open the hood lift the plastic flap that covers the side of the head light you are working on.They are held down on the outside edge with velcro. The light that needs replace looking down from the top, unclip the wire connection to the bulb. Their are two small metric bolts behind the light bracket that go straight down,( 8mm?) and one at the top of the light bracket facing toward the front of the car. Remove them and remove the bracket. The lite has a non-replaceable bulb, You have to buy the lite complete. Usually at an after market auto store around $25..
Need to know first if you have sealed beam headlights (those will have the single bulb with the dual filaments) or composite headlights (those will have two bulbs) in order to answer this question.
You can buy just the plastic housing, but not just the clear plastic. The housing is sealed for waterproofing.
Need to specify which headlights you have... you either have the dual composite headlights, or you have the sealed beam headlight. In the case of the former, you rotate the harness 1/4 turn counterclockwise and it pulls out. You just replace the bulb. In the case of a sealed beam headlight, you have to replace the entire assembly.
A sealed beam headlight is just that. The unit is sealed and you replace the entire light. A composite is made of pieces that's why the name. To replace a composite you put a new blub in the back.
No, they are sealed.
I recently swapped the other way, from Silverado to Cheyenne grill when repairing collision damage on a Silverado. I did not care for the plastic/ composite headlights, and the donorparts were from a Cheyenne. All of the bolt holes were there on both trucks to goeither way. After removing the grille, remove the spring/ buckets/ adjusters from the Cheyenne, install the silverado composite headlights (you will need four metric bolts to match the existing headlight bracket retaining nuts in the radiator support of your truck. You will have todo a little rewiring since the connectors are different for the sealed beams and the composite lights. I have seen companies on the net that sell a complete Silverado change over kit. FYI:Be prepared to battle with the composite headlights yellowing and getting dim at night if the truck will be parked outdoors. Areyou interested in selling your Silverado parts? I have a used Silverado grill and headlights I would be willing to trade.
If you have composite headlights, you can remove the bulb, remove the headlight assembly, use some headlight lens cleaner, rinse it out, and let it dry. If you have sealed beam headlights, you can only change out the assembly or clean the lenses only on the outside.
sealed system or not
Need to know the model. As is, you could be talking about a passenger car, or a tractor-trailer power unit. Generally, you just depress the tab in the bulb ballast on the backside of the headlamp assembly, twist counterclockwise, and it should come right out, allowing you to replace the bulbs. This is, of course, assuming your vehicle has composite headlights, and not sealed beam headlights.
No. The transmission is completely sealed.
several types, you have the vintage acetylene gas type lights, then gasoline lamps, then sealed glass halogen type, then composite housing with replacable bulbs, you also have projectors as well as HID and LED And even headlights that aim into turns..
If I'm not mistaken you should have sealed beam headlights as mine does. If you are getting water into a sealed beam headlight you will have to replace the lamp. The old one is no longer sealed.
The 2001 Pontiac does not have any lubrication points. All of the components on the automobile are sealed and do not need to be lubricated.
I doubt it as the headlights are sealed and most don't come apart.
That depends on the year. 1982 to 1986 used sealed beam headlights, 1987 to 1990 use composite headlights with halogen bulbs. If you have the earlier style: Remove the screws that hold the headlight door in place, then the four screws that hold the sealed beam in. Unplug the connector and reverse procedure to finish installation. Headlight may need to be re-aimed. If you have the later style: Reach behind the headlight and twist the bulb. It should then come out. Unplug the connector. Reverse the procedure to complete the installation.
it is a sealed unit u have to take it to a garage
if u cant find it more then likely its a sealed tranny
The transmission is a sealed unit and has no dipstick. Look in your owner's manual.
You can't it is a sealed transmission. If you have no leaks then all if fine.
The cost of the bulb (or the light fixture, if you're replacing sealed beam headlights) if you do it yourself.
You can't it is a sealed for life unit. Your GM dealer can check it if you have a leak.
They move via an hydraulic mechanism. The knob on the dash pushes hydraulicfluid in the hoses and push out a lever attached to the headlights. Available information says that the system are sealed and can not be repaired, only changed to an new system.
headlights are either sealed beams or bulbs both have 2 elements. one for bright and one for low the low is burned out replace the bulb or sealed beam
The 1997 Chevrolet suburban grills are interchangeable. The composite style grill will need some modification as to mounting the grill.
They are sealed bearings which need to be pressed into hub. There is no fixing them- replace only.