Question about 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
I need to know how to remove the head light cover to 2004 Chevrolet Trail Blazer to replace the blub
Step1Your first stop should be to your local auto parts shop to get the bulbs you need. You'll need to pick up #9006 bulb, this one has a gray bas and is used for replacing the outside high beam. If you are looking to replace your inner low beams you'll need to pick up #9005 which has a black base. The bulbs should run you about $16.00 USD.
Step2Alright once you have your bulb and are ready to replace it make sure you have popped the hood the release lever is on the inside of your vehicle.
Step3While facing your car with the hood open, your going to remove the grill by pushing down on the two retainer clips which are on the top of the grill. You'll need a flathead screwdriver to help you with the rest of the retainer clips. There are two on the bottom ends of your grill one in the center and 2 on each side. Now you'll just pull up on the grill and it should come out easily.
Step4On each side of the headlamp you should see a One inch long tab, when you pull up on the tabs it will release the headlamp so that you may pull the headlamp toward you. Pull the head lamp out.
Step5There will be two round rubber caps at the rear of the headlamp. Remove the caps and then pull out the wire harness from the bulb.
Replace the bulb or bulbs and remember that #9006 has the gray base and is for the high beam and #9005 is for the low beam and has the black base. Reconnect the wire harness and replace everything to its original position and now you have a fixed headlamp! Congratulations!
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
To replace the bulb raise the hood look down to the back of the lens you should see a socket with wires going into your lens. grasp the socket and turn it. that should turn and come out of the lens. replace the bulb and insirt the new bulb and socket and turn the oppisite diection. you should be good to go from there.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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