There is a long bolt on top of the headlight/blinker assembly. Remove this bolt and slide the entire headlight/blinker assembly out just enough that you can see the bulb socket. Twist the socket and it will pop right out.
To replace the front turn signal bulb in a 2005 Montana, you have to access it from the engine compartment. Undo the front headlight assembly as per the instructions noted elsewhere. There is one screw (machine Head) on the outboard side of the headlight assembly, and one 'thumb screw' on the inner side to the assembly. I found it difficult to remove the headlight assembly, and I have found you don't have to. (You can break the housing, so don't try taking it right out) Just loosen it enough to get your hand behind the assembly. I would also suggest you remove the plastic fasteners from the top of the front bezel in order to make loosening the headlight assembly easier, and to prevent the possibility of damaging or breaking the front bezel. The plastic fasteners are easily removed with just a pair of pliers. Once the headlight assembly has been moved forward slightly, you can get your hand down the opening, and feel for the turn signal lamp assembly. Twist to remove. There is enough wire in the harness to bring the lamp assembly to 'the surface' where you can replace the bulb easily. Replace bulb and test. After testing, replace headlight, and then plastic fasteners at the top of the front bezel.
Ok simple lift hood up and on the headlight assembly you'll see 3 bolts "10mm socket size" take them out and the headlight assembly will pull out far enough for you to reach the bulb sockets. Change them and do everything in reverse. It had me going at first also! RJ
you will probably have to take the complete headlight assembly out to get enough room to change the bulb.
1. Open the SC300 hood for access to the back of the headlight assemblies. Then trace the wires to the faulty headlight. 2. Unsnap the wiring connector at the back of the headlight assembly by raising the locking tab up and pulling the wiring harness off the back of the headlight. Scoot the wiring to the side. 3. Now, pull the dust cover out of the assembly by pulling it by hand. This will grant you access to the back of the headlight assembly. 4. After that, twist the headlight counterclockwise to free it from the assembly. Pull it straight out. Dispose of it once it is out of the assembly. 5. Next, push in the new headlight. Ensure that the tabs on the headlight match up with the notches on the headlight assembly. Turn the headlight clockwise to lock it in the assembly. Tug the headlight to ensure it is locked in properly. 6. Finally, push the dust cover back onto the back of the headlight assembly. Plug in the headlight wires. The wires will lock in place once it is pushed on far enough.
ou have to remove the headlight assembly by removing the two screws on top and pull out the assembly. The screws will be long. After you remove the headlight assembly there is two sets of wires one for your turn signal and one for your headlight grab a hold of the headlight up close to the assembly and turn it. when you have turned it enough it should be able to come out then you put the new bulb in and reinstall everything.
you need only to remove the top cover just behind the headlamp, lift the two clips that retain the headlamp assembly slide the assembly forward enough to turn the lamp socket and pull it from the housing then unplug the bulb and replace in reverse order being careful not to touch bulb
Open the hood, stand in front of one the headlight assemblies, notice two black tabs sticking up behind the radiator support in back of the headlight assembly, wiggle and pull tabs straight up and out. These two tabs lock the headlight assembly in place. With the two tabs out you can wiggle the complete headlight assembly out far enough to disconnect the wiring and remove the sockets that hold the headlight bulbs. Reverse procedure for install.
You will probably have to take the complete headlight assembly out to change them to get enough room to get to them.
If your car is fuel injected then it is in the gas tank. You have to lower the gas tank down far enough so you can access the fuel pump. You will have to drain most if not all the fuel out first. Remove the fuel pump as an assembly. It is cheaper and easier to replace the whole assembly
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There are three 10 mm bolts that hold the headlight assembly in. Two are visible on the front side of the headlight assembly when the hood is up. The other is below the light assembly where the back of the light assembly meets the fender. It is accessed from the front and will require a socket extension.Once the bolts are removed, gently pull the headlight assembly forward. You will see two long plastic pins on either side of the assembly. Pull the light assembly forward until they are clear of the holes. You should now be able to swing the assembly out far enough to reach the directional bulb socket. Twist the back of the bulb assembly about 45 degrees and then pull the bulb assembly out of the socket. Replace the bad bulb, ensuring that you do not touch the bulb with your bare hands and leave oils behind, which will damage the bulb once it gets hot.Reassemble in reverse order.
open the hood and look at the head light assembly, there are two tabs on each headlight. You need to pull those tabs up, however, if you pull them too high they will not come lose or if you dont pull them high enough they will not come out. Just pull them up a little at a time and try to slide the headlight assembly forward until they are able to be removed.
LS headlights are easy to remove. I have had mine off a number of times to dry them with a blow dryer after condensation formed. Remove the radiator shroud (pop-clips) Remove the screws that hold the headlight assembly to the radiator support (two?) Tilt the assembly forward enough to remove the low and high beam bulbs (twist locks) Lift the headlight assembly away from the car
On retractable headlight models raise the headlightsDisconnect the neagative battery cableRemove the retaining screws taking care not to disturb the adjustment screwsRemove the retainer and pull the headlight out enough to allow the connector to be unplugedRemove the headlightTo install the headlight plug the connector in place the headlight in position and install the retainer screws tighten the screws securleyPlace the headlight bezel in position and install the retaining screws
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To replace either of the smaller bulbs in the Headlight assembly of the 2000 CRV you need to remove the headlight assembly. Each side is the same, except, of course, mirroring the other side. Tools required: #2 phillips screwdriver and a 10mm socket wrench. 1. Open the hood and remove the 2 nuts holding the top of the headlight assembly. 2. Follow along the front rim of the engine compartment where the two nuts were toward the center of the car and remove the next 4 screws which hold the top of the grill in place. There is ONE MORE SCREW. Look down in the hole where the hood latch goes and loosen but don't remove the last grill screw. The grill should slide forward and come off. You'll find a nut holding the inside of the headlight assembly. Loosen but don't remove. 3. Follow the bottom edge of the rubber front bumper to the point where the bumper connects to the wheel well. There is a screw screwing up into the fender holding the end of the bumper up in place. Remove the screw and the end of the bumper will flex down exposing the head of a nut just under the front edge of the fender. This is the 4th and last screw holding the headlight assembly. Remove it. 4. The headlight assembly should lay forward enough to twist and remove each of the lights in the assembly. Please reverse the process for reassembly.
