You'll probably have to remove the trunk lining to find the mounting screws or brackets. There is no reason to break any tabs if the procedure is done properly.
Patience is a virtue. :)
FORGET PATIENCE. WE BROKE THE TAB OFF AND FOUND THE TIP OF A SCREW, WHICH WE YANKED ON UNTIL WE GOT IT OFF AND COULD SEE THE MECHANISM. ONCE YOU REMOVE THE TWO OUTSIDE SCREWS, PEEL THE LINER BACK AND REMOVE ONE NUT. THEN PULL THE ENTIRE ASSEMBLY STRAIGHT BACK, WITHOUT WIGGLING OR GETTING COCKEYED. THE TAB HOLDS A PLASTIC SLOT WHICH HAS A ROD THAT SLIDES RIGHT OUT, BUT YOU MUST PULL THE ASSEMBLY STRAIGHT OUT. GOOD LUCK.
peel back lining behind the assembly in trunk.you will see two little black square anchors and they have wings on eachside that need to be sqeezed this releases the pegs then slide the assembly slightly outward as these pegs on a little track then it should just pull off. be careful not to break these, although it is not the end of the world if u do as you can still rig it up somehow to keep the assembly in place once you have put the assembly back
you dont unless you glue it again, if wanting to replace head lights then, on top of headlight assembly there are 2 tabs to pull up. then remove assembly.
The bulbs go in from the rear. You may have to remove the light asy, by removing the top plastic rivet and sliding the whole assembly toward the front to disengage the three plastic assembly tabs.
Pull back the trunk's liner. There will be about 5 large plastic wing nuts. Remove these, and pull the tail light lens assembly away from the car. The socekets will then be accessible. For the front corner lights open the hood and remove the cowl piece over the headlights by removing about 5 twist lock fasteners. Next remove one 10mm nut from a stud coming up from the back side of the corner light assembly. Remove one Philips screw from the back of the outside of the assembly and remove the entire piece. you now have access to the socket that holds the bulb.
You have to remove the front bumper and remove the head lamp. then two plastic covers on the back of the assembly.
You have to remove the front axle assembly for enough room to remove the oil pan.You have to remove the front axle assembly for enough room to remove the oil pan.
For the rear... Remove the plastic nuts that hold the carpet on(behind the tail lights) and then you can easily remove the bulbs For the Front... You have to remove 2 bolts (that have plastic heads that your can turn with your hand) and remove the entire headlight assembly on that side
You will have to remove the front axle assembly to have enough clearance to remove the oil pan in vehicle.You will have to remove the front axle assembly to have enough clearance to remove the oil pan in vehicle.
A single Phillips head screw under the hood holds a 3/4"wide rounded plastic tab attached to the corner light assembly. Remove this single screw. The lamp assy. will pivot out a little and slide forward.. Replace bulb and reassemble.
Disconnect the batter cables. Remove the face of steering wheel and the plastic box inside the steering wheel. Open the hood. Look under the front bumper to remove the screws. Remove the bolts at each corner of the bumper and remove it.
It is under the left front fender, remove the plastic liner in front of the tire to access.It is under the left front fender, remove the plastic liner in front of the tire to access.
There is a single screw above each front parking light assembly. You will need a 7mm socket to remove the screw. After the screw is removed, simply pull on the assembly from the back corner and pull straight forward.
Not Necessary but helps a lot: Jack the front of the car up on both sides and remove the front wheels. Remove the bolts that hold the plastic fender well up. If you look at the seam where the front bumper cover meets the right front corner panel (one's metal and one's plastic) there are more bolts to remove. Pop the hood, and remove the push locks that hold the plastic bumper to the metal frame in front of the engine on top of the radiator. The front bumper cover should fall off (if you don't want it scratched lay a towel down in front to lay the bumper on. From there, remove the two bolts that hold the front Chevy symbol to the bumper cover. and pop it off.
open your hood and there should be a screw in the corner of the turn signal and it should slid right outHere is what I had to do on my 1988 Accord1. Open the retractable headlights.2. Remove the plastic shroud around the headlight: two screws in front and one on each side.3. Look to the outside of the headlight and you will see a single screw in a small plastic cover on the front inside edge of the signal light assembly. The headlight prevents you from getting at the screw straight-on. I broke it loose with an offset Phillips screwdriver, and then backed it out with a regular Phillips.4. Remove the plastic cover, and you will see two screws. Remove them.5. Now you can pull the turn signal assembly forward and out.6. To remove the bulb holders from the assembly, twist counterclockwise and pull out.7. Pull straight outward to remove the bulbs.To assemble, follow the steps in reverse. Note that there are two plastic rods on the back end of the turn signal assembly that you will insert into two holes in the channel of the fender.
Get some drunk dick without insurance to turn a corner too wide and smash your front end, then drive off. It worked for me!
remove the whole front end
Remove the screw from the lamp(under the hood). disengage the assembly (it has snaps on the bottom) by pulling straight out. Turn bulb socket 1/4 turn to remove.
It's under the front right headlight, need to remove headlight assembly and cut hole to get to relay, which is under the plastic frame that holds headlight assembly. The other option is to remove the front bumper assembly to access. If the relay repeatedly fails the fan motor will need replaced.
Access from under the front corner of the car. Remove or push small plastic cover out of the way. Unplug bulb and rotate to remove.
YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE GRILLE, 4 PLASTIC BOLTS ON TOP, TWO TURN PLASTIC BOLTS ON EACH SIDE AND CLIPS ON THE INTERIOR. THEN REMOVE THE FRONT SECTIONS OF THE PLASTIC INSIDE WHEEL FENDER SO YOU CAN GET TO THE TWO BOLTS ON EACH SIDE THAT HOLD THE SMALL BODY PIECE THAT RUNS ON TOP OF THE BUMPER, THERE ARE THREE PLASTIC SCREWS BY THE GRILLE THEN PULL THE BOTTOM UP AND OUT. AND THEN YOU HAVE FULL ACCESS TO THE HEADLIGHT ASSEMBLY. KIND OF A PAIN IN THE BUTT, NOT TOO DIFFICULT ACTUALLY.
To replace the front turn signal bulb in a 2005 Montana, you have to access it from the engine compartment. Undo the front headlight assembly as per the instructions noted elsewhere. There is one screw (machine Head) on the outboard side of the headlight assembly, and one 'thumb screw' on the inner side to the assembly. I found it difficult to remove the headlight assembly, and I have found you don't have to. (You can break the housing, so don't try taking it right out) Just loosen it enough to get your hand behind the assembly. I would also suggest you remove the plastic fasteners from the top of the front bezel in order to make loosening the headlight assembly easier, and to prevent the possibility of damaging or breaking the front bezel. The plastic fasteners are easily removed with just a pair of pliers. Once the headlight assembly has been moved forward slightly, you can get your hand down the opening, and feel for the turn signal lamp assembly. Twist to remove. There is enough wire in the harness to bring the lamp assembly to 'the surface' where you can replace the bulb easily. Replace bulb and test. After testing, replace headlight, and then plastic fasteners at the top of the front bezel.
how to remove front bumper on Toyota avensis 2003
according to the manual you have to remove the front grill and plastic lamp cover then unbolt the lamp housing to remove it then replace the bulbs - unfortunately it is very vague as to the exact procedure for removing the front grill. I dont think you actually have to remove the headlight assembly, you open the hood and get to the bulb through the back side of the headlight.
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