It's always helpful to know what specific car a question is about.
You probably don't really mean "lens" and instead are referring to the lamp assembly. The lamp assimply includes the lens, the light box, some reflectors and connectors, and so on.
There might be a fasterner that you're missing. Removing it may let the assembly free.
You might find that the light is actually free, but held into the body by a gasket.
Or, that the assembly is being pinched into the body by surrounding parts that have shifted or moved. Caked-on wax and dirt might be keeping the assembly in place, too.
The best bet is to get a body manual for your car, or consult a friend who has more experience with the car in question.
If you can share some specific information about the year and model of car in question, it'll be easier to answer your question.
Removing the back seat in the Kia Rio is simple. Remove the screws or bolts from the lower cushion and remove cushion. Then remove the now visible screws and remove the remaining parts.
By simply removing the screws first.
Remove the screws under the door handle on the door panel, and take off the trim plate. Then remove the door lock knob by untwisting it. Pull the door panel with a putty knife or door panel puller, removing any screws and disconnecting the wiring. Take speaker out by removing screws that should now be visible.
Begin by removing the inside door panel. Remove the wiring harness from the electric window regulator. Remove the window regulator retaining screws.
there are phillip screws on the cowling, after removing the screws, remove wipers and remove winshield washer hoses on the bottom of the cowling.
When removing the cover from a computer, you should take care to remove only the screws that hold the cover on. Otherwise, you may remove more than what you intend. For instance, unless you want to remove the power supply unit, there is no reason to remove its screws.
The main relay can be removed by removing the three main wires. The relay is secure with four retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws.
You can remove the sun visor on your Toyota Rav4 by removing the screws on the swivel arm. When they screws are remove the visor should come off.
By removing some screws and/or bolts.
depending on what year you have the screws are in different places for the dash but after you remove the screws just gently pull it off, the pins will release and the screws holding the stereo in place will be visible.
Remove the Toyota Camry headliner. The overhead console retaining screws will be visible. Remove the retaining screws and the console will come off.
Remove any visible screws then pry it off. It is attached by a number of plastic connectors. You will need to replace those.
I have to replace the drivers side door handle on a 2006 Buick Lucerne. How do I remove the panel to access the bolts on the handle. (Like most panels there isn't visible screws to remove the panel.
You can remove the headlight by removing the retaining screws. Remove the headlight wiring. The headlight should easily come out.
The fuse box is bolted to a bracket which is located behind the glove box. You can access this by removing two screws on a flap in the glove box and pulling this down. all your fuses will be visible. make sure the battery is disconnected before you remove the box. it has a lot of exposed wires on the rear of the box and can short out. after you remove the bolt holding the box in, it will come out to the drivers side and down.
You have to remove the instrument cluster to get to the bulb. start by removing the left speaker grill, lower left trim panel (5 screws), remove the steering column trim cover (6 screws), remove the cluster and trim bezels (9 screws), Remove the cluster by pulling it out ( 4 screws).
remove the passenger pad first, when removed it uncovers screws on the rear of the drivers seat. Remove these and it comes off.
You have to remove the chrome bezel and possibly the grill depending on the model.
It is not difficult. First you have to remove the 12vot cigarette lighter plastic and then remove the radio. 4 screws for the radio. Then you have to remove the panel that goes from the radio up to the instrument cluster. This panel has 4 screws. 2 of them are on top of the instrument cluster (visible) and the other two should be visible after removal of radio.
Instructions1 Open the Camaro's hood. Make sure the engine is off and remove the black terminal from the battery with a wrench.2 Remove the two screws under the steering wheel with a Phillips screwdriver.3 Remove the two screws on the far left of the steering wheel on the side of the dashboard. Remove the two screws on the far right of the dashboard, to the right of the glove compartment.4 Open the glove compartment and remove the two screws at the back of the compartment. Pull the glove compartment off the dashboard.5 Remove the four screws from the corners of the center dash panel. Remove the screws along the edge of the dashboard, close to the windshield. Once all of the screws are removed, pull up on the dashboard to remove it from the Camaro.Tips & WarningsIf you are having a difficult time removing the dashboard from the Camaro after removing the screws, use a flat-head screwdriver to assist you in prying it off the Camaro.Be careful not to break the dashboard when pulling it off.
Removing the door panels from a 2001 Nissan Frontier is very simple. The door panel is held in place by a few screws only. Remove the screws and pull on the panel gently to remove it.
first, you have to remove the wood trim on the bottom. this easily snaps out of place with plastic clips. after removing these, you have to remove 3? screws from underneath that. then, remove the air vents by pushing them all the way in to one side and pulling out and then remove the 4 screws under each one of thoes. then, remove the larger dash peice. it unclips. you may have to put the car in the lowest gear to remove this pannel.
Not sure this is the approved manner but this is how I perform the change. First remove the glove compartment. This involves removing 4 screws from inside the glove compartment. Next remove the lower trim piece ( below the glove compartment), this involves removing the fuse cover and then removing 2 screws. This trim piece should then pull out with a little light pulling. Once this is out remove 3 screws holding the glove compartment in place. Remove the glove compartment. There is a metal trim piece that held the glove compartment in that you remove with a couple of screws. Then remove the filter cover (it snaps right off). Remove and replace the filters. Reverse the procedure to finish.
Disconnect the battery. Remove the glove box to instrument panel screws. Disconnect the power and ground wires from the blower.. Remove the recirculating door actuator, the seven screws and then remove the complete recirculating housing.. Remove the three blower motor attaching screws.. Remove the blower motor...
screw driver is used to remove screws and can also used to make holes