first of all you need to take of screws on the coner of the bumper and the inside then under the bumper once you have done that there are 4 screws that hold the headlight on the bottom of the light on the passanger side it is easy to take off but on the driver side you need to go under the car between the radiator then you must unplug the headlight and it comes out i just did for my 95 it should be the same for 97.
Begin by removing the wiring harness from the back of your headlight. Remove the headlight assembly retaining bolts. The headlight assembly will come out.
In order to remove the whole assembly, you have to remove the front bumper cover which will expose a bolt on the bottom of the assembly which has to be removed...along with the bolt on top of the radiator support beam on each headlight!
the sucker is welded on, you gotta remove the bumper and tail lights, and start drilling away at the welds
Remove the front bumper cover.... there should be 3 mounting bolts to remove the headlight after the bumper is removed.
You must remove the front bumper to access the headlight.
You'll have to remove 4 bolts on each headlight, 2 are located on the rear part of the housing close to the fender - one on top of the headlight and the fourth is on the bottom you'll need to push in the socket between the headlight and the front bumper....
Horns generally can not be repaired but replaced. On a 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse the horn is located inside the front bumper. To replace it disconnect the mounting bolts and remove it. Replace with a new horn.
First, you'll need to remove the front bumper. To do this, take off the bolts underneath the front part of the bumper. Remove the bumper turn signals to access the two bolts per side that hold the bumper on the car. Support the bumper by putting something underneath it. Then get a stubby Phillips screwdriver and remove the two screws per side at the end of the bumper (in the wheel well). Bumper should come off. Remove the headlight assembly by diconnecting the headlight sockets, remove the 10mm bolts above each headlight assembly. Remove the 10mm bolts below the headlight assembly. Done.
remove center consul, there it is
You First must remove the bumper that should have only nine clips, then remove the right headlight to get to the reservoir. this seems like a lot and it is, but the reservoir is under the headlight assembly and the only way to remove the headlight is to remove the bumper.
Need to remove bumper
you have to remove the screws from the top of your bumper and remove the screws from the front of the wheel well bumper should slide forward then remove two bolts on top of headlight then remove bolt under headlight then housing should come right out
You have to unbolt the entire soft bumper and remove. The dealer did this on my car to replace the headlight assembly.
if it is the side the battery is on remove it and you will see the light twist and pull it out of its hole replace it then put it back together
how to remove front bumper on Toyota avensis 2003
passenger side headlight; remove air cleaner[the entire unit housing up to the throttle body] remove all 6 fasteners that hold the headlight in place, the headlight should then wiggle just a bit. to remove the headlight housing you may need to remove the front bumper, try manipulating the fixture to come out without removing bumper. good luck.
Take off the bumper cover and it is right there
To remove the instrument panel from the 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse, carefully pull back the pod. Take care not to lose any of the clips.
You have to remove the bumper in order to access the whole headlight assembly...sucks XD
you need to remove the bumper to access the 2 10mm bolts of the headlight
You need to remove the bumper cover in order to get at the lower bolt for the headlight assy.
you have to take the bumper off to get to all the bolts
No, you do not need to remove the bumper. here is a video on how to change your headlight really easy. http://youtube.com/watch?v=ieXVCTWQHSY I did it just to see how easy it was and it was pretty easy.