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Note: Sometimes if you pull the clip UP too far it catches on the bottom of the knob in back and the headlight won't come out. Just wiggle, or push the clip down like 1/32 of an inch or so and it will let go of the headlight assembly.
1.) Pop the hood to your Nissan. The headlight assemblies are only accessible from the engine compartment. 2.) Clear the area behind the bulb you are replacing. If you are replacing the passenger side bulb, you will need to remove the radiator overflow bottle. The bottle will unhook from its connective tube by pulling it toward the front of the car and up from the ground. If you are replacing the driver's side bulb, you may need to remove the battery. You will do this by unscrewing the positive (red) and negative (black) terminals that connect the battery to the engine, and then lifting the battery straight out of its housing. 3.) Remove the electrical connection on the back of each headlight assembly. This will be a bundle of wires with a wide plug sticking into the back of the assembly. 4.) Unlatch the plastic clip holding the headlight assembly case in place. 5.) Pry the small metal clip holding the bulb using your fingers or a screwdriver. Be careful not to bend, break or damage the clip or the bulb. 6.) Insert the replacement bulb into the headlight socket and reattach the metal clip that holds the bulb in place. 7.) Relatch the plastic clip holding the headlight assembly case in place. 8.) Reconnect the electrical connection to the back of the headlight assembly. 9.) Replace the radiator overflow bottle or the battery, depending on which bulb you replaced.
Pull the connector plug off. Remove the rubber dust cover. You will see a wire clip that holds the bulb in place. Push on the clip, slide it to the right of the vehicle and release. The bulb can now be removed. When replacing the new bulb do not touch the glass. Lift the clip, insert the bulb into the headlight, refit the clip. Replacing the dust cover can be a pain. Hook it in place on one side, with thumb and forfinger grip the other side and twist it as if to turn it inside out, press it against the rear of the headlight and release. Reconnect the wiring connector.
Open the hood of your KIA Amanti and look behind the headlight
that has gone out. Locate the round knob on the back of the headlight.
the knob counterclockwise 1/4 of a turn and gently remove it from the
back of the headlight. Carefully remove the electrical cable within the
headlight housing that is attached to the back of the headlight bulb.
the metal clip that holds the light bulb in place by pushing the clip
arm straight in and sliding it down. Remove the bulb from the headlight
the old headlight bulb with new bulb. Secure it by sliding the metal
clip up to hold the bulb in place. Reattach the electrical cable and
replace the round knob to the back of the headlight housing.
Turn on the headlights to verify that they are in working order.
Okay, 1999 Honda Civic, Headlight (Driver Side). If you haven't fixed this or just wanna know, this is what you have to do.
The power steering pump is in the way of you getting to the bulb. You will need to remove the back tube of the power steering reservoir, the one closest to the cabin of the car. Plug this tube with a rag, quickly as fluid starts flowing immediately. Pull the res up and out of the holder it sits in. Now on to the light. Grab a hold of the black plastic clip (with wires) on the sides, and pull the electronic clip out of the light. Gently pull the rubber tabs for the weather guards, and you should now see your old bulb. There is a metal clip that holds the bulb in place, gently release this metal clip, being careful to keep it in place. Makes the job easier when you put it together. Your old bulb can now be easily pulled out. I take the bulb at this point and plug it into the clip and test the lights. This assures me that the bulb is busted and a bigger job isn't ahead of me. Once confirmed, I place the new bulb in the headlight bezel, careful to not touch glass. Clip the metal hold down clip back in place. Put the Rubber grommet back in place, clip on the electrical wire clip. Test the headlight. Put power steering tubes back in place, place the res back on the holder, and done. The book and this site: http://www.andrewdothay.net/blog/2007/11/24/1998HondaCivicHeadlightReplacement.aspx helped me a lot!
lift hood, on back of headlight theres a round cover, rotate counterclockwise to remove, you then pull electrical connector off, then there is a wire clip that you push toward front of car and push under the catch, this releases the bulb. installation is reverse order,make sure bulb is centered and notch on bulb lines up with housing. do not touch bulb with fingers, use paper towell, if you do touch it clean with rubbing alcohol. Hope this helps.
To replace the headlamp on a Saab 9-3, open the hood. Behind the
headlamp there is a round black plastic cover; screw clockwise and pull
back; there is a metal clip holding headlamp in place (9003 i believe
is the halogen number). locate top of clip and move very slightly
clockwise; the top will pivot down on a hinge; release the wire harness
and pull out bulb. Retrace these steps to introduce the new bulb to