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How to remove headlight to replace turn single bulb (passenger side)

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Remove the inner fender bolts on the passenger side enough to get your arm up in there. get on the floor and reach up to the back of the lamp and remove the socket. replace the bulb

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SOURCE: replace passenger side low beam bulb in a 2003 lincoln aviator

Open hood and remove the radiator site shield and the air delector on top of the headlamp assembly. You will then see 2 clips that you will pull up and then remove the headlamp assembly.

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SOURCE: I have a 2004 Lincoln Navigator. The passenger

I would check the assembly itself. Where the pigtail plugs in, make sure that the elements are not burnt or corroded.

Posted on Dec 08, 2009

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Removing low beam bulb on 05 subaruoutback


Whether they become damaged in an accident or simply burn out over time, your Subaru Outback's headlights may eventually need to be replaced. Fortunately, once you've purchased the right replacement bulb for your model year, performing the repair yourself is relatively easy. These instructions only apply to Outback models made after 2000.

  1. Undo the clips on the air intake ducts using a screwdriver and remove the duct from the engine compartment (driver's side bulb removal only.)

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    Loosen the secured clip on the washer tank with a screwdriver and slide the tank horizontally to allow easier access to the headlight assembly (passenger's side bulb removal only.)

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    Turn the bulb cover counterclockwise and remove it from the assembly.

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    Disconnect the headlight electrical connector and undo the assembly retaining spring.

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    Pull the old bulb directly out of the socket and replace it with the new one. Press the retaining spring back into place and reattach the electrical connector.

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    Replace the bulb cover, and then turn on the engine. Test the new headlight to make sure it works before replacing the air intake duct or the washer tank and closing the hood.

    Replacing the High-Beam Bulbs
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    Undo the clips on the air intake ducts using a screwdriver and remove the duct from the engine compartment ( drivers side bulb removal only.)

  2. 2

    Loosen the secured clip on the washer tank with a screwdriver and slide the tank horizontally to allow easier access to the headlight assembly (passenger's side bulb removal only.)

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    Disconnect the headlight electrical connector and undo the assembly retaining spring.

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    Turn the headlight bulb counterclockwise and pull it out of the socket.

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    Reinstall the new bulb, replace the retaining spring and reconnect the electrical connector.

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    Test the new headlight to make sure it works before replacing the air intake duct or the washer tank and closing the hood.

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I need to replace the dim only headlight on my 1997 buick riviera passenger side


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How do you replace a low beam headlight bulb in a 2006 Chevy Trailblazer?


Drivers side- reach hand behind headlight and remove the rubber cover, then turn and remove bulb.

Passenger side- remove air cleaner top and move the air cleaner out of the way. Now you have access to the rubber cover to replace the bulb

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How do I replace the passenger side corner light and front side turn signal light?


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Remove the 2 parking light housing retaining screws ...


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... then pull the housing away from the vehicle far enough to remove the bulb socket from behind the housing. Turn the socket counterclockwise and pull


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Push the bulb in the socket gently and turn clockwise, then pull the bulb out of the socket. Note the offset retaining ears on each side of the bulb


  1. Remove the screws from the lens and separate the lens from the headlight bezel.
  2. Remove the headlight bezel.
  3. Remove the screws from the turn signal housing and pull it out.
  4. Turn the bulb socket counterclockwise 1/3 turn and remove it.
  5. Installation is the reverse of removal.


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  2. Pull the bulb from its socket in the back of the lens.
  3. Installation is the reverse of removal.

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I can't get to the high beam bulbs on our 2005 Odyssey. How do I remove the headlight for easier access to the bulbs?


The procedure doesn't call for removing the headlight assembly. It is as follows:
The high beam headlight bulb and the low beam headlight bulb are replaced the same way.

Open the hood. To change the high beam headlight bulb on the passenger’s side, remove the power steering fluid reservoir from its holder by pulling it straight up.

Remove the electrical connector from the bulb by pushing on the tab and pulling the connector down.

Remove the bulb by turning it one quarter turn counterclockwise.

Insert the new bulb into the hole and turn it one-quarter turn clockwise to lock it in place.

Push the electrical connector back onto the bulb. Make sure it is on all the way.

Turn on the headlights to test the new bulb.

If you replaced the high beam headlight bulb on the passenger’s side, reinstall the power steering fluid reservoir.

Hope this helps, but if you are having some specific problem leave a more detailed comment and I will try to help you.

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2005 Jeep Liberty Sport. Headlights. Passenger Side is dim


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you doo not need to remove the bumper...the rt side is a bit tighter than the left side though..on the back of the headlamp are plastic screw retainers..they turn 1/4 to 1/2 turn to unlock the headlamp bulbs.( you could remove the battery to do this..it will certainly give you more room.) once you turn the lock grab the bulb and pull it straight back , unplug it and plug the new one in. be careful not to touch the new bulb glass with your fingers as this can get oil on the surface and create a "hot spot" which can lead to premature failure!

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