Question about 1995 Nissan Pickup
You need to remove the chromed plastic grille piece to get at the screws that hold the headlamps in place. Open the hood, and there are four (I think) screws holding the top tabs of the grille in place. Just above the bumper, along the bottom of the grill, are a couple more screws. Once this grill piece is removed, you will see the screws holding the headlamp frames in place. (Make sure you don't move the adjustment screws. There is one at the top and one at the side set in a recess -- these aim the lights.) With the screws removed, the frame will come off and the headlamp can be removed and the electrical connector disconnected. Reverse everything to reinstall.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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