on all dodge trucks the way you change the bulbs is simply unscerew the tail light assembly and remove it from the rear of the vehicle and you will see your lightbulb fittings right on the back of the light assembly
Unscrew the grey pannel off of the talilight assembly to gain access to the light bulbs, then the bulbs remove from the pannel by simply pulling them out.
look in the users manual for the instructions on replacing bulbs. it's the same because you have to remove the assembly to replace the bulbs there are 2 jack screws , on the top of the assembly, one on each side. remove them and pull the assembly out towards the front of the car. remove the lights put the lights in the new assembly. put the new assembly back in and replace the jack screws. you will need to adjust the lights.
you have to remove the headlight assembly 3little bolts
i have a 2002 dodge truck and this is how it is done; 1) lower the tailgate 2) There are 2 "torx" screws holding the housing on, remove them 3) The wire that leads to the bulb mount must be removed, there is a red lock on it, slide the lock to the left (from the top) and then remove the taillight assembly. 4) there are 4 Phillips head screws holding the light bulb mount, remove them and pull the mount from the lens assembly 5) replace bulbs 6) installation is the reverse of the dis-assembly. Have fun !!!
Take another look at the assembly. You do not need to release the springs in order to replace the bulbs.
Directions straight from the owner's manual. 1. Open the hood and remove the headlight assembly mounting screws. 2. Pull the headlight assembly forward to access the bulbs. 3. Turn the bulb assembly retaining ring counterclockwise and pull the bulb and socket assembly from the housing. 4. Remove the bulb from the socket and replace the bulb. 5. Reinsert the bulb and socket assembly and turn the retaining ring clockwise to secure the bulb. 6. Reinstall the headlight assembly.
Remove the tray that holds the wiper motor assembly. This will give you the room needed to remove the alternator.
You have to remove the whole lense assembly. There are 3 nuts on the back, and 1 bolt on the top.
Remove the complete windshield wiper assembly tray, then you can access the alternator for r&r.
You have to unbolt the entire soft bumper and remove. The dealer did this on my car to replace the headlight assembly.
Lower tailgate and remove two screws. Pull assembly to the rear and it will release.
Under the passenger side headlight assembly, you have to remove the entire assembly to get to it.
From outside,take a screws out to get light assembly loose and remove light socket from back of assembly and channge your light bulb,then put it back.
The individual bulbs are held in by a "twist lock" device. Locate the wires leading to the burned out buld, then you should be able to see the device. Disengage the wiring harness from the bulb, then rotate the locking device counter-clockwise and the bulb will come right out. Make sure you do not touch the replacement bulb with your fingers as the oil can shorten the life of new bulbs. If you need to replace the entire assembly, remove wiring all harnesses as described earlier, then loosen the two bolts on the upperside of the assembly. Assembly pops right off. At this point is is fairly easy to switch bulbs or install new bulbs.
Lower the tailgate. Remove the two screws on the inside to the side of the lamp assembly with an torx wrench. The tail lamp assembly will pop out. Remove the four screws on the backside of the tail lamp with a Phillips head screwdriver. You now have access to the bulbs.
Remove wheelsRemove caliper mounting boltsSlide caliper off rotorRotor should peel off hub assembly
To replace the turn signal switch of a 1996 Dodge Caravan, open the engine's hood to access the front turn signal bulbs. Then take the headlight assembly a little off the front to give room to get the bulbs. Remove the old turn signal switch and slip the new one in place.
it is behind the passenger side headlight assembly. you will have to remove the headlight assembly to replace it.
On my 2005 Dodge Ram Daytona. I had to open the tail gate, remove the two screws on the jam next to the light assembly. After removing the assembly, there is a light bar held by six screws. After removal of these, you can select the bulb you wish to change and then reassemble to install light assembly.
Remove the rocker assembly and pressure test the cylinders.Remove the rocker assembly and pressure test the cylinders.
There are 2 large 7/16ths screws (both colored black), both on the top of the headlight assembly. Remove both of them, then pull the assembly out towards the front of the car. You might have to pull out on the bottom of the assembly first to remove it. Once the assembly is removed, look at the back of it...The Low beam bulb is the one closest to the yellow signal bulb. The other one, furthest away from the signal bulb is the high beam. Remove the wire clip from the bulb you want to change (you might have to use a small screwdriver to release the plastic catch). Once the wiring is removed, turn the light socket counterclockwise (looking at the back of the assembly) to remove the bulb from the assembly. Just reverse the procedure to put the new bulb into the assembly. When done, put the assembly back in place and replace the two long screws.
The engine and transmission are removed out the bottom as an 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.
if in grille 2 Phillips screws in lense - remove then twist bulb out- if in trunk pull bulb sockets from housing and twist bulbs