There are screws holding the headlight assy in. Remove them and take the bulbs out and stick a rag into the light and move it around with a screwdriver.
However, even if it looks like the yellow is on the inside of the light but if it's like most Sebrings the haze is on the outside. Try a product called Crystalenz it works and is easy to use. Their website is www.crystalenz.com, also when you use this product you do not have to remove the lenses.
Plastic headlight covers need to be buffed with rubbing compound used to restore paint
To clean the inside headlight lens on a ford ranger just simply remove the cap and clean.
The same way you clean the outside. Tip: Remove the headlight first to get access to the inside. Pretty simple, should only take 2 or 3 beers.
The headlight assembly is sealed, cannot remove the cover. The bulb inserts from the rear, in a socket held in place by a tubular locking device. The bulbs can be a pain to install correctly. Do not touch the bulb with your bare fingers, it will cause it to build up heat and blow out again shortly. Clean the bulb with denatured alcohol and then hold it with gloves or a piece of cloth when you insert it. AJ
you have to take the front bumper off from underneath your car to get to the lights.
The headlight assembly can be changed, but not just the actual clear lens on the front. See "Related Questions" below for how to remove the headlight assembly, and also how to clean them
There are a number of Headlight cleaning kits available, some work, some don't. Google Clean your headlight lens, and call or research the companies to find the best.
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.
There are colored links in three places on the chain. It helps to clean the chain with brake cleaner to find them.There are colored links in three places on the chain. It helps to clean the chain with brake cleaner to find them.
it's a bad headlight, the seal is broken on the lens.
Remove door panel where switch is located. Remove itch. Use fine emery board nd clean points. It worked for me
Cleaning Foggy HeadlightsFog is a description used to describe oxidation that sits on the surface of Plastic headlights. It comes from the UV layer deteriorating because of exposure to the elements. The only way to clean the headlight is to first remove the decomposed plastic then put on a new coat of protectant.There are several ways to do this. The easiest is to have a professional come out and clean your headlight lens. The next is to purchase a kit designed for that purpose. Some kits require the use of a drill or a buffer, some do not. Search "headlight lens cleaner" on the internet for the options available. The most expensive is to replace the headlight lens.
Support the car on jack stand. Clean the area to remove mud and grease. Use 9/16 inches socket wrench the four bolts. RemoveÊthe cotter pin. Remove the ball joint.
You can remove it and flush it out with carburetor cleaner, but 90 percent of the time the failure is in the electronic part and the valve will need replaced.
To remove the bulb- raise hood reach behind headlight housing grasp the bulb holder assembly and rotate counterclockwise and gently pull straight out.There are two bulbs to each headlight assembly. Note.... do not touch the new bulb lense with your fingers.The oil in your skin will cause a hole to burn in the halogen bulb. If you do touch the bulb,clean with alcohol before installing. To remove the headlamp assembly- Raise the hood and remove bumper cover screws and remaining bumper cover screws.Then remove the electrical connection from the back of assembly.Then remove the 4 screws retaining the head lamp assembly and remove the assembly.
If your headlight lens need surface oxidation cleaned from them you do not need to remove them. You can clean them on the car with Pittman's Original One Step Acrylic lens restorer. It takes only a few seconds for each lens and does not require any tools. http://www.ibc34.com/Before-and-After.html
It is not clean able, if bad it needs replaced.
It's called clearview headlight restorer and it's found at Advance Auto Parts
First, open your hood and prop it open using the hood support rod. Stand in front of the vehicle, looking towards the engine. Now look on the top and slightly behind the headlight(s) and you will see (2) 8mm bolt heads that run straight up and down, one on each side of the light housing. Remove both bolts and pull the headlight assembly straight forward to remove it. Now you will see the bulb retaining ring, do not turn this yet. First, unplug the wiring connector from the bulb, then twist the locking ring counterclockwise until free. Remove the old bulb and replace with the new bulb. EXTREMELY IMPORTANT--DO NOT TOUCH THE GLASS ON THE BULB, HANDLE THE NEW BULB WITH A CLEAN RAG/ PAPER TOWEL/ NAPKIN. Any finger prints/ grease on the new bulb will result in a hot spot on the new bulb and it will burn out again.
Th ee headlight lens is not removable separately. The assembly is held in by screws on top, and clips on the rear.
You don't have to remove them to clean them. I detail cars at local dealers and I use a product called CrystaLenz (check out their website www.crystalenz.com ) this cleaner works really well and it's easy to use. remove the two torx bolts on the top, then the whole thing wiggles out. i did mine with 600 grit paper, then 1000, then 2000, then finish with SCRATCH-OUT.
Yes they sell restoration kits for headlights
That is doubtful. The contacts are probably burned/damaged.