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I am trying to change my head light bulbs but i have no idea on how they come out of the plastic housing i have a 2002 isuzu rodeo.

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The Haynes manual is incorrect for this model year. 2002 Rodeo instructions are similar to the older model vehicles in that there is a retainer clip that secures the bulb in place. Directions: There are two separate rubber boots at the back of the headlight assy. The smaller of two which covers the connector plug can be removed by pulling straight back. This can be somewhat difficult as there is little room to work and care should be taken if not to destroy the existing bulb. The second boot can be removed by pulling back on one its (2) rubber tangs. I found a pair of needle nose pliers at a slight angle helps. Then you can see the wire clip that holds the actual bulb in the housing. Push the clip in (towards the bulb) and to the side away from the retainer clip. The bulb will now be free and just about drop out. Reverse the steps to replace.

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Can someone please help.
The rh headlight on my 2002 Holden Rodeo DX is cracked and has to be replaced as Im selling it.
I'm looking for simple instructions on how to remove and replace it please.
I can clearly see about 4 plastic clips to remove the front grill but I don't know what else to do.


Thanks

Tom

Posted on May 08, 2011

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Now plug in the new bulb and replace the plastic nut. Carefully insert the bulb into the headlight and give the plastic nut a clockwise quarter turn and try the new light.

I just replaced both of my headlights last night and I am an accountant.

Good luck!

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