On a 1999 Yukon with a two door rear door, you start by opening the left rear door. If you look from the inside of the door towards the tail light lens, you can see two screws set back into the frame. By taking these two screws out, you can remove the lens. The lens has two plastic tabs on the outside edge -- no screws. The screws hold the inside edge of the lens. One special note -- since the screws are set back into the door frame, extreme care must be taken to avoid losing the screw down into the recesses of the door frame. One method that I have found helpful is to stuff a rag or napkin below and around the screw so that if the screw falls it can't go anywhere. Might also have a magnet handy. - Mike
To replace the tailight assembly for a 2002 Ford F-150 you lower the tailgate and locate two hex screws that are inset two access holes by the light assemblys. Remove those two screws being careful not to drop them in the bed frame. The tailight assembly then cane be removed to access the bulbs. The owners manual does have very good instructions on this proceedure. Good luck.
Open the trunk, look for some plastic nuts, remove these and remove your rear lens assembly; remove sockets from assembly.
If you remove the headlight assembly you will have access to the turn signal bulb.
how do you remove the turn signal assembly on a 1989 Pontiac Bonneville
Begin by removing the wiring harness from your 1983 Volvo 240 turn signal lamp. Remove the turn signal lamp assembly retaining bolts. The turn signal lamp assembly will come out. Reverse the process to install the new turn signal lamp assembly.
remove side inner panel and remove the nuts and assembly will come out
Open the hood. Near the front of the turn signal assembly there is a Phillips head screw. Loosen but do not remove the screw; it releases the front of the assembly. You then need to pull forward to release the pin holding the rear of the assembly. Reverse the above to replace the assembly.
look in your owner's manual
Reach behind the bumper of the 99 Cavalier. There are two nuts that hold the turn signal assembly in. Remove the nuts to take the assembly off and replace it.
Open the hood, remove the two tabs that lock the headlight assembly in place, remove the headlight assembly, doing this will give you access to the signal light socket for bulb replacement.
you must completely remove the complete front headlight assembly
To replace the headlight bulb in an S type Jaguar, you will first have to remove the plastic cover across the top of the assembly. After moving the turn signal bulb assembly out of the way, you then remove the second plastic cover from behind the assembly and replace the bulb from there.
Remove the headlight assembly above the faulty signal bulb. This will give you access to the signal bulb socket. To remove the headlight assembly, open the hood, stand in front of the headlight assembly, notice two black tabs sticking up behind the headlight assembly inside the radiator support. Pull up and wiggle the tabs to remove them, this will release the headlight assembly. You can now wiggle the headlight assembly out to gain access to the signal bulb socket for replacement.
Assuming this is a front signal light you are trying to replace, you need to remove the head light assembly first. This will give you room to access the signal light bulb.
rear you use a torx driver to remove taillight assembly screws. them replace bulb.
Open Êthe hood and release the light assembly. Remove the socket at the rear of the lens assembly. Press down the bulb gently, rotate it counterclockwise and remove it.
Replacing the turn signal switch involves replacing the entire turn signal assembly. Remove the screws from the steering column cover to remove the top of the steering column. You can take off the bottom (I was able to work around it). There are only a few screws holding the turn signal assembly. Remove the screws and unfasten the electrical connectors.
Remove headlight assembly to access bulb/socket.
Unplug the whole light assembly from the bottom front of the car it just pops out to replace the turn signal bulb-same on the rear but you have to remove the trunk lining first.
Remove the headlight assembly above the bad bulb to gain access to the burned out bulb. To remove the headlight assembly, open the hood, locate and remove the two tabs that lock and hold the assembly in place, with those tabs removed you can wiggle the headlight assembly out in the open. Now you can reach in and r & r the burned out signal bulb
Remove the two phillips screws located directly under the turn signal assembly (standing in front of the vehicle, look just above the bumper). Slide the assembly forward, out of the vehicle body. Twist the bulb socket a quarter turn counterclockwise then remove the bulb assembly from the housing. Remove the bulb and replace it, then reverse the process.
Open hood, remove headlamp bulb from headlamp assembly, remove (1) 10mm bolt from top of headlamp assembly, next remove (3) 10mm bolts from behind headlamp assembly, pull headlamp forward ( you may have to pry gently from the right side). Remove turn signal bulb-Done!
you have to remove the whole headlamp assembly to get to the turn signal bulb pull the headlight assembly straight out it is fairly easy There are two wing nuts on top of the unit that must be removed.
remove the liner in trunk behind b ulb assembly, then un screw the wing nuts, and taillight assembly will come off to replace the bulbs.
Hi, You have to remove the entire headlight assembly to get to the bulb, which is located in the back of the assembly. There are three wing nuts that hold the assembly in, and those will have to be removed. Then remove the side signal assembly first, then the headlight assembly. I have provided a link that shows exactly how this is done and where these wing nuts are. Good Luck
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