Question about 2006 Honda Accord
How to replace the headlight
It is very simple. On the passenger side, press the plastic where the bulb attached to pull the power cable off of it, then turn down the bulb to pull. For the drivers side take down the battery and do the same as above. There are 3 screews around the bulbs, don't worry about them just turn the bulb then it will come out; otherwise, loose the screen just enough for the bulb to come out
Actually, you can access both headlight bulbs (driver and passenger) through the wheel well, you only have to remove one snap fastener. It is located just above the screw that holds the bumper to the fender. Once you do that, just carefully pull the wheel well cover towards the middle of the car, and once you do that, you will see the headlight bulb. Just carefully remove the plug which comes off by pushing the little tab at the bottom of the plug gently and pull towards the ground. Beware that there may be dirt and **** in the plug so it may take a little jiggling to get it to come off. The the bulb comes out with an 1/8th turn in the counter-clockwise direction. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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