With the hood open, you will see a long flat flexible plastic cover running across the front, above the headlights. It is riveted in with plastic rivets. Hold the outer part of the rivet, and pull up the center part. Then remove the whole rivet. Remove the plastic cover. (When you put it back on, insert the outer part in the hole, then press the center part down into each rivet.) You will see a sidelamp and headlight assembly. Look down between the sidelamp and headlight, there should be a black plastic clip or latch that holds the side lamp to the headlight. (The clip is down a hole, in the bracket holding the headlight to the body). You will probably need a long screw drive to get down in the hole to release the clip. And maybe a flash light to see down the hole. Put just enough pressure to release the latch, it is plastic, and if you press to hard it could break. Once released the side lamp will pop forward a bit. The sidelamp section can be pulled forward. a bit. However, there is a long plastic part on the Sidelamp Section that slides into a metal hole in the Fender. It will break if you try to pry the sidelamp section out sideways. Next you will see two top-mounted bolts holding the Headlight Assembly in place which can easily be accessed and removed. Removing the bolts will loosen the entire headlight assembly. Some instruction say you can remove the headlight and side assembly as a unit. Do not do this! If you try to remove the headlight assembly without detaching the sidelamp you could break either of the lights or the connection assembly. The Bulb Assembly twists out of the back of the Headlight Assembly, and the bulb can then be replaced. Be careful not to touch the bulb with your hands or with any grease. Many of the parts are plastic and can break, so do this carefully and patiently. It sounds a little complicated, but once you learn how, the whole job only takes about 20 minutes. Note that some people suggest changing the bulb, without removing the whole headlight assembly. Don't turn the torx screws with the star shape because they adjust the light beams.
Open the hood. The first thing to remove is the thin, black, plastic shield that runs from one headlight to the other. There are small, round, black, plastic fasteners holding this piece down. Use the blade of a scredriver to pull up the centermost portion of the fastener. Be careful not to break this tab off. Once you raise it up enough, you can grasp it and pull them out. Next remove the two bolts that anchor the headlight assembly. Pull the assembly to the front of the car. Look down and identify the turn signal retainer and bulb assembly. Grasp assembly and slightly twist clockwise and pull the bulb assembly out. Pull out the old bulb abd snap a new bulb into place. Reinstall the bulb assembly by following the directions in reverse.
Remove the left front wheel/tire. Remove enough of the plastic clips holding the front part of the wheel well liner so that you can pull it back far enough to access the rear of the headlight assembly. Once you do that you will be able to remove the bulb. Or you can just remove the entire liner, your choice. This is the only way to easily access the low beam headlight.
Open the hood, above the head light you want to change, remove the the retaining pins. They simple turn to release and pull up and out. Pull the headlight assembly out far enough to get to the back side. Twist the lamp socket to remove ( there may be a locker tab that needs to be pushed to release ). Remove the old bulb and replace with new one. DO NOT TOUCH THE NEW BULB WITH YOUR SKIN -- IT WILL FAIL. Test the new bulb, put assembly back in, fasten with rods, close the hood.
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Remove the appropriate Headlight Housing Assembly. This should give you enough space to slide your hand down, rotate the faulty bulb counterclockwise and pull it off. Replace bulb (#893, check to make sure). Test for proper operation. Reinstall in reverse order.
Simply lift up on the white toggle (hard) which unlock the whole headlight unit. The headlight unit will then pull out allowing easy access to the light bulbs. Detailed instructions are in the owners manual. Lift on the white toggle WHILE PRESSING INWARD ON THE HEADLAMP ASSEMBLY. Lift the toggle a small amount (not all the way)...just enough to align the horizontal tabs with the top of the headlamp assembly. Pull out and place the headlamp assembly on the car (wire is still connected so it cannot be removed completely). Rotate the bulb 1/4 to remove. The entire bulb is the glass plus part of the plastic which unplugs from the wire it is attached to by slightly lifting the two tabs holding it on.
Not too hard. Pop the hood and look behind the headlight assembly. You should see a rubber cap of sorts. Pull it off. Reach into the hole you just uncovered and feel around until you feel a plastic ring holding the bulb in place. unscrew it. That should free the bulb so that you can pull it out. gently pry up on the latch holding the bulb in its holder. replace build and reverse steps. should take 5-15 minutes per bulb. To replace the headlight on my mk3 focus I had to remove the whole headlamp assembly. However this is easily done with one screw on the top of the unit. Once removed the whole head lamp comes off with a bit of pulling. There are plastic clips on the bottom of the lamp. Once out the bulb cover is removed with four clips to reveal the bulbs. This is an easy job to do yourself as long as you have a screwdriver large enough for the screw.