Question about 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
On the LTZ model the caps where the headlamps hide are round rubber caps approx. 3" in diameter.
They will look like hard plastic upon first examination but are actually pliable rubber and can be easily pried up to take off. The headlamps push in and turn to release, about a quarter turn. I wear latex gloves so if I do touch the bulb it won't hurt it. Unplug the old, plug in the new and reverse the process.
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
The lights are changed fairly simple, First of all you have to open the hood and look at the back side of the headlamp, you will see a screw on cap on the back of the headlamp system You may have to take somethings out of your way (Battery) I believe it may have to come out. Always disconnect battery by taking the Neg, off first and then positive, Now you should be able to get at the lamp by turning the lamp cover off counter clockwise, disconnect the wire by pulling tab up and unplugging it. Now you should be ready to remove and install the new lamp. ( Be Careful Not To Touch Lamp Glass With Your Fingers) Only touch the Plastic Touching glass will cause lamp to burn out premature, So that should get your lamp Changed. So I hope that Helps you out robbe. Take Care Bear001
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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