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Last I checked Chrysler had changed it's headlight mounting from external screws to just the two adjusting screws. Looking down from the top, you should be able to see two Torx head screws that are used to adjust the headlight assembly. The remove teh head light assembly you remove those and the assembly should come right out. Both of these screws or adjusters will be 6 to 8 inches long. I hope your not removing this to change the headlight it self. Chrysler has been using the insert bulbs for several generations and to replace the bulb you only have to unlock the collar on the back of the light assembly and pull and then replace the bulb.
Open the hood. Discount the neg. battery cable.Theres 3 screws right on top of the light assembly. Remove these screws to remove the headlight. To remove the bulb from the headlight assembly rotate the blub retaining ring counterclockwise. don't touch the new blub when installing. Make sure all 3 tabs go into there slots on the retaining ring when installing the new blub
you have to loosen the whole headlight assembly to open the covers behind the lights to actually get to the bulbs. 4 screws, 2 are on the top of the assembly(phillips screws) the other two are hex and attach the bottom of the assembly to the car. somewhat difficult to see but look behind the assembly and down into the compartment and loosen the screws(they don't fully come out) just enough to pull the assembly out. open the black cover behind he low bean and there is the bulb
I was literally looking up this same thing in the manual! Do you have the manual? There are drawings. Yes you have to: remove 3 upper fascia (what is that??) screws remove 2 screws from the headlight assembly remove the assembly from the vehicle remove a retaining ring and replace the bulb disconnect the electrical connector remove the retaining ring and replace the bulb
btw it says do not touch the headlight bulb with your fingers, oil contamination will SEVERELY shorten bulb life.
Your adjustment screws should be white nuts (adjustable with an allen wrench, or a socket, or a pair of pliers) located behind the headlamp assembly right up against the fender
your car on a level ground 30 feet from a wall and measure the height
from the ground to the bulb and mark on a wall. You only need to do this and the aiming for your low beams as your high beams are on the same bulb
Your headlights should also say VOR. When you turn on your headlights, aim them right at the mark that you put on the wall, with the brightest cutoff directly under the mark
If you are replacing the headlight bulbs, rotate the bulb retaining lock ring counter-clockwise, pull retainer out of headlight housing and disconnect electrical connector. On the drivers side, you have to remove the fuse and relay box screws and move the box to the side to access the headlight bulb.
If you are replacing the headlight housings, there is a push pin and 2 screws on the inside, behind the hood and one screw on the outside at the bottom. Remove these and pull the housing out enough to remove the bulb retainers.
yes that is right the grill needs to come off. three plastic clips top front of grill
you can take the headlight out one star screw on the top and a pozzy screw to the side behind the grill it has to be poped out of the bottom of the headlight
then you can get to the back of your head lamp ok
No, you can easily reach your hand behind without removing anything and the bulb can be removed and replaced. If your hand is too large then their are two screws on the top of the light assembly that once removed you can pull the hole assembly out and change the bulb