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Blinker how do u take light assembly out to replace front blinkers i got the two small bolts at the front but there are still 4 more but i cant seem to reach it with a wrench is there an easier way?

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On your model there should be a round pin at top of assembly that when you remove it allows you to pivot the assembly out towards you to allow for easy replacement of bulbs

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How to take passenger headlamp out of 328i bmw 2008 so it can be replaced?


2008 328i Passenger headlight assembly removal.

The headlight assembly is held in by 4 "star" bolts (size 25); 2 visible on the top of the assembly, 2 not visible or easily accessible.

The 2 bolts not so visible require that the front half of the wheel well come off and the front bumper or "nose" of the car.... The bumper is what needs to come off, but there are 2 bumper bolts hidden by the wheel well.

The wheel well is held in by 7mm bolts, 2 of which are actually bolted to the bumper on the bottom.

The front bumper is held on with 7mm bolts on the bottom edge, and star bolts, size 25, accessible on the top edge. (Hood open). Here were my steps.

1. Jack up the car on the side you are replacing, remove wheel.
2. Using 7mm socket, remove all the bolts to peel off the front half of the wheel well. With the wheel well out, you can see the 2 other star bolts holding the headlight assembly, but you can only remove one of them... even if you were good enough to get both removed, the headlight assemble will not push out through the bumper.... Keep going with bumper removal.
3. Remove 2, 7mm bolts of the front bumper that are now visible up near the outer edge of the headlight assembly.
4. At this point I removed the bumper's top edge start bolts and bottom edge 7mm bolts about 3/4 of the way across the bumper...
5. The bumper is very flexible and you can now pull it back , reach in, and get that last difficult star bolt on the headlight assembly....
6. Don't forget the one electrical connector....
7. I also recommend testing the new assembly by plugging it in before removing anything

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How do I replace the front turn signal bulb?


  1. Open the hood.
  2. For each headlight assembly there are two clamps holding it in place.
  3. Pull up on them to let loose of the headlamp assembly.
  4. Now remove the power to the headlamp.
  5. Now pull the headlight assembly out a little bit.
  6. Now you need to remove the rubber cover on the back of the turn signal light.
  7. Now twist the bulb socket to the left and pull the blinker bulb socket out.
  8. Now pull the blinker bulb strait out.
  9. Insert new blinker bulb.
  10. Reverse steps to finish the job.
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HOW DO I CHANGE DRIVERS SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT


Best way to access the turn signal light is by dismounting the plastic inner fender. It is simpler than it seems. This unit is held in place by self locking plugs. Use a small screwdriver to pull out the inner section of the plug, and pull it out. There are about 4 or 5 of these plugs aligned with the trim of the wheel well opening, but you need to unplug just 2 or 3 to reach the back of the headlight assembly.
Dismounting the whole headlight assembly is much, much difficult.

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How do you replace the rear blinker?


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Replace front turn signal bulbs


odd speed blinker is a message to tell you that a light bulb has burned or is disconnected. All front lights can be replaced from the engine compartment EXCEPT the turn signal :( .Unfortunately you will have to pull the headlight assembly out in order to reach the turn signal bulb. If the light was off since the assembly was replaced, there is a chance that the socket was simply left unplugged.

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How to change 4 runner front blinker light. there's a phillips screw under the hood I have removed but there is another fastener in the lower portion of the blinker housing I cannot locate.


Remove or disconnect the following:
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  • Screw
  • Claw fitting
  • Front turn signal lamp assembly
  • Front turn signal lamp plug assembly
  • Front turn signal lamp bulb as shown
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To Install:
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    • Front turn signal lamp assembly with screw
    • Connector

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Change front passanger blinker


Open the hood and look for a small screw or bolt holding the signal light assembly on by the fender.
Remove this and pull just the signal light assembly straight forward.
Not the whole headlight assembly.
Twist and turn the bulb socket to remove the light from the rear of the light assembly.
Check the # and color of your bulb and get a replacement.
Push in and turn to remove the bulb.

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I want to replace flasher on 89 olds 88 where is it


If you mean the blinker bulb, they are either set in behind the front bumper, where you see the orange/white colored glass (directly beneath the headlights)....OR the side blinkers, which are accessed by opening the hood and reaching in from the inside.

The rear blinkers are able to be accessed by opening the hood, and removing a small (phillips head) screw on the top of the vertical tail light housing. These lights serve as blinkers and brake lights, and there are two in each housing. Hope that helps! :)

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I had a 1992 chevy van There are 3 or 4 small bolts way down in the steering column you have to remove the steering wheel and blinker assembly with a long extesion and racket tighten all the bolts. You need to do it soon if you have the same problem or the steering wheel will come off if the bolts come all the way out

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