Josh the only way to replace the headlight is to take off bumper now look at top should be roughly 4 retainers pull the top middle out and pull out do the bottom of bumper and the at fenders these are usually 10mm orscrew 10mm take them out and slide the bumper off buddy and then go backwards. if you need anymore info go to collisionrepairadvice.com
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often normal door latches will wear out causing the door latch to not activate the "full latch". The full latch ends up moving further up and into the latch. the solution is to replace the latch or have it rebuilt.
WITH ENGINE FULLY WARM, FELL BOTH HEATER HOSES THEY SHOULD BOTH BE HOT. IF ONE IS HOT AND THE OTHER IS COLD HEATER CORE IS LIKELY PLUGGED. IF BOTH ARE HOT THEN YOU HAVE A BLEND DOOR PROBLEM UNDER THE DASH.
1) open the hood. 2) Carefully remove the three screws holding the
headlight assembly in place. 3) Carefully slide the
headlight assembly out. At this point you can replace the headlight
bulb, turn signal bulb, or the entire headlight assembly. To replace
the headlight bulb turn the collar holding the bulb in counter
clockwise. Pull the bulb out of the headlight assembly. Replace the
bulb. Insert the bulb into the headlight assembly insert the collar and
turn clockwise until it locks. (Do not touchglass with your fingers or it will cause the bulbs to catastrophically fail - clean with alcohol pad if you touch the glass) 4) Carefully insert the headlight
assembly back into place. 5) Replace the three screws removed in step 2
being careful not to over tighten.
There are three or four 10mm nuts that hold the headlight assembly to the radiator support. Access these by opening the hood, then you will see them. You may have to remove the battery or airbox to get to the ones on the drivers side.