Its not easy, if you don't know exactly how.
For the driver's side, you remove the air filter's cover then detach the air inlet, then you will be able to get at the drivers' side bulb.
But here is the hard part, you have to unscrew that black ring (to the left), not easy because there is not much space. I couldn't do it, so I took the whole light out, it wasnt easy neither, you have to take out few screws from bumber and then bend it. Once you take out the whole light, then its real easy to replace bulb.
Very easy and simple 8mm socket should do the job. Just unscrew two bolts on the top of the headlight and pull them out. One will be a long one maybe 6 in and another maybe 4 in. Then the headlight should come right out. When putting the bolst back in, look and make sure they go throught all the holes in the headlight and radiator support.
Be careful with the bolts, they rust easily and break off. Probably designed for Nevada not Nova Scotia.
If you are careful and nimble fingered, you can replace both bulbs wihtout removing the headlight assembly or the grill from the car. Requires only a screw driver (air filter cover) and should be accomplished within 30 minutes (exceptions for stuck screws on that cover).
Also note, if you are doing this *before* the both the high and low beams have burned out, you can use the remaining beams (low or high) to make marks on a wall/garage door to compare with the replacement bulbs to see if they have seated in the same spot, meaning you won't need to make any further adjustments! Just find a spot where you can park, mark your lights, and then replace the bulbs without moving the car again until the new bulbs are in.
The passenger side's bulb is easily reached without removing bolts or the headlight assembly. Just remove the wire connector and rotate the bulb holder to remove the bulb and replace.
For the driver's side, you remove the air filter's cover (screws), then detach the fresh air inlet (its the tube that allows air into the filter housing from behind and below the drivers's side headlight, not bolted or screwed)... then you will be able to get at the drivers' side bulb.
The driver's side is crampped, but it can be done **without** removing the headlight assembly, and without removing the grill as the chilton's and haynes manuals would have you do.
The benefit, is that if your headlights were aimed properly before, they should be true when you replace the bulbs; and even if not, it should be a minor adjustment. Removing the grill and headlight assembly causes much more variance when putting them back.
Remember to compare your lights marks on the wall, and don't move your car while doing this procecure so you'll have before and after marks to compare.
go to back of headlight assembly and twist it out.
read the manual
You Can't. Its all one assembly. I thought this could be done, but a dodge mechanic told me otherwise
Under the headlight on the drivers side (you must remove the headlight first).
you can go to your local autoparts store and they can help you replace the light
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filter located on top of fuel tank
if you hacksaw the rest of the bolt underneith off , you can take the headlight out and change your bulbs . and to fix the bolts go to dealer get 2 new bolts , then heat old ones up to remove and put new bolts in