight globe?


There is a large rubber boot that covers the headlight globe . Pull it back, pinch the retainer spring and lift out the H4 globe.

Aug 15, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Replace park bulb.vt commodore


To replace the front parklight globe on a vt commodore can be a little tricky.

1.turn the lights on to see which 1 is inoperative once you know turn lights off.
2.open bonnet
3.go to side that is inoperative and on the back of the headlight you will see a round large plastic cover turn this to release it.
4.under the headlight globe there will be 2 wires flow these to the park globe socket gently twist and pull it out.
5.once the sockets out and you can see the globe ,pull the globe out of socket.
6.push new globe into socket
7.refit the socket in headlight
8.refit all trims
9.turn lights on make sure new globe is work..

Jan 22, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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WHERE IS THE HEADLIGHT REPLACEMENT BULB LOCATED?


open the bonnet, locate a screw on top of the headlight and undo it, locate two screws between the centre grill and headlight and undo them and locate a screw right behind the headlight assembly and loosen it. Now the whole headlight should come out. It wont come all the way out. By unplugging the electrical plug you can take it out completely. Lift up the lock thats hold the rear headlight cover and that will expose the internals of the headlight and then you can change whatever globe you want. First disconnect the wiring plug from the globe and then release the clip holding the globe and replace the globe and make you sure you dont touch the glass part of the new globe which installing. Touching it will shorten the globes life and there is a chance that it might explode inside and create mess.

Nov 19, 2010 | 2000 Mercury Cougar

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Lo beam headlight replacement passenger side


open the bonnet, locate a screw on top of the headlight and undo it, locate two screws between the centre grill and headlight and undo them and locate a screw right behind the headlight assembly and loosen it. Now the whole headlight should come out. It wont come all the way out. By unplugging the electrical plug you can take it out completely. Lift up the lock thats hold the rear headlight cover and that will expose the internals of the headlight and then you can change whatever globe you want. First disconnect the wiring plug from the globe and then release the clip holding the globe and replace the globe and make you sure you dont touch the glass part of the new globe which installing. Touching it will shorten the globes life and there is a chance that it might explode inside and create mess. You need to buy H7 type globe for low beam.

Nov 10, 2010 | 2000 Mercury Cougar

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How can I replace or clean my headlight globe of a 1998 Galant


Headlight globe, meaning the inside of the headlight? If thats what you mean, only way to do it, is to take the lens off, and in order to do that, you need to take out the headlight, take off the rubber backings and take out the light bulbs. Then preheat your oven to 210 degrees, stick your light in there for 10 minutes, and pry apart the lens, since the glue will melt. Dont forget to undo the clips that also hold the lens to the housing. After you pry off the lens, clean or whatever you need to do. Then reseat the lens and hook the clips, then back in the oven it goes for 10 mins. Then hold pressure on the lens untill glue hardens.

Hope that helps.

They will not have or sell replacement globes, it will come with the whole headlight.

May 29, 2009 | 1998 Mitsubishi Galant

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I need to clean or replace the headlight globe


your headlights are leaking water inside, and with the heat from the bulbs it condenses into fogginess,let me give an idea! if you have access to the bottom of the light, drill a hole that the water can drain.
that might work.!

G

May 29, 2009 | 1998 Mitsubishi Galant

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89 Pulsar Headlight


you need to replace it from the back, if its not accessable try removing afew things if not remove the entire headlight as it must be fitted from the back.

May 23, 2008 | 1989 Nissan Pulsar

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