Question about 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix
Assuming only the headlight is damaged, and nothing else under it, it's easy. Open the hood and look at the light, there are 2 little metal L shaped pins holding it in place, twist them out 90 degrees, and then pull them up. Wiggle the light assembly out and then unplug the wires from where they plug into the light housing itself (they twist on, about a quarter turn) Plug them back in to the new light, set it back in place, and push your pins back down and then turn them back into place.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The Grand Prix uses separate bulbs for low beams and high beams. The low beams are located on the outer edge of the headlight assemblies while the high beams are located on the inner edge of the assemblies. With this in mind, locate the position of the burned out bulb prior to replacing it.
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