Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
Recently I had a headlight burn out on my 2001 Chevy Blazer so I decided that maybe I would be able to replace it myself. I sucessfully replaced the bulb but when I was turning the adjustment screws to put the headlight back into it's orginal position and finish the job, the adjustment screw snapped in half. Now my headlight does not aim straight. I was wondering how to remove the broken screw and install a new adjustment screw for the headlight so I will be able to make it aim straight again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Get yourself to a junkyard and pack yourself a light lunch while you're at it. Take a leisurely stroll through the junk that closely resembles the one you need parts for. Go to the closest wiring harness to the headlight assembly, take your time and don't go trying to **** it, and unplug it from the bulbs up front. Make a simple and straight forward swap and do take the time to stop and smell the junkers, it's quite relaxing! Then, you should seriously make sure your new wiring harness is properly grounded (!), which I suspect to have been a contribing factor to your problem of overheating the bulb socket. Do take the time to go over the stuff that should be grounded and make it so. Th e job is quite simple and well worth you taking the time to do it yourself.
Posted on May 27, 2009
SOURCE: headlight alignment
I ran into this same issue about 2 months ago. Had to replace the bulb and for the life of me I could not get it back in right. Kept aimed very high and hitting the hood. Had to go in and pay the dealer to fix and aim it. This is the first vehicle I have ever owned where I have been unable to change my own lightbulbs.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
just have a philip screw driver, remove the screw, pull out the light and take the light to the nearst aurozone and they will give you the right light, and put it back the same way.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
There are two tabs that hold the Headlight assembly in place. Pull one up, then holding the Headlight assembly, pull the other one up. Locate the light that is burned out. Remove the harness from the light, then twist the light to remove. Replace with new one, and reverse process. Be careful to not touch the glass of the new bulb. The oil from your fingers and hands will shorten the life of the bulb
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
Yes, you can. Just take off the front grill, and the
headlights assembly. Don't tinker with the head-
light assembly adjusting nut, as this would change your headlight level. Take headlight bulb
off and change it. Replace the headlight, then, the
grill, and it's done.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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