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How do you replace the headlight bulb located on a 1998 Chevy Tahoe?


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2007-06-03 23:36:53
2007-06-03 23:36:53

The bulbs screw in from the rear. If you can't get to it take the light assy off. --------- This update is not for the obnoxious drivers burnt out their high beams by tailing aPrius and flashing their high beams. You guys need to pull the front grill as payback for your actions. First take out a 1/2 inch socket, 5/16 wrench and remove the battery.Hidden by thebattery is a horn which is removed by removing the 1/2 inch screw. Now you have access to both the left and right low beam headlamps. You need access to both because the other headlamp is about ready to burn out. Next, take the largest screw driver in your box and use it to lift the tabs on the headlamp connector. Use a shop light or flashlight to see, but the tabs lift from the top. Gently wiggle the connector downward until it releases. AFTER disconnecting the connector, the bulb assembly should turn counter clockwise a full 40 degrees and stop. After rotating the assembly, pull/wiggle the bulb assemblystraight back from the light assembly. Buy a pair of bulb assemblies and reverse process. --------------- For driving lights (on the bottom), there are 4 screws on the corner of the light which are removed. The light assembly pulls straight out. Disconnect the bulb assembleis and replace.

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