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Headlight rim stuck

I have removed the screw holding rim. Seoerated the rubber seal. rim doesnt budge

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Hi Anonymous, yes they tend to weld themselves to the rubber. Try spaying some Silicone around the rubber and carefully use a small screw driver to pry away the unwilling seal. Good luck

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  1. On cars with pop-up or retracting headlamps, turn the ignition switch OFF. Operate the retractor switch on the dash to bring the headlight doors up. The headlights should be off when the doors are up.
  2. Remove the headlight bezel (trim).

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  1. The sealed beam is held in place by a retainer and either 2 or 4 small screws. Identify these screws before applying any tools. Do not confuse the small retaining screws with the larger aiming screws. There will be two aiming screws or adjustors for each lamp. (One adjustor controls the up/down motion and the other controls the left/right motion.) Identify the adjustors and avoid them during removal. If they are not disturbed, the new headlamp should be in identical aim to the old one.
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A good kitchen or household magnet placed on the shank of the screwdriver will provide enough grip to hold the screw during removal.
  1. Remove the retainer and the headlamp may be gently pulled free from its mounts. Detach the connector from the back of the sealed beam unit and remove the unit from the car.

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Remove the retaining ring ...


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... then unplug the connector from the back of the lamp. Be sure to transfer the rubber boot to the new lamp

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  2. Have an assistant turn on the headlights and check the new lamp for proper function, checking both high and low beams before final assembly.
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Replacing a headlamp bulb—1994 Trooper shown


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Replacing a headlamp bulb—1994 Trooper shown


  1. Disconnect the negative (−) battery cable.
  2. Open the hood and disconnect the headlight bulb electrical connector.
  3. There are two possible designs. For the first design, turn the bulb to remove it from the housing, for the second unscrew the retaining cap and remove the bulb.

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  1. Disconnect the negative (−) battery cable.
  2. Remove the front grille and/or headlight bezel.
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  6. Install the retaining rim and grille.
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2. Pull machine out from wall carefully.
3. Remove screws in top corners (that are holding down the top panel of the machine) at the back of machine.
4. Remove top panel of machine (slide it slightly in the direction of the back of the machine, it just lifts off).
5. Remove the detergent drawer (pull it right out and put it to the side)
6. Remove the two screws at the top of the gap where the detergent drawer goes in
7. Remove the two screws at the top, front of the machine
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9. If the old door seal is still on (if not go to 10):
a. Look carefully at the arrangement of the rubber at the lip of the drum and the door rim (you’ll need to know so you can put the new one on)
b. The outer rim is sealed in by a circular wire linked by a small spring. It’s a bit tricky but you can unhook the spring from the wire (using a blunt knife to lever it out – careful not to damage the rubber) to remove it.
c. The inner rim is sealed with a larger circular spring. You can either lever this out with the same blunt knife, or just pull hard on the rubber to get it out, and the rubber off.
10. Now position the new rubber door seal between the drum and the door
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3. Remove screws in top corners (that are holding down the top panel of the machine) at the back of machine.
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