Question about 2004 Land Rover FreeLander
Hi, My headlight went out and I want to see if I can replace it. As usual, it is not easy to unhook. I located the light but it is attached to wires and a blue clasp. I cannot detach it from the clasp. How is this usually done? From inside the engine or outside? Do I need to take apart the whole exterior of the light to get to the bulb? Any help would be appreciated. Land Rover would probably charge me a good 100.00 to change it:-)
Hi you get to the bulb from inside the hood, that thing that you see with cables is where the bulb conects to,turn the plastic thing counterciockwise and there is your bulb ,disconect the plug with a small screwdriver and get a new one , avoid touching the glass of the bulb with your fingers because the grease of the body may short the bulb life.(I hope this help)
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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