Question about 2005 Saturn Relay
The whole assembly should pull out far enough to reach in and disconnect the electrical connectors. Sometimes you have to wiggle the headlamp past things like the front grille and the bumper facia. They usually fit pretty tight. It also may have a problem with the wiring harness getting caught on something on the way out. Sometimes you have to reach in with a long screwdriver or something to free the wiring harness from whatever it may be caught on. If you have the screw next to the fender and the long pin near the grille removed, you are doing it correctly - you just have to "play" with it.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
This is in addition to the last solution... The reason you still felt resistance is a small ball-joint connecting the leftmost side of the headlight assembly to the body. JUST PULL AND WIGGLE. The ball-joint won't break, but you do have to yank & wiggle the headlight to get it free. Hope this helps, I just successfully changed one using the answer above and figuring out the ball-joint
Posted on May 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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