Hi, First, you need to remove the front bumper cover, it's held on by clips and screws on top, side and bottom. Then you can remove two bolts on top side of the headlight, also remove the bolt on the side close to the fender, you will see this one once the bumper cover is off. Disconnect the connectors at the back of the headlight, and then remove the light. Sometimes you may have to pull on the lamp housing a little to pop it out from the retaining clip, if not then just wiggle it out carefully. Hope this helps.
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First, you need to disconnect the negative battery cable. Then loosen up the front fascia on the side where you are removing the headlight assembly. Remove the 4 push pins that fasten the upper grille to the FEM (Front End Module). You will then need to push the fascia and grille forward enough so that you can remove the three screws which hold the headlamp assy. to the FEM. Finally, you pull the assy. far enough away from the FEM to reach the headlampand dash wire connectors from the rear of the headlamp housing.
remove the headlamp assembly (three 10mm bolts). Disconnect the wire harness connector to the assembly. Locate the bulb socket where the directional bulb fell out. Counter-clockwise, twist the bulb socket and remove from headlamp assy. Either return the bulb to its socket, OR replace the bulb & re-insert the socket into the headlamp assy. Reinstall the Headlamp Assy.
there are two white or black clips directly behind the headlamp assy. pull up on them and the headlamp will release remove the headlamp assy in the back are your two headlamp bulbs as well as your drl bulb
hi beam is 9005 lo beam is 9006
sorry, i only have 94 whcih is probably different. Hope it helps at least some.
Section 17-01: Lighting, Exterior
1994 Mustang. Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
WARNING: THE REPLACEABLE HALOGEN HEADLAMP BULB CONTAINS GAS UNDER PRESSURE. THE BULB MAY SHATTER IF THE GLASS ENVELOPE IS SCRATCHED OR THE BULB IS DROPPED. HANDLE BULB CAREFULLY. GRASP BULB ONLY BY ITS PLASTIC BASE. AVOID TOUCHING GLASS ENVELOPE. KEEP BULB OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Removal and Installation
Place the headlamp switch (11654) in the OFF position.
Remove the electrical connector from the miniature bulb (13466) by pulling it rearward.
Remove three nut and washer assemblies from the rear of the headlamp (13008) .
Remove the headlamp by pushing forward on the headlamp bulb and retainer (13N021) assembly. For ease of removal, it may be necessary to loosen the attachments of the adjacent parking lamp (13200) and cornering lamp assemblies.
Remove the three clips attaching the headlamp to the headlamp bulb retainer (13N019) by prying them out from the base using a flat-blade screwdriver. This completes the removal of the headlamp . Save the clips for the installation of the new headlamp .
To install the aerodynamic headlamp , ensure that the black rubber shield is securely crimped to the headlamp , then reverse Removal procedure.
After headlamp installation, check headlamp aim and adjust as necessary as outlined under Adjustments.
Turn headlamp switch on and check for proper operation.
Parking Lamp Assy
Headlamp Dash Panel Junction Wire
Nut (2 Req'd)
Headlamp Adjustment Screw and Nut Assy
Tighten to 4.4-6.4 Nm (39-57 Lb-In)
1] remove th headlight assy. by removing the bolt on top of the assy and the 2 rod retainers.
2 ] remove the electrical connector from the headlamp bulb cover
3] rotate the bulb cover counterclockwise and remove cover
4] disconect the bulb connector
5] rotate bulb retainer counterclockwise and remove th ring
6] remove the bulb using a slight rocking motion
7] reverse proceedure to install
Pull upward on black cover above headlamp assy. (marked pull here for headlamp service) you will then see on the front side a large bolt above the lamp assembly that holds it to the front of the car. it is a 10MM socket you will then need to remove a similar bolt on the top and bottom on the center front of the car where the assembly bolts up to the sheet metal. on the corner near the cornering lamp is a star shaped head bolt. (looks like star of david) you will need another small metric socket to remove this. this will free up the cornering lamp from the headlamp assembly. gently pull forward and away from headlamp assembly. remove both light pig tails by gently twisting on pigtails. you will then see 2 nuts which are also 10mm remove these and gently pull forward on entire headlamp assembly. you will need needle nose pliers to compress the head of plastic retaining tabs on headlight and signal light pig tails where they are held into the headlamp assembly. gently twist hi-low beam sockets free of the headlamp assembly then do like wise with the signal lamps. to install reverse procedure as above. note: the side with the cornering lamp has a tab that must fit back into tab-hole in front sheet metal of the front fender
First you have to remove the turn signal lamp. There is a plastic release tang that you push one way and pull the turn signal out.
Next you have to remove the filler panel below the headlight assy to gain access to the bottom bolt. 2 screws hold the filler in place. There is also a black plastic filler panel that is pinned to the headlight assy remove it. There are 3 or 4 bolts that hold the headlamp assy in place 2 on top 1 on bottom actually it might be 2 on the bottom. (old age memory loss LOL) remove the bolts and remove the headlamp assy. The lens is held in by plastic clips just pry up gently on the locking clips and remove the lens. I hope this helps. It fairly easy and you should be able to DIY.
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