If your car is a 99 WJ the light assembly come out like this. Remove the long bolt located on top near the rear of the light assembly. This is the only thing you need to undo. Using a large flat blade screwdriver down the rear lever against the radiator cross member. The lamp is held in with a couple of ball-in-cup type of things that require a bit of effort to release. To refit, hold in place and give it a good firm shunt with the palm of your hand to refit the ball-in-cup do-dats. Refit long bolt.
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are you trying to replace bulb if so open hood and behind the assembly is the bulb tight fit but un screw a ring and pull old bulb out and put replacement bulb in. if replacing whole assembly there is a couple clips on it may need to remove bumper cover to see bottom clip
Purchase the replacement light you need from an auto parts store. Give them the year and particular Saturn S Series model number to acquire the right part. Also indicate whether you need the high or low beam light bulb, as some S Series models require separate bulbs.
Turn off the engine. Pop the hood and secure it open. Disconnect the battery cables from the battery by grasping the cable and pulling it straight off of the positive and negative battery terminals.
Position yourself in front of the headlight you wish to repair. Look behind the headlight assembly to find the wiring harness for the headlight assembly. Lift the locking tab, grab the wiring harness and pull the wiring directly away from the assembly.
Grab the old headlight bulb, twist it counterclockwise and pull it out of the headlight assembly. Replace it with a new bulb and secure it by turning it clockwise.
Reconnect the wiring harness to the headlight assembly and reconnect the battery cables. Test the lights to see if they work properly.
Step 1: Be sure the ignition key is not in the ignition, and the headlight switch is in the "Off" position.
Locate and remove the two headlight assembly screws on the top rail of
the headlight assembly. Use the nut driver to remove them.
Place a rag between the headlight
assembly and the bumper to protect the paint.
Wrangle the assembly outward. There is a guide pin behind the assembly
on the fender side that holds it in place. This needs to be popped out
of its socket in order to remove the headlight assembly. Pull slightly
outward from the side, then forward and away from the car.
Step 5: Locate the correct bulb socket (high-beam/low-beam). Disconnect the wire connector using the flathead screwdriver.
Step 6: Turn the socket 1/4-turn counterclockwise to remove the socket from the headlight assembly. Remove the old bulb.
Insert the new bulb into the headlight assembly, and turn clockwise to
lock into place. Be careful not to touch the glass bulb of the new
socket. This could degrade headlight performance.
Reconnect the wire connector to the bulb. Test the light before
replacing the headlight assembly, then turn off the lights again.
Reinsert the headlight assembly, making sure to align the guide pin
into the socket. Replace the screws and tighten.
The 2004 grand prix pontiac houses 2 headlight bulbs per headlight assembly. The low beam headlight are located at the fender of the car and the high beam on the grill side of the assembly.
To replace the headlight bulb of Your pontiac grand prix, 2004 model. It is qiute technical and moderately easy to fix. There is no solution that cannot be done the DIY way, as long as You get the proper guide and You are technically able to do such works.
Park the Grand Prix on a flat surface, apply the parking brake and ensure both the engine and headlight switches are off.
Open the hood and approach the headlight assembly with the faulty headlight bulb.
Locate the headlight assembly retaining clip. It's behind the headlight assembly on top on the fender side. Lift the clip upward halfway to release the headlight assembly.
Pull the assembly out being careful not to scratch the paint on the fender or the lens of the assembly.
Reach behind the assembly and disconnect the wire connection and plug from the headlight bulb socket.
Turn the socket of the bulb counterclockwise 1/4-turn to remove the composite bulb from the assembly. Discard the bulb.
Install the replacement bulb into the assembly (handling the plastic socket part only oil in skin will damage the glass bulb of halogen bulbs because of the intense heat they burn at), but ensure the tabs of the socket end of the bulb are aligned with the notches in the assembly before turning it clockwise and locking the bulb into place.
Plug the wire connection back into the socket of the bulb before replacing the assembly back into place and pushing down on the retaining clip. Test the headlight bulb for operation before closing the hood.
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There should be a cap or cover behind the lamp assembly under the hood. 1/4 turn counter clockwise (if it is a hard cap) should expose the bulb and retaining spring (clip). Squeeze the clip to release it from lamp assembly. unplug old bulb, plug in new and then do the opposite to replace it. Good luck, them clips is the devil.
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 believe that car has halogen lights, which are generally replaced from under the hood. Look behind the headlight, and you should see a connector that you can turn 1/4 turn and then remove the lamp. Get a replacement (before you start), unplug the old and plug in the new. BE CAREFUL not to touch the new lamp. Oils from your hand will cause the bulb to bubble when it heats up. Slide the connector back in and turn 1/4 turn to lock. I hope this helps you fix the problem.
I just popped one of mine off this evening looking for the fan relay. 10mm socket. One bolt at the top, 3 nuts behind each lamp. You may need to take the air intake out to get access to the nuts on the drivers side. That is another 3 10mm bolts, 2 of which you need to take out to get to the air filter anyway.
Release the hood latch inside the Rodeo. Raise the hood and look down behind the headlights. The old bulb and assembly are held into the headlight from the back side of the the headlight. There is not a great deal of room to work behind the headlight because of the battery on the passenger's side and the air cleaner box on the driver's side.
Grip the large round plastic nut with your hands and give it a quarter turn counter-clockwise. Carefully remove the head light and plastic nut. Look for the release lever to depress and pull on the old bulb at the same time. It will unplug very much like your computer power cord. Be careful not to drop the plastic nut.
Now plug in the new bulb and replace the plastic nut. Carefully insert the bulb into the headlight and give the plastic nut a clockwise quarter turn and try the new light.
I just replaced both of my headlights last night and I am an accountant.